5 Fun Things To Do In Seattle On A Night Out

5 Fun Things To Do In Seattle On A Night Out

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So you’re visiting Seattle for the first time and looking for fun ways to spend your time there? Or maybe this isn’t even your first visit. Regardless of what the case is, Seattle is a city where you can never get bored, especially not at Nighttime! This city is bustling with activities that would leave you absolutely out of breath, in a good way of course. So, if you’re looking for a couple of fun things to do to occupy your time here, look no further because here are 5 fun things to do in Seattle on a night out.

1. Attend a brewery tour
If you’re a lover of beer, then you’ll thoroughly enjoy attending a brewery tour in the city known for its breweries and craft beers. The most exciting tour of them all takes you through Ballard, known for being one of the most revered brewery districts to exist. This experience gives you the chance to learn more about beer and brewing styles, and of course, you get the opportunity to drink some of the best beers you’ve ever had. If you’re looking for some more fun, the area hosts several local bars and pubs that you can visit during the tour.

2. Go on a cruise
A lot of people say that the best way to experience the city is on the water. There are several cruise options for you to explore during the night time. There’s the Lake Union cocktail cruise, where you get to enjoy beautiful scenes of the city while sipping on some tasty cocktails for two hours.

You also have the option of enjoying the Seattle harbor cruise that lasts for one hour. It gives you the chance to learn about some of the most compelling historical stories of the city while basking in the amazing view of some iconic spots including the Space Needle and the Great Wheel.

3. Enjoy some fine dining and music
There’s nothing quite like enjoying some good old American cuisine while listening to some of the best live music there is. You can get all this, and then more at the Hard Rock Café in Seattle, which is situated downtown. You may have been to a Hard Rock Café before, but not quite like this.

With 14,000 square footage, this café comes with two floors, a gift shop, and a well-equipped bar. The second floor is where the real magic happens. Touring acts from all over the country display their musical talent each night, for a night filled with good, melodious fun.

4. Visit the Woodland Park Zoo
During the day, a visit to the woodland park zoo is a great way for you to spend some time looking at some of the most exotic animals while learning about nature. At night, however, the already amazing zoo transforms to Wildlights, a holiday lights festival featuring LED lights that take up the form of 3D wild animals and places that will leave you stunned. They even offer food and drink options, including alcohol for people over the age of 21.

5. Go on a trip to the Space Needle
No trip to Seattle is complete without a visit to the iconic landmark known as the Space Needle. This tower features a futuristic design that stands 520 feet off the ground. When you visit the Space Needle, you’ll get the opportunity to enjoy its multilevel glass viewing experience that includes an outdoor observation deck, giving you the view of the entire city.

Believe it or not, it gets much better than that. If you’re up for some more breathtaking excitement, you can go to the top house, located at the very top of the building that offers a 360 degree indoor and outdoor view of some of the best nature spots in the city. At the end of this visit, best believe that you’ll be placing a call to your real estate marketer to find you a house in Seattle.

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Earle Dutton

Earle Dutton

Earle Dutton is the Chief Blogger and Editor of Equality365.com. He founded Equality365.com in 2013 to provide information about LGBTQ friendly events of interest, and to support LGBTQ entertainers and supportive artists who visit our community. Earle is a successful businessman in the Pacific Northwest with a long history of support for and involvement in, the Northwest LGBTQ community. His personal interests include: music, theater, pets, culinary arts and technology.

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