14 Instagrammable Places in Seattle, Washington
Moore Coffee has a couple locations near Pike Place & serve the CUTEST latte art! A must visit for coffee lovers.
The building in Capitol Hill on Pine & 11th is every bright color aficionado’s dream. It’s a block of bright colors with different designs.
This mural is located in an alleyway next to Hotel Max. It's high up on the way, so get creative with angles if shooting in front of it!
Frankie & Jo’s is a “all plant-based ice cream” shop with multiple locations. But every location has this now iconic palm tree wallpaper.
There’s a reason that this library has made the list of most beautiful libraries in America. It’s a museum meets library and absolutely gorgeous.
The trailer mall is hidden in plain sight in Georgetown. It gives off some major vintage vibes and has some unique finds.
Chihuly Garden & Glass is a must see for Space Needle views from the glasshouse and gardens.
Preserve & Gather in Greenwood is reminiscent of the 60s when that tiffany in blue and gold was a seriously fabulous color combination.
Try to visit the University of Washington in the spring while the cherry blossoms are blooming – it’s absolutely breathtaking.
Lady Yum has multiple locations all over Seattle & is something out of Alice in Wonderland or something equally fanciful.
Pike Place Market is a classic spot for photos. Go early to avoid the large crowds that gather in the afternoons.
Pike Place Market is full of hidden gems like the Gum Wall, so plan to spend a few hours here to explore.
Kerry Park in Queen Anne has the best views of the Seattle skyline.
Callus in Pioneer Square is a combination coffee shop, boutique, and pop-up shop venue with immaculate interior design.
If you're in Seattle during the spring & feel like getting out of the city, check out the Skagit Valley Tulip Fields & Festival.
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