Seattle has many interesting landmarks and features that attract millions of tourists every year. Attractions such as the Space Needle, the Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, the monorail, and the Kingdome are really fun, but they can get really crowded which makes your trip not as interesting.
There's more to Seattle than meets the eye. That's why this guide was created: to inform you, the reader, about some of the less common but fun places. Sit back and buckle your seatbelts because the ride is about to begin.
The first stop is going to be Lincoln Park. Lincoln Park is located in West Seattle, on Puget Sound and is fully equipped with a ferry. For those of you who enjoy physical fitness, there is an exercise station, a tennis court, and a playground for children. Also the trails are in excellent condition for going of a short but vigorous hike. Down at the water, there are pits where you can b-b-q.
The next stop that we are going to take is to Myrtle Edwards Park. This park is mostly for those people who want to come and think about things and want some peace and quiet or to watch the fireworks on the fourth of July. Just behind the fence of the park there is a train track with actual trains! It is really fun to set money down on the tracks and watch them be flattened.
Well hopefully with the aide of this brochure, your tour of Seattle will be a fun and interesting one. There are many places in Seattle just waiting to be explored. So go out there and have fun.