Seattle is full of historically important monuments and is perhaps the best place to witness history unfold. The wonderful monuments and the rich history attached with the destination make Seattle one of Top Historical Destinations in the world. Seattle is a very historically important place and thus sees a lot of tourists every year. Whenever you are planning to visit a historical monument in Seattle or a place of historical significance, it is always good to know a little information about the place, its opening and closing times, the ideal duration of visit and the need of tour guide to visit the historical monuments of Seattle. Explore the historical monuments of Seattle with a guided tour or opt for in-depth information of its historical account, this Seattle guide is your go-to option for free. Move to things to do in Seattle page for the complete list of attractions and activities.
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Top Historical Seattle landmarks
Traverse through the finest landmarks and famous historical buildings of Seattle.
#1 of 9 Historical Places in Seattle | Added 30654 times in trip plans
3405 Troll Ave N, Fremont, Seattle, WA 98103
The Fremont Troll, AKA the Troll Under The Bridge is a sculpture in the Fremont neighbourhood of Seattle. With unique features and a tribute to the ‘trolls’ of the neighbourhood, the sculpture attracts hordes of crowds! A perfectly wacky place for a selfie or an instagram picture! The Troll was sculpted by four local artists: ...
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2901 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
06:00 am - 09:00 pm
Olympic Sculpture Park is home to some very interesting sculptures that are surely going to lure out the artist in you. If you are done visiting all the major attractions and just looking for a place for a nice leisurely stroll, this is it. The waterfront is surrounded by lush greenery and accommodates a quiet vibe that will help you unwind. The sc...
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Statue of Lenin, Seattle, WA 98103
12:01 am - 12:00 am
There are a lot of statues of Lenin. This one is a particularly good one - an evocative 5 metres tall bronze sculpture. IT was sculpted by a Bulgarian, Emil Venkov, for Czechoslovakia. After the Velvet Revolution, an english teacher, Lewis Carpenter, found the statue in a scrapyard, bought it and transported it to Seattle. Located in the quirky Fre...
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5900 Lake Washington Blvd S, Seattle, WA 98118
04:00 am - 11:30 pm
This little forested peninsula is apparently a popular loop trail with runners. Bring your dogs along if you can keep them leashed. There's about 300 acres worth of old growth trees, a long bike path, and lots of trails for lots of running. In the middle of the park is an open air amphitheatre of grassy lawns. Birdies will want to keep an eye out f...
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305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109
12:01 am - 12:00 am
Key Arena is a multipurpose arena in Seattle. Head over here if your favourite musician is having a concert or if your favourite ice hockey team or basketball team is playing! The arena is also known to have hosted circuses in its premises. Built in the year 1962, the Key Arena has gone through a lot of renovations and name changes to reach its pre...
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321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, United States
12:01 am - 12:00 am
In the mood to watch an opera or a ballet while in Seattle? Head over to the McCaw Hall and watch one! The McCaw hall is owned by the City of Seattle. Its resident tenants are Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet. McCaw Hall includes state-of-the-art 2,900-seat Susan Brotman Auditorium, a 380-seat Nesholm Family Lecture Hall and a 17,800 squa...
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1554 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102
09:00 am - 08:00 pm
This graveyard is just to the north of Volunteer Park, and it has an impressive list of significant personalities buried here - artists, painters, a Native American Princess, a mayor, senior newspaper editors, poets and so on. Also on site is the Nisei War Memorial. But no one visits their graves, because one grave in particular has become the mecc...