Virtual Tours & Guides
TONS of interactive 360 degree views of various Seattle
locations. VERY COOL!
A virtual tour of the city, and other Helpful
Find 360 degree, navigable panoramic views of many of
Seattle's popular attractions with information and still
shots also available.
Post-Intelligencer Visitors' Guide
Find festivals, free entertainment, restaraunts, beaches,
everything Seattle has to offer.
A complete guide to Seattle Center, including events,
attractions, & map.
Walk Through the Garden
A virtual tour through the beautiful gardens at University
A guide to the happenings, attractions, and local businesses
You can find anything related to Seattle at this site.
Media Photo Gallery
Some VERY beautiful pictures of the Seattle area &
the Pacific Northwest.
More than 100 pictures of the Seattle area.
Own Seattle Picture Gallery
Pictures I took of Seattle and surrounding areas in
1996. Just started building this page in late August
'99 - so parts are under construction.
Seattle photo gallery
Pictures of the space needle, & other sights around
Seattle. Some in black & white.
PictureBox tour and screensaver
Themed picture tours of the Seattle area and screen
Chan's Washington Photos
Pictures from Washington (including Rainier, Olympic,
and Skagit Valley) and from other Pacific Northwestern
states. These photos are copyrighted.
Commercial photographs of the natural beauty of the
Northwest Photography Gallery
Commercial photos- Mostly Seattle, but strectching from
Vancouver, B.C. to San Francisco.
G. Willbanks Photography
Another commercial site with beautiful pictures of the
Beautiful professional photos of Seattle and Washington
Stock photos of Space Needle, the downtown skyline,
waterfront, parks, marinas and many other Seattle locations.
Links to many more Seattle photo sites.
Live Web Cams
Queen Hotel Needle Cam
Live view of the Space Needle. This one updates every
couple of seconds & change views about every couple
of minutes. You can actually watch the clouds float by
on this one.
Space Needle cam
Live cam pointing at the space needle, also a collage
of other Seattle web cams, panoramic views of the city
in the day and the night, and a Photo Gallery.
Very nice live pictures of Puget Sound. You can also look
at pictures archived throughout the day, movies, and pictures
of the Kalakala.
More than 90 live cameras in Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma,
Snoqualmie and surrounding areas.
Live cams Lake Union in Seattle - COMING SOON.
Located in the Fishermen's Terminal with a view of the
Ballard Draw Bridge, Ship Canal, and the Fishermen's Memorial.
Anne Tower Cam
KIRO's live cam on the Queen Anne Tower, looking over
of the Needle
KIRO's live cam looking over downtown Seattle.
Another construction cam of the new stadium.
KIRO's live cam from Sea-Tac airport.
Live cam positioned over UW's Red Square. Also, archived
shots and movies.
Changing views of the waters off San Juan Island where
the resident whale community is often seen. Beautiful!
Live view Pike Place Public Market at 1st & Pike.
Live cams at Friday Harbor on San Juan Island.
Check out ferries of several locations or take a virtual
Live cams Rosario Resort located on East Sound - Orcas
Roche Harbor - San Juan Island.
Bay Cam Cam
Fisherman Bay - Lopez Island.
Interesting view of a highrise apt bldg and the Space
An up to the minute look at the entrance to the Winslow
ferry on Bainbridge Island to Seattle.
Overlooking Lake Washington and Renton municipal airport.
Pointed toward Mt Rainier from the famous Pike Place Market.
Not the best quality, but it's another view.
View of the nearby Lake Sammamish.
Another view of Mt Rainier. This one from the Crystal
View Varies. Mounted at the top of a tower located on
the SE corner of Lake Washington, views include Cities
of Renton, Kent, Seatac, the areas of Skyline, Rainier
Beach, Mercer Island, Lake Washington, downtown Seattle,
Puget Sound & the Olympic Mountains.
Live construction cam of Seattle's new football/soccer
stadium and pictures and movies of the Kingdome implosion.
Seattle Center Attractions:
The webpage of Seattle's most famous attraction.
Needle - World's Fair 1962
See what the Needle looked like the year it was built.
It wasn't always white... it WAS orange and yellow. OOO-WEE!
Exhibits, planetarium, IMAX, laser shows, and don't forget
to see the naked
A gaint fountain to relax at and take in some music, &
watch the seagulls fight over a pile of spilled popcorn,
or run around it and take your chances on getting wet
during one of it's shows. Waterfront
Underwater dome, animal exhibits, hands-on activities,
IMAX Omnidome 180 degree screen & more.
Take a day cruise to the San Juan Islands, and maybe take
in some whale watching.
Catch a whale watching tour with the Mosquito Fleet.
Olde Curiosity Shop - Pier 54
Looking for fun & weird? Try Ye Olde Curiosity Shop. Not
just any souvenier shop, but also a museum of oddities
like a siamese twin calf, fleas in dresses, entire paintings
on the heads of pins, and the Lord's Prayer engraved on
a grain of rice. Other Attractions:
Seafirst Center 73rd Floor Observation Deck
Seattle's highest outlook.
543 acre park including sea cliffs, thickets, 2 miles
of tidal beaches, meadows, forest groves, active sand
dunes, streams and mountain views.
Parks, gardens, zoos, aquariums, trails & more.
Park & Recreation info
Parks, gardens, beaches, activities &more.
Admission is FREE. Has European and American art of the
19th & 20th centuries and a collection of local art of
the Pacific Northwest.
This place is amazing! One of Seattle's most popular attractions.
Shop for produce & handmade items, be entertained by street
performers, and don't forget to duck the low flying fish
at the famous pike place fish market.
Here's another weird one. The Fremont Troll. A gaint sculpture
of a troll holding a VW bug built under the Aurora Avenue
bridge. Fun photo opportunity.
Contains a large collection of historic aircraft.
Everett Factory Tour
Watch the world's largest commercial planes being built
in the world's biggest building.
Trek Wildlife Park
Narrarated tours by tram. Over 400 acres.
Ride an amphibious landing craft used by the United States
Army during World War II. Tour Seattle by land and by
sea. Sites include Downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market,
Pioneer Square, along the harbor, funky Fremont, and then
splash into Lake Union where you?ll tour Portage Bay and
see Seattle?s lovely houseboats!
In 1889, Seattle had a great fire. When the city began
to rebuild, they decided to raise the street level to
above the 1st story of buildings that already existed,
which created an "underground city". Tillicum
Blake Island Native American experience including authentic
food, dance, and art.
Watch the boats travel through the locks and salmon climb
the fish ladders or visit the beautiful botanical garden.
Visitors can stroll the retail shops including a seafood
market, a gift shop, a nautical supply store, a tavern
and a restaraunt, Chinook's, with quite a seafood menu.
History, live pictures, seismic info, 1980 eruption &
Parking downtown can be expensive. You may
want to consider some of the many public transportation
options Seattle has to offer...
Including the FREE
ride area of downtown.
Bus tunnel stations are all in the free ride area.
If you want to take in some of the sights on the waterfront
and in Pioneer Square, the streetcar is the perfect way
to get around.
Runs between Seattle Center (across from the Space Needle)
& Westlake Center (Fifth and Pine Street).
Take a bus to and from the airport, or park
& ride to avoid airport traffic.
Weather - Weather Channel
Weather - USA Today
Find your way around with these two interactive mapping
Pacific Northwest Native American
Northwest Native American Art
Explains the colors & shapes used in the art, also
Tells the stories of the animals used in the totem poles.
of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest Coast
Totem and Wildlife art and stories of the Pacific Northwest.
Haida, Tlingit, Kwakuitl, Salish, and Bella Coola.
DAVIDSON Haida Printmaker
Probably the best artist of the Northwest Coast style.
Masks, Totems, Panels & Boxes, Rattles & Bowls, Prints
and more of the Northwest Coast.
Tons of Northwest Aboriginal art.
North America's largest Northwest Coast native art gallery.
Pacific Northwest Coast Native Indian Artists and their
Art and culture of the Tsimshian, Haida, Nuxalk (Bella
Coola), Central Coast, Nuu-Chah-Nulth (Nootka), and Coast
Art and culture.
Gallery of Vancouver
Inuit and exceptional Northwest Coast Native art.
Carved wood Totems, Doors, Plaques, Paddles.
Carver Israel Shotridge
The traditional and contemporary Tlingit art of Israel
Artists and Arts of Ye Olde Curiosity Shop
Info about masks & totem poles and their legends. Also,
local artists and their work available for purchase.
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