Re-Discover the Seattle Waterfront

July 9, 2020 12:00 am

 

There has never been a better time for Washingtonians to re-discover their Seattle waterfront! Attractions are open, restaurant patios are serving, and nearby parking lots have plenty of spots. With the newly re-opened sidewalk in front of pier 62, you and your family can walk easily from the Seattle Art Museum Olympic Sculpture Park to the Seattle ferry terminal without crossing a street! It’s the flattest and longest uninterrupted stretch of sidewalk in the city. Be sure to look for salmon fry, jellyfish, and seals (maybe an errant Orca) in the clear water.

Check out all the cool things to do and see here!

 

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