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Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle, WashingtonWashington Park ArboretumSeattle, WashingtonThere are gorgeous trees to be found at the Washington Park Arboretum, especially in the Japanese Garden. #treetroverArboretum Foundation, Seattle, WashingtonArboretum FoundationSeattle, WashingtonA very strange tree.Star Wars Exhibit: Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WashingtonStar Wars Exhibit: Pacific Science CenterSeattle, WashingtonMovie props are always cool, especially for movies filmed before CGI."Echo" Sculpture, Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, Washington"Echo" Sculpture, Olympic Sculpture ParkSeattle, WashingtonShe is alluring, blindingly white, 46-feet tall and named “Echo”. Her surreal, Easter-islandish countenance towers over bikers, joggers, walkers...Bloedel Reserve, Bainbridge Island, WashingtonBloedel ReserveBainbridge Island, WashingtonIf you're in WA and haven't yet gone to the Reserve I suggest a visit soon! I've been to many gardens but this one is top notch. Beauty all around...Big Four Ice Caves, Snohomish County, WashingtonBig Four Ice CavesSnohomish County, WashingtonPhoto taken from inside the Big Four Ice Cave looking out. The hike was an extremely short and easy trail (great for kids). The cave itself was...Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, Thurston County, WashingtonBilly Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife RefugeThurston County, WashingtonThis is great place to take the family for an easy nature hike. There's a relatively new boardwalk that juts out a mile into the Nisqually River...Black Sun, Seattle, WashingtonBlack SunSeattle, Washington“Black Sun” is a sculpture by Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi, which was installed in Volunteer Park in 1969. This sculpture is believed to...Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle, WashingtonMuseum of Pop CultureSeattle, WashingtonThe colorful Frank Gehry-designed building in the shadow of the Space Needle is the Experience Music Project, a museum dedicated to music history...The Crocodile, Seattle, WashingtonThe CrocodileSeattle, WashingtonWhat was formerly The Crocodile Cafe (now just “The Crocodile”) is a prominent fixture in the Seattle music scene. Most of the major players in the...Terminal Sales Building, Seattle, WashingtonTerminal Sales BuildingSeattle, WashingtonThis office building housed the original location of iconic Seattle independent label Sub Pop Records from 1988-2003. Sub Pop is well-known for...Neumos, Seattle, WashingtonNeumosSeattle, WashingtonStill one of Seattle’s more popular venues, Neumos has booked a mile-long list of incredible acts over the years. In 1996, Moe’s played host to the...Re-bar, Seattle, WashingtonRe-barSeattle, WashingtonRe-Bar, still a popular Seattle club, played host to Nirvana’s album release party for “Nevermind” in 1991. The band was kicked out of their...El Corazón, Seattle, WashingtonEl CorazónSeattle, WashingtonThen known as the “Off Ramp,” this venue (currently another music venue called “El Corazon”) hosted shows by many major bands of the grunge era,...Viretta Park, Seattle, WashingtonViretta ParkSeattle, WashingtonThis bench, located in the park adjacent to the house where Kurt Cobain died, has long served as an unofficial memorial to the iconic Nirvana...
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