Narrowing down a list of top things to do in Seattle is quite the challenge. The beautiful city has plenty of fun and exciting attractions that will suit the interests of every traveler. Whether you decide to take a coffee class in the land of Starbucks, check out Pioneer Square (to get acquainted with Seattle’s stunning architecture) or explore the Space Needle, which is an iconic part of the city’s landmark, you are guaranteed to have a good time. Here is our travel guide for an unforgettable, plus size friendly experience in Seattle.
Top Plus Size Friendly Things to do in Seattle
Whether you believe in the spiritual world or are skeptical of ghosts, it would be hard to find another activity as spooky, fun, and characteristic of Seattle as a ghost tour. My favorite thing about Seattle’s ghost tours is the fact that you are accompanied by a real paranormal investigator who has tons of scary and interesting stories to tell, including some that have happened in Pioneer Square. At the end of the tour, you will go through a haunted underground room which is the cherry on top. Just be ready to get spooked!
Located in Capitol Hill, the Starbucks Reserve is a place like no other. Imagine your average Starbucks on steroids – that is the best way to describe it. In the giant roastery, you will find impressive copper machinery that roasts the coffee beans and multiple bars that offer a taste of the drink of your choice. Of course, the Starbucks Reserve is also an excellent place to buy coffee accessories and connect with your inner barista. If you end up visiting the coffee haven, make sure to taste its signature drink – the cold brew float.
Discover the Lake Union
There is truly nothing better than enjoying a sunny day near the lakeside. But – if you add a boat – you get an even more fantastic experience. Although it might not be the best choice when traveling on a budget, you are guaranteed to have stunning views of the gorgeous Lake Union. Visit docks in East Queen Anne, admire the beauty of your surroundings and simply soak in the magic of the lake.
Although Chateau Ste. Michelle – Washington State’s oldest winery – is technically located outside of Seattle, it is fairly close and worth including in your itinerary. Just a 20 minute ride away, you will find the charming chateau, which is nestled on 105 acres of wooded forest. Taste its yummy wine while taking in the beautiful vista of the location. For those who want to experience the winery in all of its glory should book some of its more unique experiences, like a private igloo or a feature flight tasting.
Seattle does sound like a dream, doesn’t it? Thanks to its rich culture and active city life, thousands of people swarm to it every year. But don’t just believe us. Instead, visit and see how Seattle made it to our list of 5 Best Fall Vacation Spots!