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In this travel video learn about the great attractions that should make you want to visit Seattle, Washington.
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You’re watching WatchMojo.com, I’m your host Alex and this are the top five things you got to check out when you’re visiting Seattle.
Number one, the Space Needle, built in 1962 the Space Needle serves as a symbol of that year’s world’s fair. It has since become the symbol of Seattle and one of the most recognized wall structures in the entire world.
Number two, experience the music project. This Rock and Roll museum is a massive multi colored building at the foot of the Space Needle. The 140,000 square foot museum takes you through to music history with nearly 80000 artifacts with notable artists.
Number three the Seattle Art Museum, this museum is internationally recognized for its excellent collection of Asian, African and need of American Art. More than 21,000 objects are house within the five storey lime stone terra cotta and Marlborough building.
Number four is the Pike Place Market. This is the oldest continuously working public market in the country. It’s nine acres and a hundred years of operation in campus thousands of unique and interesting stories that explain why Pike Place is called the “Soul of Seattle.”
And number five is a Washington Park Arboretum. It’s a spectacular urban 230 acres of green space in the shores of Lake Washington, it has more than a 130 endangered plants, plus more than 40,000 rare trees, plants and flowers.