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 Sioux Falls, SD 57105


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Viborg, SD 57070


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Seattle, Washington

Sites Around Seattle

  • Space Needle Observation Deck—The Space Needle provides a 360 degree view from 520 feet above sea level.  Built in 1962, the Space Needle still stands as Seattle’s most-recognized tourist attraction.  It is a 602 foot needle that looks like a huge flying saucer on a towering tripod. On the way up to the observation deck, entertaining and comedic elevator operators rattle off fun facts and invite visitors to test their Needle knowledge.


  • Seattle Aquarium--Otters are the highlight on any visit to Seattle Aquarium. The friendly looking, furry critters are just so cute--no matter what they're doing that it's hard to tear yourself away from their spacious habitat.  The main highlight is the underwater dome that submerges visitors beneath the waves of an encapsulated Puget Sound, putting them face to face with a host of indigenous Pacific Northwest marine life, including the giant octopi that live in its murky depths. No aquarium would be complete without an educational component, and here that includes a marine touch tank for children and information on the life cycle of salmon.


  • Museum of Glass--A gleaming steel cone, 90 feet tall, tilt’s at an improbable angle as its house-sized base emerges from within the building and tapers toward the sky. The huge cone is both the roof and the chimney vent of the museum's Hot Shop Amphitheater glass studio. The museum's galleries host rotating exhibitions of contemporary glass art and related media from an international slate of artists. World-renowned glass sculptor Dale Chihuly is a Tacoma native, and his hand was behind the Bridge of Glass, an elevated pedestrian walkway connecting the glass museum to the nearby Washington State History Museum.


  • Pike Place Market—Sights, smells, and sounds make Pike Place a great place to visit for first time visitors to Seattle.  Fishmongers entice buyers with their loud hawking and salmon throwing antics.  Farm fresh produce is piled along the aisles, and local artisan display their art.  There are also restaurants, a brewery, and specialty shops that have everything from antiques to movie ephemera fill the multi-level maze.


Visit Seattle

Seattle is a thriving cultural, artistic, and fun-loving city, with an estimated 652,205 residents as of 2013. Start the day with a visit to one of the city's many coffee shops. The coffee shop phenomenon got its start here, so you'll get to try the best of all coffee. After a latte, head over to the Pike Place Market.


Diners of Seattle are very demanding of their restaurants - the restaurants do not disappoint. For a glimpse into how Seattle used to look, head to the Pioneer Square District, the area's huge concentration of art galleries, restaurants, and pubs, in addition to the Klondike Gold Rush Museum.


For a look into the future, make sure to visit Seattle Center, built for the 1962 World's Fair and home to the Space Needle.


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