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Queen Anne, Seattle : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Monument / Point de repère
“Since its construction for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Space Needle has become both an internationally recognized icon and Seattle’s most popular attraction. Distance - 3.8 miles”
525 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“A small park with a great view of downtown. Excellent photo opportunity to get your picture with the skyline, Space Needle, and on clear days Mt. Rainier”
470 habitants locaux recommandent
Musée d'art
“Mind-blowing blown glass sculptures interspersed with beautiful flowers and plants.”
316 habitants locaux recommandent
Museum
“The Museum of Pop Culture (formerly EMP) was founded by Microsoft Paul Allen. Exhibit topics include fantasy and horror films, rock music, video games, and more”
258 habitants locaux recommandent
Outdoor Sculpture
“If you like quirky art, make a quick stop at the troll in Fremont. (15 min away)”
271 habitants locaux recommandent
Pool
“There's a festival or event here practically every weekend. Check www.seattlecenter.com for the calendar.”
189 habitants locaux recommandent
Science Museum
“Curious minds of all ages can escape to the captivating world of augmented and virtual reality. ”
117 habitants locaux recommandent
Brasserie
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“There's no food here, but you're welcome to pick something up and bring it to the brewery. There’s long community tables and smaller tables depending on your party size. On a summer day, you’ll see 20-50 bikes parked out front and a packed beee garden. ”
156 habitants locaux recommandent
Quartier
“Nicknamed “the center of the universe”, Fremont is fast changing by the influx of tech companies but still has a weird flair of makers, record stores, vintage, and music venues. We spent much of our time in this neighborhood because it’s within a decent walk’s distance from our place and has many of our go to spots. ”
99 habitants locaux recommandent
Scenic Lookout
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“One of the most recognizable landmarks in the world and a treasured Seattle icon. Panoramic views of downtown, Mount Rainer, Puget Sound, and the Cascades. ”
53 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant cajun / créole
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“Hip hot spot near Seattle Center featuring a huge menu filled with Cajun-Creole inspired cuisine. Great for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or just pop in for a drink at the bar. Check out their 1/2 price breakfast happy hour Monday through Friday.”
107 habitants locaux recommandent
Magasin de chocolat
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“Fremont’s Theo Chocolate is a local delicacy, and you can tour their factory and get delicious samples”
146 habitants locaux recommandent
Nouvelle cuisine américaine
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“Phenomenal seafood restaurant, completely captures the essence of Seattle dining. They don't take reservations so the best way to avoid the long wait is to arrive a little before they open to be in the first seating. ”
67 habitants locaux recommandent
Bateau ou ferry
“Great way to see parts of the city and see the skyline from lake union. Bring your party pants, best enjoyed with participation. ”
82 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant Américain
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“Well-deserving of its own category, this landmark restaurant has been boasting haute cuisine and amazing views of Lake Union for over 60 years. The prix fixe menu puts you back $135/person (more if you want a delicious cocktail or a wine pairing, and trust me, you do!). If you want to experience the glamor without the price tag, try their upstairs Lounge for cocktails only. Reservations highly recommended, and a dress code (suit or sport coat for men, no casual or athletic attire) is enforced. Free valet parking. ”
67 habitants locaux recommandent
Farmers Market
“It’s fun! Mix of shops, vintage stuff, flea market, and food & drinks. You’ll find something interesting. And it opens all year round! Easy to access from our home as well.”
82 habitants locaux recommandent