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100 Weird Things to do in Seattle!

 Some are free, some other places may charge a fee, but there's plenty of Weird Things to Do in Seattle!

  1. 1. Visit the Fremont Troll under the Aurora Bridge.
  2. 2. Attend the annual Fremont Solstice Parade where people paint themselves in crazy colors.
  3. 3. Take a photo with the "Waiting for the Interurban" sculpture in Fremont.
  4. 4. Check out the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) designed by Frank Gehry.
  5. 5. Explore the quirky shops and cafes in the Ballard neighborhood.
  6. 6. Go on an underground tour of Seattle's historic underground city.
  7. 7. Visit the Gum Wall in Post Alley near Pike Place Market.
  8. 8. Take a ride on the Seattle Great Wheel on the waterfront.
  9. 9. Visit the Center for Wooden Boats and take a free Sunday public sail.
  10. 10. Attend the Seattle International Film Festival.
  11. 11. Visit the Seattle Pinball Museum and play vintage pinball machines.
  12. 12. Visit the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) and see the iconic Hammering Man sculpture.
  13. 13. Go to the Pacific Science Center and visit the Tropical Butterfly House.
  14. 14. Take a ride on the Seattle Monorail.
  15. 15. Visit the quirky shops and cafes in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

  16. 16. Check out the Olympic Sculpture Park along the waterfront.
  17. 17. Take a walk through the Volunteer Park Conservatory.
  18. 18. Visit the Seattle Public Library's Central Branch designed by Rem Koolhaas.
  19. 19. Explore the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit at Seattle Center.
  20. 20. Visit the Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park.
  21. 21. Attend a show at the Can Can Cabaret in Pike Place Market.
  22. 22. Visit the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) in South Lake Union.
  23. 23. Explore the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park in Pioneer Square.
  24. 24. Visit the Seattle Aquarium on the waterfront.
  25. 25. Take a stroll through the Seattle Japanese Garden in the Washington Park Arboretum.
  26. 26. Attend the Seattle Hmong New Year Celebration in the Seattle Center Armory.
  27. 27. Check out the University of Washington's Burke Museum of Natural 28, History and Culture.
  28. 29. Visit the Living Computer Museum and see vintage computers.
  29. 30. Explore the Woodland Park Zoo and see the animals.
  30. Visit the Boeing Museum of Flight and see historic aircraft.
  31. Attend the Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival at Seattle Center.
  32. Explore the Waterfall Garden Park in Pioneer Square.
  33. Attend a performance at the Seattle Repertory Theatre.
  34. Take a walk through the Seattle Chinese Garden in South Seattle.
  35. Explore the Seattle Underground Film Festival.
  36. Attend the Northwest Folklife Festival at Seattle Center.
  37. Check out the Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair.
  38. Visit the Nordic Heritage Museum in Ballard.
  39. Attend the Seattle Beer Week events.
  40. Visit the Seattle Children's Museum at Seattle Center.
  41. Take a walk along the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Ballard.
  42. Attend the Seattle International Beerfest.
  43. Check out the Seattle Tattoo Expo.
  44. Visit the Frye Art Museum in First Hill.
  45. Take a ride on the Seattle Streetcar in South Lake Union.
  46. Attend the Seattle International Comedy Competition.
  47. Visit the Henry Art Gallery on the University of Washington campus.
  48. Explore the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience.
  49. Take a ferry ride to Bainbridge Island or Vashon Island.
  50. Visit the Museum of Pop Culture's Sound Lab and create your own music.
  51. Explore the Georgetown neighborhood and its street art.
  52. Attend the Seattle Fringe Festival.
  53. Take a tour of the Theo Chocolate Factory.
  54. Explore the Columbia City neighborhood and its shops and restaurants.
  55. Visit the Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) in Pioneer Square.
  56. Attend the Seattle Erotic Art Festival.
  57. Take a walk along the Seattle Waterfront and visit Pier 57.
  58. Visit the Seattle Police Museum in Pioneer Square.
  59. Explore the Seattle Glassblowing Studio and watch glassblowers at work.
  60. Attend the Seattle International Film Noir Festival.
  61. Visit the Seattle Chinese Historical Society and Museum in the Chinatown-International District.
  62. Explore the Seattle Center Armory and its food court.
  63. Attend the Moisture Festival, a comedy and variety show.
  64. Visit the Seattle Mystery Bookshop in Pioneer Square.
  65. Attend the Seattle Retro Gaming Expo.
  66. Explore the Seattle Fire Department Museum in Belltown.
  67. Take a walk through the University of Washington campus and see the cherry blossoms in spring.
  68. Attend the Seattle Scotch & Beer Fest.
  69. Visit the Seattle Metaphysical Library in Ballard.
  70. Explore the Seattle Metalworks studio and see metalworking demonstrations.
  71. Attend the Seattle Rock Orchestra performances.
  72. Take a walk along the Burke-Gilman Trail.
  73. Attend the Seattle International Film Forum.
  74. Visit the Seattle African American Museum in the Central District.
  75. Explore the Georgetown Steam Plant Museum.
  76. Attend the Seattle International Dance Festival.
  77. Visit the Center for Wooden Boats and take a sailing class.
  78. Attend the Seattle Shakespeare Company performances.
  79. Visit the Seattle Underground Market in Pioneer Square.
  80. Attend the Seattle Folk Festival.
  81. Explore the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center.
  82. Attend the Seattle Science Festival.
  83. Visit the Seattle Street Food Festival.
  84. Explore the Seattle Bouldering Project.
  85. Attend the Seattle Poetry Slam events.
  86. Visit the Seattle International Bicycle Expo.
  87. Take a tour of the Seattle Chocolate Factory.
  88. Attend the Seattle Salsa Congress.
  89. Explore the Seattle Pinball Expo.
  90. Attend the Seattle Greek Festival.
  91. Visit the Seattle Bug Safari.
  92. Explore the Olympic Sculpture Park in Belltown.
  93. Attend the Seattle Anarchist Book Fair.
  94. Visit the Seattle Cinerama Theater and watch a movie in 70mm.
  95. Explore the Seattle Blacksmithing Studio and see blacksmithing demonstrations.
  96. Attend the Seattle Jewish Film Festival.
  97. Visit the Seattle Filipino Community Center.
  98. Explore the Seattle Cheese Festival.
  99. Attend the Seattle Japanese Film Festival.
  100. Visit the Seattle Farmers Markets and try local produce and products.

These are just a few of the many weird and wonderful things you can do in Seattle! Enjoy exploring the city's unique culture and attractions.

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