Seattle, Washington Attractions

Unusual landmarks, museums, roadside attractions, and hidden wonders in Seattle and the surrounding area. Aside from icons such as its giant troll, statue of Lenin, and Space Needle, Seattle has turned a wall filled with gum into an attraction, and displays a truck shaped like a human toe in its history museum.

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  • Hat n' Boots

    Hat n' Boots

    Seattle, Washington

    Famous landmark south of Seattle, a former cowboy-themed gas station built in 1954 shaped like a stetson and a pair of boots.

  • The Fremont Troll

    The Fremont Troll

    Seattle, Washington

    A giant concrete troll has been lurking under the north end of the Aurora bridge and snacking on children and cars since 1990.

  • Archie McPhee Catalog Store

    Archie McPhee Catalog Store

    Seattle, Washington

    Novelty item catalog store is also a museum of the weird.

  • Ye Olde Curiosity Shop

    Ye Olde Curiosity Shop

    Seattle, Washington

    Souvenir shop packed to the rafters with animal freaks, oddities, and mummy love couple Sylvia and Sylvester.

  • Space Needle

    Space Needle

    Seattle, Washington

    Pride of the 1962 Seattle World's Fair, and still a popular place to look down upon the city.

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