Outings like these can help a person to feel at home in a new place, or more at home, in a familiar place.
This page features points of interest for new-comers, and others, to visit in Seattle.
For readers living elsewhere, we include suggestions for similar excursions at the end of each page. Please, share your similar activity. Where did you go? What did you see? What did you do?
We welcome your reactions in the comments section. Please, tell us about your adventures.
This list of articles first ran as a blog series in 2016. Most are also in the blog archive.
SIGHTS TO SEE:
FIRST THURSDAY ART WALK
SOUTH SEATTLE COLLEGE ARBORETUM
SCHMITZ PRESERVE PARK
WASHINGTON PARK ARBORETUM
SOUTHWEST SPOKANE STREET BRIDGE
THE FRYE MUSEUM–always FREE!
THE DUWAMISH LONGHOUSE AND CULTURAL CENTER
THE WEST SEATTLE BEE GARDEN
MICHAEL HALADY CARVED POLE
STACEY STERLING MURALS
MING FAY’S PILLAR ARC, US COURTHOUSE PLAZA
TRAVELLING WITH OUT MOVEMENT, MURAL BY HEBRU BRANTLEY
LEO SEWELL’S JUNK PENGUIN AT PACIFIC PLACE
THAI FISH AT CHINESE GARDEN, SOUTH SEATTLE COLLEGE
GINNY RUFFNER’S THE URBAN GARDEN, 7TH AND UNION
MORRIE ALEXANDER’S THE RAVEN AND THE SALMON LADY
PETER REIQUAM’S NINE LIVES: FREMONT FIRE STATION
ANNIE HAN AND DANIEL MIHALYO: RE-STACK
ELLEN FORNEY’S WALKING FINGERS: CAPITOL HILL LIGHT RAIL STATION
B.F.DAY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ MURALS:B.F.DAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL