SEA FUNSeattle FUN

In addition to checking out SEA blue, consider the list on this page--ideas for fun in Seattle --with links to the Web sites of the places and events where available.

Do you know other ways to have fun in Seattle? Please let me know, and send the URL.

Unique Shopping · Pike Place Fish Market: Check out the latest catch of the day online, and then go down to Pike Place Market and catch some.
· Elliot Bay Book Company: A legendary independent bookseller of new and used books.
· REI: 222 Yale Ave, North. Waterfall, climbing wall, fireplace, and lounge round out this enormous retail wonderland.
· Uwajimaya: This Asian grocery and market in the International District at 519 6th Avenue South offers products from Japan, Korea, China, Philippines, Indonesia.
· Ye Olde Curiosity Shop: Encounter the weird and tacky at this 100+ year old shop. You'll find shrunken heads, 3-tailed pigs, and other stuff. The Seattle Times remarks about this shop: "Generations of visitors and natives alike recall the shop as one of the defining Seattle tourist experiences."
· Pacific Place: An upscale shopping complex and some trendy restaurants.
· Westlake Center: This downtown shopping mall is at the southern terminus of the monorail from the Space Needle.
· Made in Washington: This store gives you a chance to find locally-made art, food, smoked salmon, and other finer native gifts. Locations in Westlake center, elsewhere, and online.
· SEA Books: order online and save.
Unique Restaurants · Agua Verde: A paddle club (rent kayaks) and cafe. Mexican food and waterfront dining overlooking Portage Bay.
· Ivar's: A famous seafood seller since 1938, with full service and quick service restaurants.
· Ray's: Famous seafood venue including a boathouse, cafe, and catering.
· Salty's: Rated by the Seattle Times as "outstanding."
· Kell's Irish Restaurant and Pub: in Post Alley above the historic Pike Place Market.
· Mad Pizza: Pizza with an attitude.
· Starbucks Coffee: You can visit the original store at 1912 Pike Place Market Street or the numerous outlets throughout the world.
· Seattle's Best: Over three decades of famous coffee from Seattle to the world.
· Taco del Mar: Cheap eats in these Mexican-themed restaurants.
· Jazz Alley: A restaurant and nightclub featuring live jazz.
· The Crocodile Cafe: Offers a mix of music--rock, folk, blues--national and local acts.
· El Gaucho's Pampas Room: A cool nighclub offering live jazz.
Unique Attractions · See Seattle Walking Tours and Events: see the Emerald City as natives see it on walking tours and mystery/scavenger hunts.
· Underground Tour: See Seattle's underground where the streets of Pioneer Square were elevated.
· Argosy Cruises: See Seattle's waterways--harbors, locks, and the shore--on these cruise ships.
· Kenmore Air: Fly in a seaplane to get an aerial perspective.
· Victoria Cruises: Ride across Puget Sound over to Canada's Victoria Island on these ships.
· Boeing Plant Tour: See America's largest aircraft factory in Everett, Washington.
· Northwest Trek Wildlife Park: Explore six hundred acres of forests, meadows and wetlands for you to see by tram, located 80 km from Seattle.
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