Century Ballroom

Capitol Hill

If you've ever wanted to learn Swing, Salsa or Tango, this is the place to do so. Located in the middle of Capitol Hill, Century Ballroom was founded in 1997 to...

  • Performing arts
  • Other

Olympic Sculpture Park

Lower Queen Anne

The Olympic Sculpture Park is a 9-acre outdoor sculpture museum that is operated by the Seattle Art Museum. Created in 2007, the park is home to several permanent...

  • Water fun
  • Walking
  • Playground
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Museum
  • Park
  • Natural Attraction

Pike Place Market

Downtown Seattle

Founded in 1907 and built on a steep hill overlooking Elliot Bay, Pike Place Market is one of the oldest continuously operating public farmers' markets in the United...

  • Shopping Street
  • Art
  • Walking

Triple Door

Downtown

Founded in 2003, The Triple Door is a dinner theater, lounge and music venue that hosts a wide variety of events from weekly cabaret to local and internationally...

  • Performing arts
  • Cultural & Historical

Howell Park

Madrona

Known by only a select few, Howell Beach is a secluded nude beach that can only be accessed by footpath. While Denney-Blaine is home to many scantily clad queers,...

  • Nude beach
  • Outdoor Adventure

45th Avenue

Wallingford

The center of Seattle's quaint Wallingford neighborhood, 45th Avenue provides plenty of restaurants, low-key dive bars, and independent retail shops. Make sure to...

  • Shopping Street
  • Walking
  • Neighborhood

5th Avenue

Capitol Hill

The eccentric and affluent influences of Capitol Hill collide in 15th Avenue's quaint cluster of shops and restaurants. Enjoy a Northwest-inspired breakfast at...

  • Neighborhood
  • Neighborhood
  • Walking

5th Avenue Theater

Downtown

A landmark theatre located in the heart of downtown Seattle, The 5th Avenue Theatre hosts a variety of theatre productions with an emphasis on musical theatre. Take...

  • Performing arts

Alki Beach

West Seattle

Alki is one of Seattle's only sandy beaches - and its only sandy beach with bars and restaurants only a few feet away from the sand. Buy some Thai food an get comfy...

  • Public beach
  • Natural Attraction
  • Walking
  • Bicycle
  • Park
  • Water fun

Alki Beach Park

West Seattle

One of Seattle's largest Parks, West Seattle's Alki Beach Park is complete with volleyball nets, a 2.5 mile-long jogging and cycling path, plenty of space for...

  • Water fun
  • Walking
  • Park
  • Natural Attraction

Bainbridge Island

Bainbridge Island

Spend a day on the beach, perusing through local shops, exploring Northwest woodlands, and getting to know one of Washington's treasures. Once a secluded town of...

  • Water fun
  • Walking
  • Playground
  • Excursions
  • Bicycle
  • Art

Ballard Avenue

Ballard

Ballard Avenue and Market Street are quickly becoming some of Seattle's trendiest shopping and dining destinations. Be sure to check on the Farmer's Market on...

  • Shopping Street
  • Walking
  • Neighborhood

Benaroya Hall Seattle Symphony

Downtown

Home to the Seattle Symphony, Benaroya Hall hosts nightly productions, concerts, benefit shows, and solo artists from around the world. Built in 1998, the venue is...

  • Performing arts
  • Cultural & Historical

Border Riders Motorcycle Club

Capitol Hill

The Border Riders Motorcycle Club offers recreational motorcycle touring for gay men. The club hosts campouts, socials, and day rides, which are open to any legally...

  • Excursions
  • Motor sport or tour
  • City Tour

Broadway

Capitol Hill

Dive in to the heart of Seattle's counter culture with a walk down Broadway on Capitol Hill. This has historically been the nexus of Seattle's gay scene, and the...

  • Shopping Street
  • Walking
  • Performing arts
  • Neighborhood
  • Cinema
  • Art

Cal Anderson Park

Capitol Hill

One of Seattle's queer hubs during all times of the year, Cal Anderson Park is located at the heart of Capitol Hill. The park consists of a fountain, a jungle gym,...

  • Walking
  • Playground
  • Park
  • Excursions

Carkeek Park Beach

North Seattle

Carkeek beach is a small beach over the train tracks from Carkeek Park. A great place to sit and watch the sun set over the Olympic Mountains. Bring a bottle of wine...

  • Public beach
  • Playground
  • Natural Attraction
  • Water fun
  • Park
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Walking

Central Cinema

Central District

One of Seattle's few-remaining independent movie theaters, Central Cinema is a dine-in theater located in Seattle's Central District. The theater screens second-run...

  • Cinema

Copperworks Distilling Company

Downtown

For the traveler who is serious about spirits, Copperworks Distilling Company is a must.  This craft distillery in the heart of Seattle's downtown waterfront...

  • Excursions

Crystal Mountain

Enumclaw, WA

Seattle's surrounding mountains are not only ideal destinations for the winter sport enthusiast. With several routes that stay open year round, Crystal Mountain...

  • Winter sport
  • Mountain biking
  • Hiking
  • Excursions

Denny-Blaine Park

Denny-Blaine

Lake Washington's Denny-Blaine Park is home-base for Seattle's lesbian and queer communities during the summer. Its grassy beach, playfully known as Dykiki (Dyke +

  • Nude beach
  • Park
  • Water fun

Discovery Park Beach

Magnolia

With nearly 12 miles of walking trails, a lighthouse that looms over the Puget Sound, and some of the best bird watching in Seattle; Discovery Park is a great...

  • Public beach
  • Water fun
  • Walking
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Park
  • Natural Attraction
  • Hiking
  • Cultural & Historical

Elaia Spa

Downtown

This LGBT-Q friendly day spa (it closes at 8:30p.m.), is found inside Olive 8, Seattle's first certified LEED hotel. Don't come here to cruise but do...

  • Eco Tourism

Experience Music Project

Lower Queen Anne

Its iconic shape only outdone by its neighbor, the Space Needle, the Experience Music Project is a nonprofit museum dedicated to contemporary popular culture. The...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Museum

Fremont Avenue

Fremont

One of Seattle's quirkiest neighborhoods, Fremont is the self-proclaimed "Center of the Universe". The neighborhood's bohemian, offbeat lifestyle is showcased by the...

  • Neighborhood
  • Art
  • Neighborhood
  • Walking

Gasworks Park

Wallingford

Converted into a national park in 1975, Gas Works Park contains remnants of the sole remaining coal gasification plant in the U.S. Pack a picnic, explore the park's...

  • Walking
  • Park
  • Cultural & Historical

Golden Gardens

Ballard

One of Seattle's most popular summer beaches, Golden Gardens features a sandy beach, bonfire pits, jungle gym, outdoor grills and picnic spaces. Get there early if

  • Public beach
  • Bicycle
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Water fun
  • Natural Attraction
  • Walking

Golden Gardens Park

Sunset Hill

One of Seattle's most popular parks, Golden Gardens is an ideal destination for a picnic and a place to watch the sunset. Arrive early in the afternoon if you hope...

  • Water fun
  • Park

Green Lake Park

Green Lake

Located between two densely populated Seattle neighborhoods, Green Lake is easily one of the city's most popular parks. Rent a paddleboat or canoe and get a good...

  • Water sport & adventure
  • Water fun
  • Walking
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Natural Attraction
  • Excursions

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks

Ballard

Locally known as the Ballard Locks after the popular nearby neighborhood, the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks are one of Seattle's most popular tourist attractions. The...

  • Water fun
  • Park
  • Natural Attraction
  • Cultural & Historical