Seattle Attractions

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Pacific Northwest Ballet
McCaw Hall (administrative offices are at 301 Mercer St.)
Performing Arts- Dance
Pacific Place
600 Pine St.
Shopping- Shopping Areas
Pacific Science Center
200 Second Ave. N.
Sightseeing- Museums
The Paramount Theatre
911 Pine St.
Performing Arts- Venues
Pike Place Market
First Avenue and Pike Street
Sightseeing- Historic Sites
Pike Place Market
Western Avenue (between Virginia and Pike streets)
Shopping- Markets
Pioneer Square District
Nightlife- Live Music
Pioneer Square Historic District
Sightseeing- Neighborhoods & Districts
Queen Anne
Sightseeing- Neighborhoods & Districts
Ragazzi's Flying Shuttle
607 First Ave.
Shopping- Specialty Stores
Ravenna Third Place Books
6504 20th Ave. N.E.
Shopping- Bookstores
1114 Howell St.
Nightlife- Dance & Nightclubs
222 Yale Ave. N. (below Capitol Hill)
Shopping- Specialty Stores
Ride the Ducks of Seattle
516 Broad St.
Itinerary- Local Tours
Roq la Rue
2312 Second Ave.
Shopping- Galleries
Savor Seattle Food Tours
Itinerary- Local Tours
Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame
325 Fifth Ave. N. (at the base of the Space Needle at the Seattle Center)
Sightseeing- Museums
Seattle Aquarium
Pier 59, 1483 Alaskan Way
Sightseeing- Zoos & Wildlife
Seattle Art Museum
1300 First Ave. (the museum entrance is on First Avenue near Union Street)
Sightseeing- Museums
Seattle Asian Art Museum
1400 E. Prospect St.
Sightseeing- Museums
Seattle Ferry Service
South Lake Union (dock located at the corner of Valley Street and Terry Avenue North, under the Aurora Bridge along the Burke-Gilman Trail)
Itinerary- Local Tours
Seattle Mariners
1250 First Ave. S.
Spectator Sports- Baseball
Seattle Men's Chorus (SMC)
319 12th Ave. (administrative office)
Performing Arts- Music
Seattle Opera
321 Mercer St. (business address at 1020 John St.)
Performing Arts- Opera
Seattle Seahawks
800 Occidental Ave. S. (just south of downtown)
Spectator Sports- Football