, 2022-12-25 18:00:00,
We’ve curated a list of 10 of the most beautiful places in Seattle waiting for your bucket list.
Kubota Gardens, Seattle, Washington
In the Emerald City you’re spoiled for choice with natural sights and gorgeous gardens. We’ve curated a list of 10 of the most beautiful places in Seattle waiting for your bucket list. Many have free entry and are perfect for picnics or a break from the hustle and bustle.
10/10 Puget Sound
If you’ve just a day in Seattle, a visit to Puget Sound is a must. The second-largest estuary in the USA, Puget Sound is part of the Salish Sea and has an abundance of beauty and wildlife. Take a ferry to one of the nearer islands or a sightseeing cruise for gorgeous views of the city and the Olympic Mountains. In summer, you may spot orcas, gray whales, bald eagles, loons, sea otters, and sea lions!
9/10 Snoqualmie And Crystal Mountain Ski Slopes And Resorts
In the winter, get in a day of skiing at Snoqualmie (30 minutes on the I-90) or Crystal Mountain (105 minutes to Pierce County). Crystal Mountain offers snow-shoe trails, and Snoqualmie offers the Salish Lodge for a spa experience. Shuttles leave Seattle daily during ski season.
In the summer, visit Snoqualmie Falls and go for an unforgettable hike. Crystal Mountain offers disc golf on the summit or at the base for unbeatable views during your game. Take bus services from Seattle or rent a car for a longer stay.
8/10 Alki Point Lighthouse And Beach
Head over to West Seattle for a three-mile beach and a quaint little lighthouse. The automated lighthouse is free to visit on summer afternoons. When you’re done beachcombing, treat yourself in town for a long lunch or late snack at one of the cafés with views of the city and sound.
Alki Point Lighthouse:
3201 Alki Avenue SW, Seattle, WA 98116
Summer only from 1 p.m to 3:45 p.m
7/10 Olympic Sculpture Park And Elliott Bay Trail
About two blocks down from Pike Place toward the waterfront, you’ll find the Elliott Bay Trail—a paved trail for walkers and cyclists that hugs Puget Sound from Safeco Field to Smith Cove Park in Magnolia, a northern neighborhood. The trail winds through the Olympic Sculpture Park, a branch of the Seattle Art Museum. Be amazed by intricate sculptures set against the…
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