If you are looking for some of the greenest scenery in America, Washington is the place to visit. The scenery in Washington is green all year long due to the extensive amount of rain the state absorbs. Snoqualmie Falls is one of the most majestic, scenic attractions in Washington, bringing over a million visitors each year to the famous 270-foot waterfall. Hiking trails wind throughout the area and provide many viewing areas of the waterfall.
Pike Place Market in Washington has claimed to be the oldest operating public farm market in the entire country. Whether that's true or not, it is definitely one of the liveliest places we know about, and certainly the liveliest in downtown Seattle. The market is sprawling, and contains everything from flower stalls and a variety of unique "trinket" shops to fishmongers whose working antics will delight you.
|Top 10 Travel Destinations in Washington|
|Pike Place Market|
|Woodland Park Zoo|
|Museum of Flight|
|Olympic National Park|
|Museum of Glass|
|Point Defiance Park|
|Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium|
Most tourists in Seattle always put the Pike Place Market on the top of their destination list, as they should. Pike Place Market is quite the experience, with famous fish market stores that toss the fish around and provide entertainment while also providing excellent fish. Also, one of the main attractions of the market is the very first Starbucks Coffee. If you are interested in the history of the market, they offer Heritage tours to get an insider’s view on the Market. The tour presents a blend of history and current information that many visitors never get to hear about.