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    • 9.0
      Performing Arts
      301 Mercer St (at 3rd Ave N), Seattle
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      • Chris O.

        Chris O. • December 9, 2014Be sure to pre-order your drinks for intermission! Just tell the bartender what you want before the show starts, pay, and they will be waiting for you.

    • 9.0
      Art Museum
      305 Harrison St (at Seattle Center), Seattle
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      • Beth B.

        Beth B. • July 13, 2018Fell in love with Chihuly years ago but seeing this collection in Seattle is very special and must see. Buy the package deal of tickets to the museum and the space needle which is next door.

    • 8.9
      Museum$$$$
      325 5th Ave N (at Harrison St), Seattle
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      • Billy A.

        Billy A. • September 7, 2015Most likely the coolest pop culture museum I've ever been to. Movies, music, video games....you name it. It's there.

    • 8.7
      Movie Theater
      200 2nd Ave N (in Pacific Science Center), Seattle
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      • Suma K.

        Suma K. • May 10, 2015Major upgrade from what it used to be. Seats are comfy, well-spaced, and the acoustics are incredible. Worth every penny.

    • 8.7
      Opera House
      1020 John St, Seattle
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      • Jean P.

        Jean P. • January 24, 2013Join Seattle Opera Bravo Club if you are between the ages of 21-39 for amazing discounts on tickets, free wine in the Bravo Lounge during intermission and a season full of fantastic events.

    • 8.7
      Indie MoviesView Prices
      511 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle
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      • Jack R.

        Jack R. • August 7, 2015The coolest movie theater in the city! 4 screens, beer, tons of local films, and super friendly staff.

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      • Kornel R.

        Kornel R. • July 22, 2016A must if you're a Trekkie!

    • 8.6
      Museum
      440 5th Ave N, Seattle
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      • Brenda S.

        Brenda S. • June 17, 2017Exhibits about helping others, it is informative and inspiring. Love the interactive exhibits where you can create and express self about various issues.

    • 8.6
      Opera House
      321 Mercer St (at Seattle Center), Seattle
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      • Lu B.

        Lu B. • January 23, 2020Arrive a bit earlier, park across the street.. you get a good parking spot close to the walking entrance.. is safe and let you exit quick

    • 8.5
      Music Venue
      Seattle
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    • 8.5
      Science Museum$$$$
      200 2nd Ave N (200 Second Ave), Seattle
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      • Tacia C.

        Tacia C. • August 9, 2014Awesome museums and constant events going on. Try the new food court. A little spendy, but lots of different options.

    • 8.4
      Performing Arts
      100 W Roy St (at 1st Ave W), Seattle
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      • Siannfair

        Siannfair • June 7, 2010General seating, so arrive early. Also, check out their website for OtB.tv -- you can pay to see videos of performances that you missed or that you loved so much, you just have to see them again!

    • 8.3
      Theater
      155 Mercer St, Seattle
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      • Robert R.

        Robert R. • November 25, 2016Their lineup of performances have always been on the money. Any seat has a quality view, but wished the prices were a bit inexpensive.

    • 8.3
      Exhibit
      Seattle
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      • Tim S.

        Tim S. • July 7, 2021All of it! I really enjoyed it!

    • 8.2
      Music Venue
      325 5th Ave N (at Harrison St), Seattle
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      • Paul D.

        Paul D. • October 16, 2011Just. Plain. Cool. Great architecture, great museum, great way to get out of the rain and enjoy the experience.

    • 8.0
      Indie Movies
      305 Harrison St (Seattle Center NW Room), Seattle
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      • Stacie B.

        Stacie B. • April 6, 2014Seats are a little stuffed for those with short legs and venue is quite small but great programs there.

    • 8.0
      Theater
      201 Thomas St (at 2nd Ave N), Seattle
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      • Anson F.

        Anson F. • December 1, 2012Subscribers can get seated 15 minutes before non-subscribers. Also you can pre-order intermission snacks before the show starts. Huge time saver.

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      • Niki Katherine H.

        Niki Katherine H. • July 18, 2011Sit down and listen to videos that are part of the Nirvana: Oral History project. Great primary source interviews.

    • 7.8
      Art Gallery
      325 5th Ave N (at Harrison St), Seattle
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      • Abhijeet G.

        Abhijeet G. • January 6, 2010Awesome place for sci-fi fans. Great memorabilia from movies and TV shows, lots of history. Overall, just awesome.

    • 7.6
      Exhibit
      325 5th Ave N, Seattle
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      • Enrique G.

        Enrique G. • August 26, 2017The best rockstar in the PNW

    • 7.5
      Exhibit
      Seattle
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      • Maxim B.

        Maxim B. • August 14, 2011Great place to check your musical abilities:)

    • 7.5
      Exhibit
      325 5th Ave N, Seattle
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      • Enrique G.

        Enrique G. • August 16, 2018Super fun to come with my kid!

    • 7.5
      Art Gallery
      Warren Ave N & Republican St (in Seattle Center), Seattle
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      • Bebe B.

        Bebe B. • July 5, 2012Always all ages. Grab a club card to get a $1 off most shows!

    • 7.4
      Theater
      305 Harrison St (Seattle Center House), Seattle
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      • Abby B.

        Abby B. • May 11, 2013Fun for the kiddos!

    • 7.1
      Fair
      Seattle Center Fountain Lawn, Seattle
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      • Tracy O.

        Tracy O. • July 20, 2013Great variety of food choices as well as lots of Free samples!

    • 7.0
      Theater
      305 Harrison St, Seattle
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      • Jeremy B.

        Jeremy B. • July 11, 2012"Human Forms in Balance," N Entrance Foyer. "Queue VI," N Entrance Foyer. "Migrare," W Façade. "Seattle Center Totem," SW Corner of Building. "Circus Ring Plaza," S Plaza.

    • 6.9
      Music Venue
      200 2nd Ave N (Denny & 2nd Ave N), Seattle
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      • Marika B.

        Marika B. • July 30, 2011There are free earplugs for those who want them! Just ask before going inside the actual Dome.

    • 6.8
      Science Museum
      200 2nd Ave N, Seattle
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      • Patricia T.

        Patricia T. • June 14, 2021Take a moment to admire a butterfly. They're beautiful, calming & peaceful. My characters in my sequel are visiting this particular tropical oasis while visiting Seattle. They love it.

    • 6.7
      Theater
      201 Mercer St, Seattle
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    • 6.7
      Performing Arts
      Seattle Center, Seattle
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      • Brett G.

        Brett G. • August 25, 2013Keep up on all the great free events at the Seattle Center. So awesome to have a city center that is for locals and tourists alike to enjoy the amazing city.

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