Seattle Photo Gallery

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    Downtown Seattle Skyline from Top of the Space Needle

    Downtown Seattle Skyline from Top of the Space Needle
    Downtown Seattle Skyline from Top of the Space Needle. © Angela M. Brown (2008)

    Seattle visitors can enjoy many unique and authentic attractions that are fun and that reveal the character of the city. Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, the Washington State Ferries, and Pioneer Square are just a few examples. Here are some pictures that feature Seattle's top attractions and scenery:

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    International Fountain in Seattle Center with the Space Needle

    International Fountain in Seattle Center with the Space Needle
    The International Fountain in Seattle Center is a communal gathering place for Seattle in both celebration and mourning. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    Calder's Eagle in Olympic Sculpture Park

    Calder's Eagle in Olympic Sculpture Park
    The Eagle, a work by Alexander Calder, is one of the most striking and beloved pieces you'll find at the Olympic Sculpture Park, which overlooks Seattle's Waterfront. © Angela M. Brown
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    Seattle Monorail Boarding Area in Seattle Center

    Seattle Monorail Boarding Area in Seattle Center
    The Seattle Monorail runs between Seattle Center and Westlake Center in downtown Seattle, an approximately 1-mile route. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    Fountains at Entrance to the Seattle Aquarium

    Fountains at Entrance to the Seattle Aquarium
    Fountains at Entrance to the Seattle Aquarium. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    Future of Flight Gallery

    Future of Flight Gallery
    The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour is an interpretive center that will let you experience the marvel of commercial jet aviation and production. (Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour)
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    Rachel the Bronze Pig at Seattle's Pike Place Market

    Picture of Rachel the Bronze Pig at Seattle's Pike Place Market
    Rachel is a bronze piggy bank that collects donations for Pike Place Market's social services. Rachel is a popular Seattle place for photo taking, and also makes a great landmark for meeting up with friends and family. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    Benaroya Hall

    Benaroya Hall
    Benaroya Hall is home to the Seattle Symphony and is the venue for numerous concerts throughout the year. ©Angela M. Brown 2007
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    Qwest Field and Safeco Field in Seattle

    Qwest Field and Safeco Field in Seattle
    Seattle's two professional sports stadiums are located on the south edge of downtown. This picture, which shows Mount Rainier in the background, was taken from atop the Seattle Space Needle. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    View of Seattle's Elliott Bay from atop the Space Needle

    View of Seattle's Elliott Bay from atop the Space Needle
    View of Seattle's Elliott Bay from atop the Space Needle. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    View of Marina on Lake Union from Seattle Space Needle

    View of Marina on Lake Union from Seattle Space Needle
    View of Marina on Lake Union from Seattle Space Needle. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    Miner's Landing at Pier 57 in Seattle

    Miner's Landing at Pier 57 in Seattle
    In addition to some kid-friendly attractions and shops, Seattle's Pier 57 is home to several great seafood eateries, including The Fisherman's Restaurant & Bar and The Crab Pot. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    Ye Olde Curiosity Shop at Pier 54 on Seattle's Waterfront

    Ye Olde Curiosity Shop at Pier 54 on Seattle's Waterfront
    Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, located at Pier 54 on Seattle's Waterfront, is a tourist icon of the city. The shop offers a variety of strange and often creepy exhibits as well as an abundance of tourist goods and souvenirs. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    Seattle Skyline with Space Needle

    Seattle Skyline with Space Needle
    Seattle downtown skyline is highlighted by the Space Needle, which towers 605 feet (184 meters) above the Seattle Center. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Washington State Ferry at Sunset

    Washington State Ferry at Sunset
    A striking image of a Washington State Ferry at sunset. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame in Seattle

    Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame
    Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame. © EMP/SFM
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    Experience Music Project in Seattle

    Experience Music Project
    Experience Music Project. © EMP/SFM
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    Pacific Science Center in Seattle Center

    Arches at Pacific Science Center in Seattle Center
    Arches at Pacific Science Center in Seattle Center. © Angela M. Brown (2008)
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    Entrance to Pike Place Market

    Entrance to Pike Place Market
    Entrance to Pike Place Market. Reprinted with permission of The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Seattle's Waterfront

    Seattle Waterfront
    Seattle's lively and dynamic waterfront offers sightseeing, dining and shopping galore. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Hiram M. Chittenden Locks

    Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
    Visitors watch as boats make the transition from the fresh water of Lake Washington and Lake Union to the salt water of Puget Sound through Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Ballard, Seattle's Scandinavian neighborhood. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Historic Pioneer Square

    Historic Pioneer Square
    Historic Pioneer Square is Seattle's oldest residential area, now a major visitor attraction with restaurants, galleries and lively clubs. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Seafood Stall at Pike Place Market

    Seafood Stall at Pike Place Market
    Seafood Stall at Pike Place Market. Judy Howle
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    Seafood at Pike Place Market

    Seafood at Pike Place Market
    Seattle's Pike Place market is world-famous for its fresh seafood and produce, and its lively arts and crafts scene. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Washington State Ferry

    Washington State Ferry
    From a Washington State Ferry, enjoy a spectacular view of downtown Seattle and the Cascade Mountains. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Seattle Art Museum & Hammering Man

    Seattle Art Museum
    The downtown Seattle Art Museum, designed by architect Robert Venturi, opened to rave reviews in 1991. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Seattle Skyline from Queen Anne

    Seattle skyline from Queen Anne
    A classic view of the Seattle skyline from Queen Anne, with the Space Needle in the foreground and Mt. Rainier in the distance. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Seattle Skyline at Night

    Seattle Skyline at Night
    Seattle's magnificent skyline at dusk. The Seattle-King County News Bureau
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    Seattle's Elliott Bay

    Elliott Bay
    Mt. Rainier, at 14,411 feet (4,392 meters), is the dramatic backdrop to Seattle's Elliott Bay. The Seattle-King County News Bureau