City Map Seattle + Bellevue Washington US

Seattle and Bellevue, located in Washington state, offer a wide range of attractions and activities for residents and visitors alike. Here are some of the top attractions in these cities and their surrounding areas:


  1. Space Needle: One of Seattle’s most iconic landmarks, the Space Needle offers stunning views of the city and the surrounding area. It also has a rotating restaurant.
  2. Pike Place Market: This historic market is famous for its fresh seafood, local produce, unique shops, and the famous flying fish at the fish market.
  3. Chihuly Garden and Glass: This museum showcases the breathtaking glass art of Dale Chihuly and features an intricate garden with glass sculptures.
  4. Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP): This museum is dedicated to pop culture, with exhibits on music, science fiction, and more.
  5. Seattle Aquarium: Located on the waterfront, the aquarium features a variety of marine life, including sea otters, seals, and a giant Pacific octopus.
  6. Seattle Art Museum: Home to an extensive collection of art from around the world, the museum features both classic and contemporary pieces.
  7. Woodland Park Zoo: This zoo is home to a wide array of animals and offers a fun and educational experience for visitors of all ages.
  8. Seattle Great Wheel: This giant Ferris wheel on the waterfront provides fantastic views of Puget Sound, the city, and the Olympic Mountains.
  9. Discovery Park: Seattle’s largest city park offers hiking trails, beautiful beaches, and the West Point Lighthouse.
  10. Fremont Troll: This quirky sculpture beneath the Aurora Bridge has become a famous photo spot for visitors.


  1. Bellevue Botanical Garden: This beautiful garden showcases a variety of plants and landscapes, making it a peaceful and scenic spot to visit.
  2. Meydenbauer Beach Park: A lovely beachfront park on Lake Washington, it’s a great place for picnicking, swimming, or just enjoying the view.
  3. Bellevue Arts Museum: This museum features a diverse collection of art and crafts, including glass, ceramics, and textiles.
  4. Kelsey Creek Farm Park: A charming farm in the heart of Bellevue, it offers a glimpse into rural life with farm animals and educational programs.
  5. Crossroads Park: This community park has a playground, a water spray area, and a skate park, making it a great spot for families.
  6. Bellevue Square: A premier shopping destination with a wide range of stores and restaurants.
  7. Lake Hills Greenbelt: A beautiful natural area with hiking trails, wetlands, and wildlife, perfect for a relaxing outdoor experience.
  8. KidsQuest Children’s Museum: A fun and educational museum designed for children, featuring interactive exhibits and hands-on activities.
  9. Microsoft Visitor Center: Located at Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, this center offers insights into the company’s history and technology innovations.
  10. Bellevue Downtown Park: A stunning urban park with a reflective pond, a waterfall, and beautiful landscaping.

Both Seattle and Bellevue offer a mix of cultural, natural, and recreational attractions that cater to a wide range of interests, so you’re sure to find something that suits your preferences.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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