Eliott Bay is located right on the water with beautiful views of Olympic Sculpture Park and Pudget Sound. The waterfront is considered to be the birthplace of Seattle. It's a must see for all visitors of Seattle and locals as well. It's easy to feel enveloped in the culture of Seattle along the Waterfront. The food found here is some of the best and even better if you have a craving for oysters!
Many consider Elliot Bay Waterfront the perfect place to spend a sunny day. It's hard to be bored as you walk along the bay and stop in all the little shops. For a more adventurous time, try renting a bike! Elliot Bay Waterfront is the place you want to be on a day in Seattle. Take a picnic blanket and enjoy a day by the waterfront watching ferries past by. If you want to see the bay from new heights, take a spin on the Great Wheel on pier 57! From there you can see the whole bay in its splendor. There are many more piers to explore along the waterfront!
Elliott Bay Waterfront is in West Seattle and it is central to many attractions. The Rose Garden, Olympic Sculpture Park, and numerous restaurants and so much more can be found in Elliot Bay Waterfront. It's an easy walk to Pike Place Market or lower Queen Anne. Don't miss this beautiful must see!