Shimmering stars and moon watching in the greater Seattle area requires a clear, dark night away from the city lights. Looking at the night sky is perfect for all ages, and requires minimal equipment. It’s the perfect way to spend a warm summer’s evening with friends and family.
With everything that the Seattle area has to offer in the summer, it’s hard to pick out just a few activities for a weekend. Stick to this list and you’ll end your long weekend in the Pacific Northwest feeling fully satisfied.
Check out these local Seattle parks that are known for providing the best unobstructed views of the most colorful sunsets in the Pacific Northwest.
If you’re already a knitting lover, but need a few places that’ll welcome your people-watching, needle-working ways, these are the best places to knit in Seattle.
If you are looking for a viewing place for the Space Needle’s fantastic New Year’s Eve fireworks show, you can find a spot at a local park, an evening cruise, or an overnight hotel with special deals and bird’s eye views. Here are some of our favorites.
In the mood to find a quiet place off the beaten path for a day of relaxation, solitude or romance? Here are some beautiful options in the nearby area – Discovery Park, Carkeek Park, Kerry Park, Cal Anderson Park and Kubota Garden never fail to disappoint.