May 10, 2013 at 12:15 PM
A Seattle top 10 for locals and visitors
The new home of the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) on South Lake Union is a top Seattle attraction. It features the famous Rainier neon “R” sign and Boeing’s first commercial plane, the B-1 seaplane from 1919. It flew mail between Seattle and Victoria, B.C., cruising at 80 miles per hour. (Alan Berner photo / The Seattle Times)
Want to be a sightseer in your own town? Or coming to visit Seattle? Here’s where you can go play and sightsee at 10 top spots around Seattle (and slightly beyond).
Most are old favorites, from Pike Place Market to the Ballard Locks. Still, I bet lots of us haven’t been to all 10, even if we’ve lived in Seattle for a long time.
Got some different, more off-beat favorites? Add them in the comments and I’ll make another list.
| Topics: Seattle, Seattle sights
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