Seattle : Top 7 best places to visit in Seattle , Washington

Museum of Pop culture 

MoPOP's headquarters is located in Frank O. Gehry's 140,000-square-foot building. MoPOP's exterior is a fusion of textures, myriad colors and conveys the energy and fluidity that inspired it. Visit the Seattle Center to see MoPOP's stunning architecture and make your first life-changing appointment.

Chihuly Garden and Gla

The most well-known sculptures of his are the ones that weigh thousands and stand over 15 feet high. These sculptures remind me of sea anemones and thousands of octopus feet, since they are made up of wavy, blown glass tubes. 

The Seattle Great Wheel 

This modern landmark offers stunning views of the Seattle Aquarium and Space Needle as well as Pike Place Market and other top attractions. The Seattle Great Wheel provides a unique dining experience that includes a 4-course meal, a bottle of wine and a private cabin. This romantic experience is perfect for a date with your loved one.

Olympic Sculpture Park 

The pedestrian route from this pavilion descends to the sea, connecting three new archetypal landscapes in the northwest: a dense evergreen forest, a deciduous forest and a garden along the shoreline. 

Discovery Park 

The exterior architectural details of all 26 buildings have been preserved because they are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Prices starting at $800,000. The first houses were put on the market in 2015. There was lots of interest, not surprising. 

Gas Works Park 

is situated near Wallingfort, on the shores Lake Union. It was established at the site of an old coal gasification plant 110 years ago. This old communal system has given the park a historical significance. It offers spectacular views of the city's skyline from the park. 

The Gum Wall 

early 30 years ago, the alley was covered by gum. It began just outside of Market Theater's entrance. While waiting in line to get in, ticket holders would stick their gum onto the walls of the venue