I’m a homebody. I’m not particularly adventurous, although I’ve become more adventurous in the past couple of years. However, if I’m going to move to Seattle, where there is TONS of stuff to do, I can’t just sit around in my (way too expensive) apartment. I have to go out and DO things. Also, I feel like if people come visit me, I should know what’s worthy of doing. In order to facilitate this doing of stuff, I’ve compiled a Seattle bucket list. So here it is, in no particular order. Enjoy! 🙂
[ ] Go on a hike at Mt. Rainier National Park.
(Grove of the Patriarchs at Mt. Rainier National Park, Photo Credit: David Huting)
[ ] Walk through Olympic Sculpture Park.
(Olympic Sculpture Park, Photo Credit: Seattle Art Museum)
[ ] Visit the Seattle Art Museum
(Seattle Art Museum, Photo Credit: ArtsyForager.com)
[ ] Visit the Ballard Locks
(Wave Sculpture at Ballard Locks, Photo Credit: Pinterest)
[ ] Visit Alki Beach. (Apparently the best place to catch a sunset in Seattle, when a sunset is to be caught at all).
(Stormy Sunset, Alki Beach, Seattle, Photo Credit: LivingWilderness.com)
[ ] Visit Kerry Park. (Look at that Seattle skyline!!!)
(Kerry Park, Photo Credit: Pinterest)
[ ] Visit Pioneer Square (Seattle’s Historical District)
(Pioneer Square, Photo Credit: FineArtAmerica.com)
[ ] Visit the Seattle Public Library
(Seattle Public Library, Photo Credit: Google)
[ ] Go to the Seattle Pike Place Market. (Also the home of the ORIGINAL Starbucks).
(Pike Place Market, Photo Credit: Pinterest)
[ ] Visit Bergen Place
(Art at Bergen Place, Photo Credit: Pinterest)
[ ] Take a picture with the Troll Under the Bridge in Fremont. (I seriously think this is just about the coolest thing ever).
(Fremont’s Troll Under the Bridge, Photo Credit: Henry Roxas)
[ ] Find a favorite Coffee Shop. (So many to choose from!)
(Photo Credit: Perfect Bucket List)
[ ] See this sign in Fremont.
(Cool Fremont sign, Photo Credit: WheresMyBackpack.com)
[ ] I feel like I HAVE to have this one, although I’m not AS interested in it … Visit the Seattle Space Needle.
(Seattle Space Needle, Photo Credit: Double Barreled Travel)
[ ] Go to the Ballard Sunday Market.
(Ballard Sunday Market, Photo Credit: Pinterest)
[ ] Visit Gas Works Park in Fremont.
(Gas Works Park, Photo Credit: Flickr)
[ ] Find a favorite bookstore. (Again, so many to choose from!)
So much to do in Seattle, I think this is a good starting point!!!