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111 Places in Seattle
That You Must Not Miss


From a small coin-operated attraction filled with some of the world’s largest shoes to the world’s greenest commercial building, urban old growth forests, a haunted staircase, and museums dedicated to pinball machines, dialysis machines, and rubber chickens, 111 Places in Seattle That You Must Not Miss is filled with invitations and inspirations to help locals and visitors alike to explore the Emerald City’s hidden treasures, overlooked gems, and charming curiosities.

111 Places in Seattle

That You Must Not Miss

Harriet Baskas

Contains numerous colour photographs

by Cortney Kelley

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-7408-1992-7 978-3-7408-1992-7


£ 13.99
$ 23.95

Harriet Baskas

Harriet Baskas is an author and journalist who has produced radio documentaries on everything from early cowgirls to offbeat museums and written eight books about unusual attractions, hidden museum treasures, and airports around the world. She served as the general manager of three community radio stations in the Pacific Northwest and now reports on travel and the arts for a variety of national outlets and for her blog,


Cortney Kelley

Having lived in the PNW for all but four years of her life, Cortney Kelley is most at home in the dense treescape with the smell of salt water in the air.  Primarily a portrait artist, she sensed that the exploration of Seattle couldn't have come at a better time with COVID limitations in full swing, allowing for a deep dive into a city she adores. Nurturing her wanderlust, she is always dreaming and planning the next adventure, camera in tow.  

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