6 Things to do in Seattle

One day I was talking to my parents about veganism and yoga, my father said something very funny, “Your’e such a hippie. But not like a San Francisco hippie, more than that, you’re more like Seattle or Portland.” Well thank you Daddy, how would you like me to make you a green quinoa bowl when I get back from Bikram. He actually hates the whole concept of hot yoga, he thinks it should all be like a yin flow. So I am really excited to see the amazing city of Seattle, home to Amazon and the Space Needle.

Here are my top 6 things I’d love to see on my Catholic millennial road trip:

  1. Space Needle: Since I’ve already mentioned it, I might as well do it first. This place is 520 feet in the air and has 360 views of the city. It has a restaurant called Sky City for those who aren’t afraid of heights.
  2. Museum of Pop Culture: This is possibly the place I would be most excited to see. It has a Fantasy World exhibit which has things from The Wizard of Oz, Game of Thrones, and the Chronicles of Narnia.
  3. St. James Cathedral: This spectacular parish is built in a Renaissance architectural style and has a shrine devoted to the Blessed Mother. But I think one of the coolest things is that it houses the relics of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini who actually worshipped our Lord there.
  4. Chihuly Garden and Glass: This beautiful glass house is 40 feet tall and houses 8 galleries with three drawing walls. The gardens have four huge structures great for photos.
  5. Seattle Great Wheel: This is a giant ferris wheel that reminds me of the London Eye. It’s 175 feet tall! I don’t really like heights but Seattle seems like the place that I’ll have to get over that fear.
  6. Kubota Garden: If you’ve been following this series, you know I love the nature preserves, gardens, and the like. This is a 20 acre Japanese style garden fit with streams, waterfalls, and ponds. The designer, Fujitaro Kubota, was a self taught gardener!

If you have any recommendations on things to see in Seattle, please write them in the comments below. If you’ve missed any of the other Dream City Trip posts, click here. And subscribe to see more, we have a lot of cities left to cover, and hopefully travel diaries of these amazing places some day. If you enjoyed this post, consider sharing it on social media and becoming a supporter of TheGenFem, here.

Thank you, and have a sparkly day!


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