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TONS of interactive 360 degree views of various Seattle locations. VERY COOL!
Virtual Tour of Seattle
A list of attractions and prices.
Seattle Virtual Tour
A virtual tour of the city, and other Helpful visitor info.
Find 360 degree, navigable panoramic views of many of Seattle's popular attractions with information and still shots also available.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Visitors' Guide
Find festivals, free entertainment, restaraunts, beaches, everything Seattle has to offer.
A complete guide to Seattle Center, including events, attractions, & map.
A Walk Through the Garden
A virtual tour through the beautiful gardens at University of Washington.
A guide to the happenings, attractions, and local businesses of Seattle.
You can find anything related to Seattle at this site.
Northwest Media Photo Gallery
Some VERY beautiful pictures of the Seattle area & the Pacific Northwest.
Seattle Picture Gallery
More than 100 pictures of the Seattle area.
My Own Seattle Picture Gallery
Pictures I took of Seattle and surrounding areas in 1996. This page is down.
William Chan's Washington Photos
Pictures from Washington (including Rainier, Olympic, and Skagit Valley) and from other Pacific Northwestern states. These photos are copyrighted.
Great Northwest Photography Gallery
Commercial photos- Mostly Seattle, but strectching from Vancouver, B.C. to San Francisco.
Beautiful professional photos of Seattle and Washington State.
Seattle Stock Photography
Stock photos of Space Needle, the downtown skyline, waterfront, parks, marinas and many other Seattle locations.
Mar Queen Hotel Needle Cam
Live view of the Space Needle. This one updates every couple of seconds & change views about every couple of minutes. You can actually watch the clouds float by on this one.
Very nice live pictures of Puget Sound. You can also look at pictures archived throughout the day, movies, and pictures of the Kalakala.
WSDOT Traffic Cams
More than 90 live cameras in Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, Snoqualmie and surrounding areas.
University of Washington
Live cam positioned over UW's Red Square. Also, archived shots and movies.
The Market Cam
Live view Pike Place Public Market at 1st & Pike.
Friday Harbor Cam
Live cams at Friday Harbor on San Juan Island.
Rosario Resort Cam
Live cams Rosario Resort located on East Sound - Orcas Island.
Roche Harbor Cam
Roche Harbor - San Juan Island.
Fisherman Bay Cam Cam
Fisherman Bay - Lopez Island.
Bainbridge Island Ferrycam
An up to the minute look at the entrance to the Winslow ferry on Bainbridge Island to Seattle.
View of the nearby Lake Sammamish.
Seattle Center Attractions:
The webpage of Seattle's most famous attraction.
Pacific Science Center
Exhibits, planetarium, IMAX, laser shows, and naked mole-rats.
Experience Music Project
A gaint fountain to relax at and take in some music, & watch the seagulls fight over a pile of spilled popcorn, or run around it and take your chances on getting wet during one of it's shows.
Underwater dome, animal exhibits, hands-on activities, IMAX Omnidome 180 degree screen & more.
Take a day cruise to the San Juan Islands, and maybe take in some whale watching.
Catch a whale watching tour with the Mosquito Fleet.
Ye Olde Curiosity Shop - Pier 54
Looking for fun & weird? Try Ye Olde Curiosity Shop. Not just any souvenier shop, but also a museum of oddities like a siamese twin calf, fleas in dresses, entire paintings on the heads of pins, and the Lord's Prayer engraved on a grain of rice.
Columbia Seafirst Center
73rd Floor Observation
Seattle's highest outlook.
543 acre park including sea cliffs, thickets, 2 miles of tidal beaches, meadows, forest groves, active sand dunes, streams and mountain views.
Frye Art Museum
Admission is FREE. Has European and American art of the 19th & 20th centuries and a collection of local art of the Pacific Northwest.
Pike Place Market
This place is amazing! One of Seattle's most popular attractions. Shop for produce & handmade items, be entertained by street performers, and don't forget to duck the low flying fish at the famous pike place fish market.
Here's another weird one. The Fremont Troll. A gaint sculpture of a troll holding a VW bug built under the Aurora Avenue bridge. Fun photo opportunity.
Museum of Flight
Contains a large collection of historic aircraft.
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
Narrarated tours by tram. Over 400 acres.
Ride the Ducks
Ride an amphibious landing craft used by the United States Army during World War II. Tour Seattle by land and by sea. Sites include Downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, along the harbor, funky Fremont, and then splash into Lake Union where you?ll tour Portage Bay and see Seattle?s lovely houseboats!
The Underground Tour
In 1889, Seattle had a great fire. When the city began to rebuild, they decided to raise the street level to above the 1st story of buildings that already existed, which created an "underground city".
Blake Island Native American experience including authentic food, dance, and art.
Watch the boats travel through the locks and salmon climb the fish ladders or visit the beautiful botanical garden.
Visitors can stroll the retail shops including a seafood market, a gift shop, a nautical supply store, a tavern and a restaraunt, Chinook's, with quite a seafood menu.
Mt. St. Helens
History, live pictures, seismic info, 1980 eruption & more.
Parking downtown can be expensive. You may want to consider some of the many public transportation options Seattle has to offer...
Bus tunnel stations.
The Waterfront Streetcar
If you want to take in some of the sights on the waterfront and in Pioneer Square, the streetcar is the perfect way to get around.
Runs between Seattle Center (across from the Space Needle) & Westlake Center (Fifth and Pine Street).
Seattle Weather - Weather Channel
Seattle Weather - USA Today
MapQuest & MapBlast
Find your way around with these two interactive mapping sites.
Pacific Northwest Native American Art
Explains the colors & shapes used in the art, also a gallery.
Tells the stories of the animals used in the totem poles.
Art of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest Coast
Totem and Wildlife art and stories of the Pacific Northwest. Haida, Tlingit, Kwakuitl, Salish, and Bella Coola.
Probably the best artist of the Northwest Coast style.
Masks, Totems, Panels & Boxes, Rattles & Bowls, Prints and more of the Northwest Coast.
Tons of Northwest Aboriginal art.
Hill's Native Art
North America's largest Northwest Coast native art gallery.
Pacific Northwest Coast Native Indian Artists and their work. http://www.FreeSpiritGallery.ca/articlesindianart.htm
Art and culture of the Tsimshian, Haida, Nuxalk (Bella Coola), Central Coast, Nuu-Chah-Nulth (Nootka), and Coast Salish peoples.
Free Spirit Gallery
Very nice site with an Art Gallery, Links and articles about Northwestern Coastal Art.
U'Mista Cultural Centre
Art and culture.
Inuit Gallery of Vancouver
Inuit and exceptional Northwest Coast Native art.
Carved wood Totems, Doors, Plaques, Paddles.
Tlingit Carver Israel Shotridge
The traditional and contemporary Tlingit art of Israel Shotridge.
Native Artists and Arts of Ye Olde Curiosity Shop
Info about masks & totem poles and their legends. Also, local artists and their work available for purchase.
Seattle skyline, Orca jumping in Elliot Bay, Animated cursor
Space Needle, fireworks, Animated cursor
Wild Side Extreme Adventures - Seattle
Whale Watching, Ghost Tours, Extreme Sports, and adventures in flying, water, snow and more.