10 Top Tourist Attractions in Seattle

10 Top Tourist Attractions in Seattle

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3 Popular Attractions In Washington

  • Gum Wall: Brick wall covered in used chewing gum, in Seattle, Washington.
  • Washington State Facts:

    • The Northwestern most point in the contiguous U.S. is Cape Flattery on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.
    • The state of Washington is one of only seven states that does not levy a personal income tax.The first European record of a landing on the Washington coast was by Spanish Captain Don Bruno de Heceta in 1775, on board the Santiago, part of a two-ship flotilla with the Sonora.
    • The largest man-made island in the U.S. is Seattle’s Harbor Island.
    • There’s a giant troll crushing a Volkswagen living under the George Washington Bridge.
    State of Washington

    “The Evergreen State” (unofficial)[1]

    Al-ki or Alki, “by and by” in Chinook Jargon
    Anthem:Washington, My Home
    Washington is located on the West Coast along the line that divides the United States from neighboring Canada. It runs entirely from west to east. It includes a small peninsula across a bay which is discontinuous with the rest of the state, along with a geographical oddity under British Columbia, Canada.

    Map of the United States with Washington highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Washington Territory
    Admitted to the Union November 11, 1889 (42nd)
    Capital Olympia
    Largest city Seattle
    Largest metro and urban areas Seattle

    Governor Jay Inslee (D)
    Lieutenant Governor Denny Heck (D)
    Legislature State Legislature
    Upper house State Senate
    Lower house House of Representatives
    Judiciary Washington Supreme Court
    U.S. senators Patty Murray (D)
    Maria Cantwell (D)
    U.S. House delegation 7 Democrats
    3 Republicans (list)

    •Total 71,362sqmi (184,827km2)
    •Land 66,544sqmi (172,587km2)
    •Water 4,757sqmi (12,237km2) 6.6%
    •Rank 18th

    •Length 240mi (400km)
    •Width 360mi (580km)

    1,700ft (520m)

    14,411ft (4,392m)

    (Pacific Ocean)
    0ft (0m)

    •Total 7,887,965[2]
    •Rank 13th
    •Density 103/sqmi (39.6/km2)
    •Rank 25th
    Median household income

    $70,979 (2,017)[3]
    •Income rank

    Demonym(s) Washingtonian

    Official language None (de jure)
    English (de facto)
    Time zone UTC– 08:00 (Pacific)
    USPS abbreviation
    ISO 3166 code US-WA
    Traditional abbreviation Wash.
    Latitude 45°33′ N to 49° N
    Longitude 116°55′ W to 124°46′ W
    Website access.wa.gov


    10 Top Tourist Attractions in Seattle: Ballard Locks, Boeing Factory, Chinatown International District, EMP Museum, Museum Of Flight, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, Seattle Downtown Waterfront, Washington State Ferries, Space Needle