Lower Queen Anne, Seattle Places

Part of our Seattle travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Lower Queen Anne, including Space Needle, EMP Museum and Watch Rollerderby.
  • The best place in Lower Queen Anne Seattle: Space Needle

    Space Needle

    400 Broad St
    M-Th 9:30AM-11PM, F-Sa 9AM-11:30PM, Su 9AM-11PM. Adults $18, age 4-12 $11, under 4 free, over 65 $16, active military $16. The most expensive elevator ride in America. However, the view is spectacular on a clear day when the sun sets. Downtown Seattle contrasts beautifully with the ocean to the west and the snow-capped mountains in every other direction. You can get a comparably good view for free from Bhy Kracke Park (pronounced "By Crackie") atop Queen Anne Hill. If you are going to eat at the revolving restaurant near the top, called Sky City, the elevator ride is free. Sky City is surprisingly good given its touristy setting, and a three-course brunch only adds $29 to the cost of going up the tower...well worth it. The restaurant completes one revolution per 45 minutes as you eat.
    Lower Queen Anne food nearby
  • EMP Museum

    EMP Museum

    325 5th Ave N
    Memorial Day-Labor Day: 10AM-7PM daily, Labor Day-Memorial Day: 10AM-5PM daily. Adults $18 ($15 if purchased online), aged 65+ or military $15, aged 5–17 or student $12, 5 and under free. A rock 'n' roll museum, designed by Frank Gehry, and which has the Jimi Hendrix special exhibit. Do not expect to get your turn with the many interactive exhibits.
    Lower Queen Anne eat nearby
  • Watch Rollerderby

    Watch Rollerderby

    Take a quick bus over to Sandpoint to catch the Rat City Rollergirls. Events span 9 months a year and occur one Saturday a month.
    Lower Queen Anne restaurants nearby
  • Seattle International Film Festival

    Seattle International Film Festival

    Most venues are located on Capitol Hill and downtown.
    Lower Queen Anne food nearby
  • Northwest Folklife Festival

    Northwest Folklife Festival

    Memorial Day weekend (end of May). free ($10 donations suggested). A more low-key and global version of Bumbershoot.
    Lower Queen Anne eat nearby
  • Ride the Ducks Seattle

    Ride the Ducks Seattle

    A 90-min ride on an amphibious World War II vehicle (yes, part of the ride is on Lake Union), not cheap ($23 adult) and not for those with a limited sense of humor (the style is a bit over-the-top). Definitely unique. 5th Ave. and Broad St., across from the Space Needle. Open-year round.
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  • The Children's Museum, Seattle

    The Children's Museum, Seattle

    200 2nd Ave N
    M-F 10AM-5PM, Sa-Su 10AM-6PM. General exhibits: $7.50, aged 65+ $6.50, under 1 free; No adults admitted without a child. An independent non-profit museum which hosts popular traveling exhibits and features 11 permanent exhibits and programming.
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  • Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge

    Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge

    601 Queen Anne Ave N
    A Queen Ann favorite featuring Seattle’s best happy hour, New Orleans cuisine, and a fabulous cocktail list. Toulouse Petit brings the Big Easy to Seattle.
    Lower Queen Anne
  • Pacific Science Center

    200 2nd Ave N
    General exhibits: $10, age 65+ $8.50, 3-12 $7; exhibits + IMAX: $15, 65+ $13.50, 3-12 $12. An interactive science museum featuring permanent and temporary exhibits, a butterfly atrium, IMAX theater, planetarium, and laser shows.
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  • Science Fiction Museum (SFM)

    325 5th Ave N
    $15, aged 65+ $12, 5–17 $12, student or military (with I.D.) $12, 5 and under free. Denny Regrade and Seattle Center is home of the Science Fiction Hall of Fame as well as numerous exhibits.
    Lower Queen Anne food nearby
  • Easy Street Records

    20 Mercer St
    M 9AM-midnight, Tu-Sa 9AM-11PM, Su 10AM-9PM. Large record store featuring many local artists and a large vinyl selection.
    Lower Queen Anne
  • SkyCity at the Needle

    SkyCity at the Needle

    219 4th Ave N
    The Space Needle is 605' tall and was built for the 1962 World's Fair.
    Lower Queen Anne
  • Ride the Ducks of Seattle

    Ride the Ducks of Seattle

    516 Broad StSte 201
    We are ambassadors of Seattle! Our Facebook page is for our fans who love Seattle and Ride the Ducks!
    Lower Queen Anne
  • Bamboo Garden

    Bamboo Garden

    364 Roy St
    Serves up delicious food from the rich tradition of Chinese vegetarian cooking. With a menu that boasts over 120 items, there's a lot to choose from, and the servings are generous. Also one of the few certified Kosher restaurants in Seattle.
    Lower Queen Anne
  • Via Tribunali

    Via Tribunali

    317 W Galer St
    Neapolitan pizza embodies the essence of what authentic Italian pizza should be; soft, well cooked, fragrant and enclosed in a high, soft edge of crust. As a member of the Verace Pizza Napoletana Association, Via Tribunali respects the culinary discipline associated with making authentic Neapolitan pizza. Specific preparation, ingredients and method of cooking are essential to recreating the tradi
    Interbay
  • Pagliacci Pizza

    Pagliacci Pizza

    550 Queen Anne Ave N
  • Myrtle Edwards Park

    Myrtle Edwards Park

    3130 Alaskan Way W
    Myrtle Edwards Park in Seattle, Washington is a 4.8-acre public park along the Elliott Bay waterfront north of Belltown. It features a 1.25-mile long bicycle and walking path and is a good place to see eagles, gulls, and crows.
    Interbay eat nearby
  • KeyArena

    KeyArena

    Seattle Center305 Harrison St
    KeyArena at Seattle Center is a multipurpose arena in Seattle, Washington. It is located north of downtown in the 74-acre entertainment complex known as Seattle Center, the site of the 1962 World's Fair, the Century 21 Exposition. It is used for entertainment purposes, such as concerts, ice shows, circuses, and professional wrestling events.
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  • Kerry Park

    Kerry Park

    211 W Highland Dr
    Kerry Park is a 1.26 acres park on the south slope of Queen Anne Hill in Seattle, Washington, located at the corner of 2nd Avenue W. and W. Highland Drive. According to a plaque on a wall in the park, "Kerry Park [was] given to the City in 1927 by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sperry Kerry, Sr., so that all who stop here may enjoy this view." That view encompasses downtown Seattle, Elliott Bay, the West Seattle peninsula, Bainbridge Island, and Mount Rainier.
    Interbay food nearby
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center

    Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center

    440 5th Ave N
    The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is the largest transparently operated private foundation in the world, founded by Bill and Melinda Gates. It is "driven by the interests and passions of the Gates family". The primary aims of the foundation are, globally, to enhance healthcare and reduce extreme poverty, and in America, to expand educational opportunities and access to information technology. The foundation, based in Seattle, Washington, is controlled by its three trustees: Bill Gates, Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett. Other principal officers include Co-Chair William H. Gates, Sr. and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Raikes. It had an endowment of US$36.2 billion as of September 30, 2012. The scale of the foundation and the way it seeks to apply business techniques to giving makes it one of the leaders in the philanthrocapitalism revolution in global philanthropy, though the foundation itself notes that the philanthropic role has limitations. In 2007, its founders were ranked as the second most generous philanthropists in America. In 2010, its founders had started The Commission on Education of Health Professionals for the 21st Century titled as "Transforming education to strengthen health systems in an interdependent world".
    Lower Queen Anne eat nearby
  • Chopstix

    11 Roy St
    Tu-W 5PM-midnight, Th-F 5PM-2AM, Sa 6PM-2AM. $7 cover charge F-Sa. A 'dueling piano' bar on lower Queen Anne. Chopstix is fun, lively place where two grand pianos occupy center stage. There are plenty of sing-along opportunities and requests are taken (tipping helps). Dinner available until 10PM.
    Lower Queen Anne
  • Seattle Repertory Theatre

    Seattle Repertory Theatre

    155 Mercer St
    Seattle Repertory Theatre is a major regional theatre located in Seattle, Washington, at the Seattle Center. It is a member of Theatre Puget Sound and Theatre Communications Group. Founded in 1963, it is led by Artistic Director Jerry Manning and Managing Director Benjamin Moore. It received the 1990 Regional Theatre Tony Award.
    Lower Queen Anne food nearby
  • Queen Anne Boulevard

    Queen Anne Boulevard

    200-308 Prospect St
    Queen Anne Boulevard is a 6.0-kilometre loop atop Seattle, Washington's Queen Anne Hill. It is a City of Seattle landmark. Authorized in 1907 and built from 1911 to 1916, it incorporates parts of 5th, 7th, 8th and 10th Avenues West; Bigelow Avenue North; West Blaine, McGraw, Wheeler, Fulton and Raye Streets; Smith, McGraw, and Wheeler Streets; and West McGraw and McGraw Places.
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  • Ozzie's

    105 W Mercer St
    Karaoke is the name of the game at Ozzie's and is available every night starting at 9PM.
    Interbay
  • Pagliacci Pizza Delivery

    Pagliacci Pizza Delivery

    719 Aurora Ave N
  • Citizen

    Citizen

    706 Taylor Ave. N.
    Coffee. Crepes. Wine. Beer. For the people.
    Lower Queen Anne
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