Ride the Ducks of Seattle
These hugely popular tours in amphibious vehicles are party on land and partly in the water. From their start point near the Space...
EMP (an acronym of the museum's original name 'Experience Music Project') is an inspired marriage between super-modern architecture and...
This streamlined, modern-before-its-time tower built for the 1962 World’s Fair has been the city’s defining symbol for over 50 years....
Five Point Café
There are Belltown relics and then there's the Five Point whose seedy neon sign and cantankerous advertising blurb ('cheating tourists...
Tilikum Place Cafe
Sometimes old Belltown and new Belltown sit bumper to bumper, and the juxtaposition is never more marked than on Cedar St, where the...
206 5th Ave N · interesting places nearby
A great, grubby punk venue near Seattle Center, the Funhouse is a very Seattle-ish tattoos-and-black-T-shirts watering hole where you go to drink cheap beer, check out bands like the Trashies and maybe hook up with a Rat City roller derby girl. Try not to slip on beer and fall down, or you’ll stick to the checkered floor.