By An Trieu
February 19, 2021
Are you new to Seattle? are you planning a trip to Seattle and looking for some cool iconic spots to view the city or snap a few pictures for memories? Keep on tapping!
VIEW FROM SEATTLE FERRY
Plan a day trip to Bainbridge or Bremerton. Seattle Skyline is incredible, especially viewed from atop of the ferry.
harbor ave viewpoint
It's located near Alki Beach in West Seattle. Access to this part of the city is via water taxi or car.
JACK BLOCK PARK
A small neighborhood park in West Seattle ft. a 45-ft hight Observation Tower. There's also beach access and paths for biking.
DR. JOSE p. RIZAL BRIDGE
Green-colored steel bridge that connects International District to Beacon Hill. It's iconic and historic with incredible Seattle city views.
MT. BAKER RIDGE VIEWPOINT
Viewing platform known as 'sun marking instrument' with sundial stones that locals love to gather to view solstice sunsets.
GAS WORKS PARK
This is where you go when you want a postcard-perfect shot of Seattle. It's my favorite and most-frequent park in Seattle.
ELLA BAILEY PARK
One of my favorite parks in the Magnolia neighborhood for the classic Seattle view and picnic.
Unmatched view of the city with tilting glass benches and a revolving glass floor. A must if you're visiting Seattle for the first time.
Public floating viewing platform located on the Seattle Waterfront. It's my favorite spot to view the sunset in the city.
A very popular iconic spot in Seattle to view the city skyline, Puget Sound, and Mt. Rainier.