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Seattle is known for its thriving music scene and chilly winters, but there is more to this diverse city than meets the eye and it’s becoming a popular holiday destination for all kinds of visitors. This North American city has a spectacular skyline and its Space Needle is perhaps one of the most iconic tourist attractions in the US, giving incredible panoramic views over the entire city. The Space Needle isn’t the only place to catch a view though and the gigantic Washington State Convention Center plus the pretty Kerry Park both offer impressive vistas over Seattle and even the Olympic Mountains on a clear day.

Seattle is well-known for its music scene with famous rock gods like Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain calling the place home. The 90s grunge scene was started here and you’ll find plenty of reminders throughout the pumping bars and clubs. If you enjoy art, there’s an abundance of great museums in the city including the highly regarded Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum as well as the huge and eclectic Seattle Art Museum.

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No trip to Seattle would be complete without taking to the chilly seas for a boat tour and you can embark on a ferry from one of the many piers along Seattle’s windy coast. Hop on a boat across to the rural Bainbridge Island where outdoors types will be thrilled at the wilderness hikes. If shopping is more your bag, don’t miss the historic Pike Place Market where thousands of shoppers and tourists descend to see fishermen juggle their catch and local farmers sell their organic produce. Also stop by the Starbucks there – it’s the first one in the world and a great place to unwind with a warming coffee and a selfie.

When you’re feeling a bit peckish try one of Seattle’s famous hot dogs – they come topped with cream cheese for an indulgent twist on an American classic. If you’re feeling fancy, book yourself a table at a seafood restaurant and opt for the salmon – Seattle is well known for this succulent freshly caught fish. Whether you’re into art or the outdoors, music, food or just taking in the sights, Seattle is a fantastic choice for a holiday somewhere a little different.

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Top five things to do in Seattle

10 facts about Seattle


The Washington State Convention Center is a huge 343,722 square-feet and gives fantastic views of Seattle from the top.


Seattle has been inhabited for over 4,000 years but only became a city in the last couple of hundred years.


The Boeing Company of airplane fame was founded in Seattle. You can visit The Museum of Flight to find out the history of these incredible planes.


Starbucks, the world’s biggest coffee chain, was invented in Seattle in 1971. You can visit the very first Starbucks store at Pike Place Market.


The Space Needle was built in 1962 for the Seattle World Fair and was, at the time, the tallest building in western America.


The world’s longest floating bridge is in Seattle and connects the city with Medina across Lake Washington.


One of Seattle’s richest celebrities is Bill Gates, who invented Microsoft there. He is apparently worth a huge $72 billion!


Seattle was rebuilt in 1889 after a huge fire destroyed the old city. It currently sits on top of the remains of old Seattle.


Pike Place Market is America’s longest running farmer’s market and is a top tourist spot for its incredible array of produce and freshly caught fish.


Seattle’s Harbor Island is the biggest man-made island in the whole of the U.S. You can take the ferry across to visit it.