Seattle’s most recognizable attractions are the famed Space Needle, or downtown’s popular Pike Place Market, but there are a variety of cultural opportunities in Seattle. See below for more links to popular Seattle Attractions.

Photo of Benaroya Hall, home of the Seattle Symphony; photo courtesy of Sealttle Tourism

If you are a lover of classical music, be sure to visit the Seattle Symphony at Benaryoya Hall, or you may enjoy the lush choreography of the Pacific Northwest Ballet. Theatrical productions are quite popular as well. With over one hundred and forty theater companies, there are an abundant amount of choices in this city to satiate your theatrical cravings. Take in some art at local museums, and galleries, or just stroll or hike by the Elliott Bay.

Seattle Symphony, 200 University St, Seattle WA 98111; (206) 215-4700; http://www.seattlesymphony.org; Pacific Northwest Ballet, McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98109; https://www.pnb.org/;

Another attraction located downtown is Pike Place MarketCLICK HERE to find out more. This article also features the Space Needle also mentioned above.

Pike Place Market

Of course if you are reading ETG, you probably like all kinds of art, so head to Chihuly Garden and Glass which showcases the art of the legendary Dale Chihuly. It is steps away from the Museum of Popular MoPOP. Info on this museum is also featured in the same article. CLICK HERE to read –  or visit the Destinations – Arts & Entertainment Page; Visual Arts drop-down. 

CLICK HERE to read ETG co-founder Richard Bilow’s article about his experience at the Chihuly Garden and Glass. This can be found on the Stories Section

Chihuly Garden and Glass Seattle

Photo by Richard Bilow; courtesy of ETG

Additionally, Chihuly Garden and Glass is right next to the Space Needle. I doubt there is anyway you could miss that, but just in case…LOOK UP!!!

For more info about Seattle, see – https://www.visitseattle.org


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