Though the summer season is warmer and dryer, it brings with it hordes of tourists. Pack up your galoshes and discover the best of Seattle during the off season.
The Pike Place Market has been a renowned establishment of Seattle for over a century and boasts a vast variety of restaurants and stores, from farmers market stalls, to crafts markets and beyond. Visitors make a point to head to the world famous Pike Place Fish Market to see the fish mongers throw fish and entertain the crowds. The historic market overlooks Elliott Bay and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers’ markets in the United States.
Seattle’s Pioneer Square is notable for its 19th century architecture and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s a thriving area with so much to see and do, such as museums, attractions, restaurants, stores bars and clubs. There are also tours offered of the world famous subterranean passages. Pioneer Square also has a large number of art galleries scattered throughout–the perfect way to stay indoors during rainy season.
Seattle also has a number of world-renowned restaurants to explore, many of them in the heart of the city. The Travel Channel has focused some of their programs on the city, visiting The Crab Pot, Beth’s Cafe and Red Mill Burgers. There are even several different walking food tours of the city with Savor Seattle Food Tours that include Booze-n-Bites, Hip on the Hill, Chocolate Indulgence, Gourmet Seattle and Tour of Pike Place Market.
Those are just some of the notable places to visit in Seattle. The Space Needle, The Seattle Art Museum, Ballard Locks, Washington Park Arboretum and the Experience Music Project / Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame are also mentioned as some of the top places to visit in the city.
Off-peak season is a wonderful time to visit Seattle, and Seattle Oasis Vacation Rentals has the perfect lodging arrangements for you. Visit our website today to book your perfect trip.