8 Top Things to Do in Seattle, USA

Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington. It is not to be confused with Washington District of Columbia or Washington DC at the other end of the country, which is the capital of the United States. The metropolitan area of the city comprises the Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue complex. The city is located between Lake Washington and the bay known as Puget Sound, next to the Pacific Ocean.

Go to Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium and Northwest Trek. Seattle is also known as Gateway to Alaska, Rain City and Jet City, due to the influence of Boeing. This city is also famous as the birthplace of grunge music, which is called the sound of Seattle, and bands that promoted that movement in the early 90s as Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Alice in Chains. Seattle is the hometown of the famous rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix.

Among things to do in Seattle, it is a city with sculptures on the street, many flowers, bars and restaurants with outdoor terraces, well organized, New York taxis and several limousines circulating. As the birth city of Starbucks, see many cafes from this chain.

Here are a few exciting places to visit in Seattle.

1. Space Needle

The symbol and tourist attraction in the city is the Space Needle, a telecommunications tower inspired by the Fernsehturm Stuttgart Tower in Germany. Space Needle has quickly become a city that is recognized all over the world. It will give you some of the amazing views such as the Cascade mountains, Mount Rainier and Elliott Bay.

2. Pacific Science Center

The family-friendly museum can let you explore what it has to offer. You can explore galaxies; get up close with colourful creatures in the tropical butterfly house and much more.

3. Seattle Center

Pacific Northwest Ballet performs a variety of modern and classical shows in Seattle. The shows are performed under the creative direction of renowned dancer Peter Boal.

4. Museum of Flight

The leading museum of flight is a home to various airplanes, educational exhibits and flight-related objects. It has got the largest aircraft collection including a Concorde.

5. Olympic Sculpture park

The Olympic Sculpture Park, positioned at the edge of Elliott Bayand is free and open to the public year-round. The greatest collection of the museum includes artwork from around the globe and across millennia, as well as an extensive gallery.

6. Pike Place Market

In Seattle, the landscapes will captivate your attention. But before heading to downtown, see the headquarters of the Microsoft in Redmond, about 20 kilometers from downtown Seattle. Walk around the downtown Seattle, visiting the fantastic Pike Place Market.

7. Pioneer Square

Walk through various places in the city, including Pioneer Square and the square that pays tribute to the American Indian Chief Seattle.

8. Volunteer park

Volunteer Park features a century-old conservatory with tropical plants and trees. Visitors can also find simple attractions within the park like walking trails, sports facilities, a children's play area, and picnic grounds.

What you need to consider is transportation, activities, meals, and accommodation. Once you are relieved of how you will make yourself comfortable on these aspects, then you are ready for Instagram-worthy holiday time.
Kalyan Panja