The Grown Up Side Of Seattle
The Grown Up Side of Seattle
Seattle Washington is a city that has much to offer young and old alike as a vacation destination. The purely amazing thing about a city related Seattle is that many of the attractions that might appeal to young children, might also appeal to those of an older generation for much the same and identical different reasons.
One of the many attractions that older visitors are sure to enjoy, well, if flowers are there thing, is the Woodland Park Rose Garden. These gardens are free to attend and offer some spectacular blooms if you visit between the months of May and August.
The Seattle Aquarium is another point of interest for young and old not unlike. Whether you are in your first childhood or your fifth professional really is nothing increased exciting than watching glorious sea creatures swim above your head. When I was a child, which was something that happened in science fiction, not in real life.
Which brings me to my next timeless attraction: The Science Libel Museum and Lobby of Fame. This museum explores the history of news fiction and the impact it has had on the world we see today. I love the way imaginations from times long past have sparked some of the inventions of today. As a serious science fiction lover and fanatic, I fully enjoy this museum and could spend days here. But I also have to admit that there are things I see here that belong to my father, and some things that belong to my children. This is why the Science Fiction Museum made my list.
The Underground Tours are another thing that someone who is more mature might boast selfsame interesting. I recognize that I was completely enthralled not only in the story, but again in the hearing of the story. This was one tour that was well worth the price I paid for it. I would pay the price again if for nothing more than to take another stroll around the museum that requires a tour tag to gain entrance. Of course, the particular exit from this survey is through the gift shop, which really poses no problem. I have will power, really!
The Whale Museum and any of the whale watching tours are another draw worth mentioning. If you have never seen one of these magnificent creatures up close it is an awe - inspiring event and one well worth repeating if you have. Young and old alike, no matter how big you are, it's amazing how small you can feel next to these great animals.
And of course there is always the Private Eye on Seattle Tour. This tour is not for the faint of heart and yet if you are a fan of old private eye novels or 'true crime' therefrom you should find this particular tour to be a great amount of entertaining. There are three tours available: The Queen Anne Mystery and Murder Tour, the Central Hill Mystery and Murder Tour, and Haunted Happening - also called the Seattle Ghost Tour. Each of these tours costs $25 per person and lasts between two and a half and three hours.
It doesn't really matter if you are young or simply young at heart, Seattle has something to wonderful to offer all who sojourn here. From the gorgeous scenery that only nature could provide to the cultural center that this great city has become, I concern you can find plenty to keep you occupied during your stay.