Downtown Seattle is the compact central business hub of the city. Here you’ll experience some of Seattle’s most iconic adventures and activities.

Start your day off at Pike Place Market where you’ll find local delectable treats and outdoor performances. Established in 1907, the Pike Place Market is one of Seattle’s finest traditions. Rain or shine, this market is open to the public year-round. Downtown Seattle has a variety of cuisines and restaurants including The Pink Door, Japonessa, and Le Pichet.

But if you’re trying to dine locally, try some of the fresh seafood that Downtown Seattle has to offer. From fresh halibut to clam chowder and fresh oysters, this central hub has it all. Not only can you eat and shop your way through the downtown area, there are many attractions and activities available, as well. See a Broadway show at The 5th Avenue Theatre, discover the Seattle Aquarium, or browse the gigantic steel structure of the Seattle Central Library.

This densely populated neighborhood is full of trendy restaurants, bars, and stores, and is located right along the waterfront. Here you’ll find unique boutiques, art galleries, and some of the best brunch spots in Seattle. If you’re searching for stylish clothes, look no further than Kulman or Sassafrass. These local stores are staples to the Belltown neighborhood.

For the foodies, try The Yellow Leaf Cupcake Company for specialty flavors like chocolate bacon, or stop in at Local 360 for a delicious farm-to-table brunch. After you’ve filled up on sweet treats and delectable eats, stroll through the Olympic Sculpture Park and revel in the contemporary art pieces and botanical plants local Pacific Northwest region. The views of the waterfront and the Olympic Mountains are unforgettable.

Queen Anne
Atop the highest hill in Seattle, is the great neighborhood of Queen Anne. This neighborhood is home to 29 official Seattle landmarks, including the Space Needle. Capture the most Instagram-worthy views at the famous Space Needle. It is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world and boasts 360-degree views of the city. It’s the perfect place to pinpoint your next Seattle adventure. If heights are not your thing, head to Kerry Park to see a panoramic view of the city, and if it’s a clear day, you can see Mount Rainier. Observe interactive exhibits at the Museum of Pop Culture, or catch a performance at the Pacific Northwest Ballet.

There’s a mix of historic homes, vintage boutiques, and wonderful views from Lower Queen Anne to Upper Queen Anne. And if you’re searching for an oasis away from the city, look no further than Parsons Gardens. This secluded park makes for the perfect afternoon getaway.

Pioneer Square
Discover the birthplace of Seattle in Pioneer Square. This neighborhood was founded in 1852 and is full of rich historic culture and beautiful architecture. Explore beneath Seattle’s sidewalks and streets with an Underground Tour and hear the history behind this incredible city. Pioneer Square is a beautiful neighborhood made up of brick buildings and Romanesque Revival architecture. On Thursdays, be sure to catch the art walks and stroll through numerous art galleries. Every day of the week, find notable restaurants and breweries throughout this neighborhood. In the middle of the bustling neighborhood is the charming park at Waterfall Garden, where you can relax and people-watch. Or, find Occidental Park where you can look at the rotating art installations, rest in the shade, and grab a taste of Seattle from the local food trucks.