Downtown Seattle YMCA
Three Piece Sculpture: Vertebrae
These three large pieces of the human anatomy recreated in bronze are the work of British sculptor Henry Moore. They stand guard at the...
Built in 1969 and originally known as 1001 Fourth Avenue Plaza, this was one of the city’s first real skyscrapers. At the time, it was a...
Seattle Central Library
Rivaling the Space Needle and EMP Museum with its architectural ingenuity, Seattle Central Library looks like a giant diamond that's...
This plush venue is open late and has a more extensive (and cheap) food menu than you might expect of a club whose top priority is...
McCormick’s Fish House & Bar
A mainstay of traditional Seattle dining and the flagship of a small Northwest chain, this classy, wood-lined place is a network of...
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Downtown Seattle YMCA information
The Y is notably traveler-friendly and this location has clean, classy, updated equipment including a pool, free weights, cardio equipment and child care.