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当然,记得带上防雨外套。不过,需要了解的一点是:西雅图的年降水总量实际上低于美国许多其他城市(包括佛罗里达州的杰克逊维尔)。常年环绕的雾气和怡人的气候应该会给身处翡翠城的你留下深刻的印象;西雅图到处都有葱郁的公园和景观,这也是这里绿化程度如此之高的原因之一。

但是,游客到西雅图不只是涌向这里漂亮的大自然。他们来这里为了音乐,文化,生活方式,咖啡和旅游景点。如果您计划前往翡翠城,这里有在西雅图最流行做的事情的一个列表。


Space Needle

为了1962年世界博览会而建造的Space Needle现在已经成为了一个国际公认的标志,以及Seattle最受欢迎的景点。无论是为了塔上的景观还是SkyCity的美食,Space Needle都是您必去的景点。

该做什么
游客应留出时间在SkyCity餐厅用餐:这家旋转餐厅在47分钟之内即可完成一次360度旋转。您不仅可在Observation Deck看到壮观的景色,还可以通过其中的互动信息屏幕了解各个观看景点的详细信息。

该看什么
由于坐落在山顶上,Space Needle 看上去要比605英尺(184米)的实际高度更高——塔上的免费望远镜让游客可以清楚看到市区的繁华,或者转向观赏Cascade山和Olympic山。在天晴的时候您还可以看到Rainier山 的壮阔美景,它是Washington的最高峰。

>>了解更多关于 Space Needle

Pacific Science Center

与Space Needle 一样,在2012年已经落成50周年的Pacific Science Center仍在通过丰富的个人体验吸引络绎不绝的游客——特别是年轻的游客。

该做什么
这里有孩子们最喜欢的Insect Village和Body Works(这里的健身单车可以计算消耗的能量)。在“恐龙:穿越时间之旅”(Dinosaurs: A Journey Through Time)项目中,您可以控制电子气动恐龙来了解电子动画技术的原理,同时探索周围的中生代世界。

该看什么
这里最吸引人的景点应该是Tropical Butterfly Village,身穿黄色和红色衣服的游客很容易会把蝴蝶招到自己的身边。村里栖息着超过500种不同的蝴蝶,它们每周都会从拉丁美洲、非洲和亚洲运进来。您能把它们逐一认出来吗?

>>了解更多关于 Politic Science Center

Museum of Pop Culture

这座由弗兰克·盖里(Frank O. Gehry)设计的宏偉流线型建筑曾被称为Music Project | Science Fiction Museum,里面容纳着两座博物馆,无论是这座建筑本身还是其中的博物馆都是必去的景点。您会在里面看到许多先锋前卫和屡获殊荣的展览,它们是对创作过程和流行文化的致敬。

该做什么
您可以登上模拟空间站,尽情欣赏其中的科幻纪念品丶电影服装丶照片和展览品。走进Guitar Gallery,了解这种摇滚标志性乐器的发展历程。音乐体验馆拥有236个吉他永久藏品,其中超过50个都在Guitar Gallery展出。

该看什么
在全球最大的室内屏幕上观看表演和视频,然后在Sound Lab尝试录制您专属的摇滚混音,说不定您就是下一个吉米·亨德里克斯(Jimi Hendrix,Seattle本土吉他大师)。矗立在音乐体验馆中央的是声音雕塑“IF VI WAS IX”,它由超过500个乐器和30台电脑制作而成。

>>了解更多关于 Museum of Pop Culture

Seattle Aquarium

Seattle Aquarium位于交通便利的Pier 59,这是全美国游客人数排行第七的水族馆,其中含有超过380种鸟类、鱼类、无脊椎动物和海洋哺乳动物。

该做什么
游客可以在Life on the Edge潮池亲自触摸部分海洋动物,或者与水族馆的潜水员交流。步行到户外的鸟类和海滨展览,您在那里可以看到Puget Sound 本地的滨鸟。

该看什么
走进Underwater Dome,这时您会置身于一个被40万加仑海水(1514立方米)包围的水下球形房间。在进入水族馆后,请找个位置坐下来,欣赏拥有12万加仑海水的Window on Washington Waters,这里每天都会有潜水员表演。这里的海獭和斑海豹也非常受游客欢迎。您可以在舒适的户外休息区观看它们嬉戏,或者在各个观赏窗从水下观赏。

>>了解更多关于 Seattle Aquarium

Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour

The Spirit of Seattle 的一小时讲解导览将提供独特的视角,让大家可以轻松观赏Seattle市内的众多景点。Argosy Cruises无疑是Seattle游客最爱的游览项目。

该做什么
当其他游客还在市内寻路时,您已经安坐在船上,将城市天际线尽收眼底。随着游船在Elliot Bay航行,您可以选择坐在船舱内或甲板上,或者四处移动,以不同的视角来欣赏美景。船上还会提供茶点,让您能更好地享受这段行程。

该看什么
Pike Place Market丶Olympic Sculpture Park丶Space Needle丶Safeco Field和Qwest Field等等。在Argosy Cruises的导览中,您将能看到Seattle市最佳的景观。请带上您的相机,不要错过拍摄Seattle的天际线、Olympic 和Cascade山的机会,您还可以在船上自拍。

>>了解更多 关于Argosy Cruises Harbor导览

Chihuly Garden and Glass

欢迎进入Chihuly Garden and Glass多彩多姿的惊奇世界,从Space Needle出发,仅需步行片刻即可到达。这里的八个展览馆展出了戴尔·奇胡利(Dale Chihuly)的丰富作品收藏,在Chihuly Garden and Glass,您将会沉浸在这位天才艺术家的伟大作品之中。

该做什么
走出馆外至花园外漫步,看看这些玻璃艺术品是如何与周围的树木和鲜花完美融合的。花园的参观设施包括Sun、Crystal和 Icicle Towers和Reeds on Logs。 当您踏入Glass House,可以看到一个100英尺长的悬浮雕塑,这是戴尔·奇胡利最大型的作品之一。然后可到画廊独特的Collections Cafe稍事休息。

该看什么
在剧院内观赏相关的短片,深入了解奇胡利的艺术创作过程,以及他在世界各地留下的许多艺术装置。剧院也是一些讲座丶教学和社区活动的举办场所。

>>了解更多关于 Chihuly Garden and Glass

Woodland Park Zoo

Woodland Park Zoo中居住着近1100只动物,是全美公认的致力于为动物创造真正自然栖息地环境的动物园。总而言之,动物园里有来自世界各地将近300多种不同的动物。

该做什么
带孩子们到专属于他们的地方:Zoomazium,这是一个以自然为主题的室内游乐场地。Zoomazium是集多媒体功能,以自然为主题的游乐区,专为8岁及以下孩子充分发挥想象空间而设计的游乐方式。

该看什么
河马和长颈鹿漫步于非洲热带草原,鸟类在热带雨林圆顶中自由飞翔。还有一个必去之地是Banyan Wilds,这是新建成的老虎和懒熊区。动物的居所都按照动物的自然栖息地而设计,在游览中,您会感觉身处阿拉斯加、澳大利亚、南美和非洲等地。

>>了解 更多关于Woodland Park Zoo的信息

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market历史悠久,已逾百年,旨在让民众直接从当地农民手中购得农贸产品。如今,该市场是美国境内历史最为悠久且持续运行的公共农贸市场之一,已成为西雅图最重要的观光景点之一。

出行指南
同市场吉祥物青铜小猪Rachel合照,或在Post Alley大街上著名的“Gum Wall”前留影。Pike Place Market内汇集了各式餐馆,您可以驻足于此,在浓厚的百年市场风情中大饱口福。

游览指南
Pike Place Market是一场感官的盛宴,您可以在此欣赏到新鲜三文鱼的“飞鱼秀”,万紫千红怡人的鲜花,空气中到处弥漫着新鲜出炉的烘焙品所散发的浓烈香味。您也可以在市场低层逛橱窗,那里的各式商店,包括古董店、漫画书店、收藏品店以及更多让您眼花缭乱目不暇接。Pike Place Marke内只有您想不到的,没有您找不到的。

>>了解更多有关 Pike Place Market

Ballard Locks (Hiram H. Chittenden Locks)

Thanks to Army Corps of Engineers district chief Hiram Chittenden, boats have had an easy route from Lake Union and Lake Washington to the Puget Sound for nearly 100 years. The Ballard Locks carry more boat traffic than any other lock in the United States.

What to Do
Stand atop swinging walkways to watch the vessels’ progress. All sorts of boats make their way through the Locks including yachts, tugs, barges, motorboats, sailboats, and more. Stop by the visitor's center to learn more about the Locks and how they work.

What to See
Visitors have a special viewing window for the fish ladder – a 21-step structure that helps fish safely move to and from saltwater to freshwater. If you're lucky you might see a variety of different kinds of salmon. King, Silver, and Red salmon all use the ladder.

>> Learn more about the Ballard Locks.

Washington Park Arboretum

Covering 23 acres (93 hectares), the arboretum showcases more than 5,500 different plants from around the world. The park is a joint project between the University of Washington and the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation.

What to Do
Visit the Japanese garden that features a copper-shingled tea house and 11-tier pagoda. During Spring take a stroll through Azalea Way, a stretch of the park that is home to a unique tapestry of azaleas in a variety of colors, making it a popular photo spot.

What to See
Walk along the Shoreline Trail and see Lake Washington from Marsh and Foster Islands. In addition to plants you're likely to see some blue herons, Canadian geese, and pied-bill grebes along the shore.

>> Learn more about the Washington Park Arboretum.

Safeco Field

Bursting at the seams with crowds at full capacity, Safeco Field opened its doors on July 15th, 1999. Years later, Safeco Field is still home to the Mariners, Seattle’s beloved Major League Baseball team. With great views and exciting games, it’s easy to see why Safeco Field is highly praised as one of the most terrific fields in modern MLB.

What to Do
Make your way to the Bullpen Market behind left field for heaps of family-friendly fun. Exciting, interactive games and the Fan Walk will make pre-game time fly by faster than you think. Try the famed garlic fries, a popular snack for game-goers sure to satisfy your taste buds.

What to See
The Outside Corner Picnic Patio provides stunning views of Puget Sound. Lookout Landing puts fans above the baseball field and showcases the city’s grand skyline. It’s also the perfect place to catch birds-eye action of the Mariners at play.

>> Learn more about Safeco Field.

CenturyLink Field

CenturyLink Field is the humble abode for both the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and Major League Soccer’s Seattle Sounders. The stadium is conveniently located within the SoDo (South of Downtown) district and has earned a reputation as one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL thanks to rowdy and dedicated Seahawks fans.

What to Do
Kettle corn is the perfect treat to pop in your mouth when you’re not busy cheering on the Sounders or the Seahawks. The wide range of concessions available, from classic dogs to salmon flatbread, will give you the energy you need to keep up with the devoted fans.

What to See
The wide, open concourse of the CenturyLink Stadium provides fans with great views of the game and shots of Seattle’s beauty from almost every seat. The breathtaking Olympic mountain range, waterfront and modern cityscape provide the perfect backdrop to Seattle’s roaring football and soccer games.

>> Learn more about CenturyLink Field.

Olympic Sculpture Park

Olympic Sculpture Park is a nine-acre outdoor sculpture museum free to the public and full of awe-inspiring sights. Olympic Sculpture Park fuses urban culture with an outdoor setting and nature with art, making it the perfect pit stop on your Seattle itinerary.

What to Do
Take a break from the daily grind by strolling along the Z-shaped path that winds around the modern sculptures throughout the park. Or, sit on one of the many park benches, also designed with art in mind, and enjoy a casual read or the views of the water beneath a breathtaking sunset.

What to See
The Neukom Vivarium is a unique installation of a fallen, decayed hemlock and the new life that arises from it. Visitors are provided with magnifying glasses to get a closer look at the log and it’s varying forms of life and death.

>> Learn more about Olympic Sculpture Park.

Myrtle Edwards Park

Myrtle Edwards Park is a scenic outdoor escape located along the Seattle waterfront. Right next to the Olympic Sculpture Park, Myrtle Edwards is a colorful place to take in the natural beauty of Seattle.

What to Do
The gorgeous view of Puget Sound is the perfect excuse to plan a delicious picnic in this park. Or, if you’re feeling active, go for an easy jog or bike ride along the scenic trails that stretch a little over a mile long.

What to See
On a clear day, you can see the Olympic Mountain range, which can serve as the perfect backdrop for family photo ops or selfies. Watch the Ferries coast the waters or look out for the marine life that hangs out on the beach. From seals to seagulls, Myrtle Edwards Park is full of life.

>> Learn more about Myrtle Edwards Park.

Kerry Park

While many of the parks in Seattle provide impressive views of the city, Kerry Park gives you one of the best vantage points to take it all in. After all, Kerry Park was specifically given to the City in 1927 so that every guest could enjoy the view.

What to Do
Kerry Park has become a popular photo op for the unbeatable views. With direct views of the city skyline, including the well-known Space Needle, a photo from Kerry Park will be the perfect addition to your scrapbook. Make a day of it in the late afternoon so you can take a picture of the fantastic sunset.

What to See
In the middle of the park sits a beautiful steel sculpture, called Changing Form, and was designed by artist Doris Totten Chase in 1971. The sculpture has been a centerpiece in the park since its installation and serves as a creative way for photographers to frame their photos of the Seattle skyline.

>> Learn more about Kerry Park.

Lake Union

Sandwiched between two big bodies of water, Seattle is a hub of maritime culture. At Lake Union, located close to downtown Seattle, you can see the city as you sail the fresh water. In a city where water is the backbone, there’s plenty to do and see in this watery wonderland.

What to Do
At Lake Union, you can take a jog, kayak, or go for a swim. If you’re looking for something a little more low-key, visit the Center for Wooden Boats to see the history of Seattle’s maritime society. There are also plenty of places to sit and watch the boats float by if you’re looking for some much-needed quiet time.

What to See
Houseboats, similar to the ones that Tom Hanks’ character occupied in Sleepless in Seattle, line the eastern and western sides of the lake. Keep an eye out for seaplanes as they splash-land on the Union water. Bring your own toy boat and launch it into the park pond, a small-scale version of the real Lake Union.

>> Learn more about Lake Union.

Pioneer Square

The rich art of Seattle thrives on the energetic pulse that flows through Seattle’s Pioneer Square. Delicious food, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and an exciting nightlife make Pioneer Square a happening spot for locals and visitors alike.

What to Do
Sip on a warm latte at one of Pioneer Square’s aromatic cafes and, after, head to one of the many art galleries in the area. Next, visit all the little shops full of handcrafted goods to take home a uniquely Seattle souvenir (one that doesn’t have an image of the Space Needle on it).

What to See
See the streets of the past frozen in time with an Underground Tour. This humorous walking tour delves into the city that once was—before the Great Fire of 1889. Venture into Waterfall Garden Park, a secluded area that houses a 22-foot waterfall in the middle of Pioneer Square, to forget the fact that you are actually in the middle of a busy city.

>> Learn more about Pioneer Square.

Paramount Theatre

This historic theatre has been entertaining the people of Seattle since it was established in the late 1920’s. From silent films to the rocking performances by acclaimed bands such as Pink Floyd and the Grateful Dead, Paramount Theatre is, well, paramount to any other.

What to Do
With a full schedule, there is never a dull day at the Paramount Theatre. Famous comedians, musicians, and many other notable figures have graced the stage of the Paramount Theatre every year. There’s always a show, and it’s always a good one. The Paramount wouldn’t have it any other way.

What to See
The opulent interior design of the Paramount Theatre is jaw-dropping. A beautiful staircase in the main lobby, decadent furnishings, and an exquisite stage tell a story of the theatre’s history that no book could put into words. The venue is a prime spot for talent, and continues to thrive as one of Seattle’s premiere attractions.

>> Learn more about Paramount Theatre.

Seattle Public Library

In 1869, Seattle's first library association was founded. But the high hopes of expanding opportunity for learning were shattered in a flurry of natural disaster, budget restrictions, and relocations. Now, Seattle boasts 22 branches, "Libraries for All," and a dazzling 11-story Central Library: an award-winning architectural masterpiece that has garnered international attention for its unique contemporary design.

What to Do
With multiple events crowding the Seattle Central Library calendar, you're bound to find an event that tempts your curiosity: live scary story readings, free workshops that teach you how to write a memoir or use Photoshop, and kid-friendly puppet shows. Combine the powers of imagination and information, and enjoy most of the events free of charge! —Just be sure to register early.

What to See
The bold design is all the reason you need to make a visit to the Seattle Central Library. From Fifth Avenue, the glass exteriors of the library's multi-angled walls shine like a billion diamonds. Inside, check out the Seattle Collection, one of the library's many special collections that showcase Seattle's colorful history with documents, old yearbooks, paintings, sculptures, and nostalgic photographs.

>> Learn more about the Seattle Public Library

Elliot Bay Book Company

Great books and good vibes are aplenty in Seattle's very own Elliot Bay Book Company. Located in the Capital Hill neighborhood, The Elliot Bay Book Company is boasts over 150,000 titles in a space that will make you want to curl up and read for hours on end.

What to Do
Whatever book you seek, you'll find it at the Elliot Bay Book Company. Multiple levels of the store supply readers of all varieties with the material they desire—fiction, non-fiction, magazines, poetry, and more. You name it, they've got it. High ceilings, beautiful staircases, and the tantalizing Little Oddfellows café will make your reading experience all the more enjoyable. After an exhausting Seattle adventure, you can spend hours browsing for books, but you will feel as if only minutes have passed. Enjoy a house scratch soda or a warm cappuccino while you peruse the pages of a classic tale or an unexplored novel.

What to See
Literature lovers can see various author readings on average of ten times per week at the Elliot Bay Book Company. Lined with books from corner to corner, the cozy reading room is home to many literary events, most of which are free of charge and well worth your time. Stay after the reading for an exciting Q&A, and get to know the author behind the book.

>>Learn more about the Elliot Bay Book Company

Seattle Great Wheel

Not just any Ferris wheel can add "great" to its name—unless said Ferris wheel climbs 175 feet high in the sky. Not only is the Seattle Great Wheel a colossal attraction, the magnificent views of the Puget Sound and the cityscape make it a perfect, one-of-a-kind ride.

What to Do
As astonishing as it is to see, the Seattle Great Wheel is best enjoyed while circling up, around, and off the ground in one of the roomy, climate-controlled gondolas. The ride time varies depending on the crowd, but summer hours offer around 12-20 minutes of breathtaking views (each ride is 3 full wheel rotations). Take the whole family with you: each gondola fits up to eight guests. For the star treatment, take the VIP gondola and enjoy leather seats, a stereo system for a stellar soundtrack, and a champagne toast at Fisherman's Restaurant.

What to See
The largest observation wheel on the west coast is bound to offer a sight worth seeing. Depending on where you sit, you can see the stunning Seattle cityscape or Mount Olympia. The Elliot Bay view during sunset makes for a romantic date, and during special events and holidays, the wheel offers stunning LED light shows to enhance the night ride experience. You'll want to have a camera handy—the photos you take will be show-off material for a long, long time.

>> Learn more about the Seattle Great Wheel

使用西雅图CityPASS让您只需一半左右的费用便可尽享西雅图最佳 景点 。此外,持有CityPASS的话,部分景点处您无需排队买票,这为您省却了不必要的等待时间,让您拥有更多的时间来游览。西雅图CityPASS包含 太空针塔西雅图水族馆、阿戈西游轮海港 导览的门票,以及 流行文化博物馆林地公园动物园(二选一)太平洋科学中心奇胡利玻璃艺术园(二选一)的门票。部分特别展览不包含在CityPASS中,需要另外付费。

CityPASS 可以在网上或在任何我们参与的 西雅图景点购买。使用西雅图 CityPASS,发现一些顶级的地方参观与在西雅图做的事情。

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