7 Places to visit on the perfect 2 day weekend in Seattle

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Space Needle

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The very first thing to visit in Seattle is the Space Needle that one of the most ionic structures. It was constructed in the year 1962 and since then it has been visited by many people around the world. You can spend some lovely time here.

Pike Place Market

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It is 100 years old market place that has been designed to bring together the farmers and consumers. You should definitely visit this market which sells everything from vegetables, seafood, cheese, flower, handicrafts, knickknacks and salmon. There are many eating places here, which you can enjoy.

Olympic Sculpture

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You just cannot miss out from visiting the Olympic Sculpture Park. The park features the sculptures from different artists including Richard Serra, Mark de Suvero, Alexander Calder and Louise Bourgeois. It is a great place and you will be stunt to see the master pieces here.

Chinatown-International District

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The Chinatown International District is a must visit place as it will offer you with amazing eating places, great cultural experiences and a nice shopping place. It is a cultural hub for Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and Filipino people.

Seattle Aquarium

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Located on Pier 59, the Seattle Park is one of the most visited aquariums in the United States and has more than 380 species of birds, marine animals, fish and invertebrates. Here there is a 120000 gallon aquarium hat is filled with colorful rock fish, salmon, and vibrant sea anemones.

Central Public Library

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Just the view of it is amazing. The Central Public Library is an architectural masterpiece and a huge library. The building is made of 10000 glass panes that are fused over 4500 tons of steel. Tourists flock to this place to see the masterpiece.

Kerry Park

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Kerry Park will offer you with the best view of the city. The Queen Anne Hill here is very popular and for you it will be a picture perfect place. You can also get a stunning view of Mt. Rainier from here.