The tour of Seattle continued with more places I uncovered than yesterday, thanks to an earlier start and sunny weather!
First stop was the famous Space Needle, which is the main landmark of Seattle. Although a lot of visitors go there to get a view of the city, I wanted to see the view from a different building and I already did it the last two times I was here!
Then, it was on to the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP). This museum has artifacts and the history of pop culture both through music and movies. My favorite parts were the tower of guitars and the Sound Lab where you can create your own music or try out different musical instruments.
Another exhibit I enjoyed was the Holodome, which is an immersive reality space that transports you to incredible places, such as the Seattle Seahawks football field or a journey into a Black Hole.
Then, it was on to the Waterfront, where I got to see the Seattle Aquarium and the Seattle Great Wheel. What I enjoyed best about that area was riding Wings Over Washington, which is a simulator ride that makes you feel like flying over Seattle and the entire state of Washington.
To top everything off, I stopped by the historic Smith Tower because its my last name and its one of the oldest buildings in Seattle. However, the highlight of it all was getting a spectacular view of the city from the Sky View Observatory.
This was definitely without question one of the best views of Seattle, especially during sunset because it looked like something out of a book or postcard. But that’s nothing compared to seeing the view in person!
With one more day of sightseeing left, this is my last chance to uncover more surprises on my tour of Seattle!