Seattle is a big city and there are a thousand places to go. If you would like a little help on where to go once you’re nice and baked, look no further. Find weed, smoke a bowl, eat a cookie, and enjoy our beautiful city!
How high can you get in Seattle? At 902 feet The Columbia Tower has the tallest observatory west of the Mississippi River. The Columbia Tower is over twice the height of the Space Needle, and about half the price. For $12.50/person you can get SUPER HIGH! This is a must do for everyone whether you’re a visitor or a local.
701 5th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis definitely knew what they were talking about when they wrote the song Thrift Shop. Hailing from Seattle, they take you on an experience through many of the finest shops in town in the video below. Grab a friend, smoke a bowl, and get excited because this could be one of the most fun thing you do while you’re in the city. Maybe you’ll get lucky and find that perfect pair of alligator skin shoes you’ve been looking for.
1765 6th Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98134
This is the Gondola style Ferris Wheel Seattle’s waterfront is known for. Sticking 40 feet out over the water and 175 feet tall, this is the perfect place to end any visit to Pikes Place Market. The Ferris Wheel operates year round, and it’s gondolas protect you from whatever the weather may be. While you’re in the area, go see the 90lb Giant Pacific Octopus at the Aquarium.
1301 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98101
Photo by Geoff Vleck
Want to go on an adventure? Stop by Trichome, an upscale glass shop, to get your bearings and ideas for some fun things to do, but if you end up hanging out at Trichome all day, I don’t blame you! You can literally get lost in the shops and restaurants in the international district. Do you have the munchies? You should definitely try something you have never eaten before. If you don’t know how to say it, use the pictures!
618 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98104
If you’re looking for night life, look no further. With a fun loving and eccentric community, Capitol Hill is definitely a fun place to visit. Eat, drink, hang out, make friends, Capitol Hill has it all. Visit Sugar Pill for all kinds of boutique foods, ingredients, and herbal remedies. Although Sugar Pill does not sell pot, Uncle Ike’s right down the road does! If you’re looking to stay on Capitol Hill, check out The Bacon Mansion and Seattle Bed and Breakfast!
Photo: The bar scene at the restaurant Quinn’s on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, photographed on Thursday November 29,2007. (Scott Eklund/seattlepi.com file photo)
Fremont is an amazing part of town known for their art culture, festivals, and their unexpected/unconventional entertainment. Ask the locals where you can find the Fremont Troll. If you’re here for the Summer Solstice Parade, it is a must. Although not confirmed, many suspect that the solstice parade is a celebration with cannabis roots. Outdoor grown cannabis transitions from vegetative to flowering once the nights start lengthening following the Summer Solstice! You can even join the Naked Bike Ride if you dare!
Photo: Komo News
Best view of the city! On a clear day Mount Rainier backdrops the entire city. There is a reason that Kerry Park is a popular place for proposals, weddings, and pictures. It is absolutely breath taking!
211 W Highland Dr.
Seattle, WA 98119
Photo: David Hogan
The career of artist Dale Chihuly has shaped the art scene in Seattle permanently. It is almost hard to talk about glass art without making a reference to Chihuly. Born in Tacoma, Chihuly traveled the world before he started his glassblowing school, The Pilchuck Glass School just outside of Seattle. The Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibition includes eight Galleries, the centerpiece Glasshouse, and a lush Garden.
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109
Photo: Terri Lundberg
Watch out for Flying Fish! Get stoned and indulge your senses. Whether you are looking for chocolate infused balsamic vinegar or a beautiful bouquet of flowers, Pikes Place has it all. Stay for the burlesque show at the Can Can, or grab some world class seafood at the Athenian the options are as endless as the shops on every floor.
76 Pike St.
Seattle, WA 98101
Photo: Al Hernandez
This is one of the best places to visit in the summer! You are still so close to the city yet if feels like you are so far away. This is the original landing site of the Denny Party, the original western settlers of Seattle. Rent a sea kayak and paddle out to the seals. You may even see a sea lion, or you could ride a bike along the endless waterfront. Enjoy the fresh sea breeze and make sure to stay for the beautiful sunsets.
1702 Alki Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116