Seattle's Jack Block Park has a view & vista for everybody

City views. All of them. From this park you get a panorama of ships in Elliott Bay, fishermen on the piers, cranes in the Port, and the silvery outline of downtown buildings against the Seattle sky. With public beach access and a 45-foot high Observation Tower, there’s more than just awesome scenery here, but a glimpse into the history of the city and industry that propelled it forward.

A panorama of ships in Elliott Bay, fishermen on the piers, cranes in the Port, and the silvery outline of downtown buildings against the Seattle sky.

Who will you meet at Jack Block Park? Well, this 15-acre park is a happy place for dogs (fellow barkers, harbor seals, can be heard nearby) as well as poets and scuba divers.

After ⎸See what crafted Seattle’s character with a stop by the Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center here, where you can learn about the Duwamish Tribe - Seattle's First People.

After ⎸Round out your day at Marination Ma Kai for some Hawaiian-Korean fusion cuisine. Best bet - sit outside on the patio overlooking downtown and the sound  with tacos in one hand and a beer in the other. Heaven.

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