Where to get weed while visiting Seattle and the best tourist activities



You just traveled to Seattle and want to take in all the sites the city has to offer and also experience recreational marijuana. Well, we have you covered! 

First off, you will want to visit us to get your a taste of the recreational marijuana business and find the perfect product for you. We have very knowledgable budtenders to help you find that perfect strain to make your Seattle adventure perfect!  We also offer a FREE shuttle from hotels and around downtown Seattle when available (more details here)


Now that you have the goodies, it’s time to find something to do in Seattle!

Visit Pike Place Market


Stop by the first Starbucks, watch the fish toss and venture through all the amazing shops at Pike Place Market. The Market opened in 1907 is easily one of the most iconic spots in Seattle thanks to the big red sign and classic shops. Not only is Pike Place Market a tourist destination people who live in Seattle also hit the market for great local produce!

The Gum Wall / Post Alley


Walk down down the steps from Pike Place and take a look at one of Seattle’s grossest, but kinda beautiful areas: The Gum Wall! It literally is a wall where people put gum on it. After that take a walk down Post Alley and take a right towards the Seattle Waterfront. 

The Seattle Waterfront


Take a ride on the Great Wheel or Wings Over Washington and take in the view at Pier 66. Wander into the Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, a novelty store, to view the shrunken heads from the Amazon basin, mummies and a four legged chicken. Wrap up the stop by snagging some fish n chips from The Fisherman's Restaurant & Bar.  

Venture to the top of the Space Needle



Take in the view of Seattle, Mount Rainier, Mount Baker, the city of Seattle and the full landscape from the most iconic building in Seattle. 

Enjoy the Seattle view at Kerry Park



This is Seattle’s postcard view point that makes it appear the Space Needle is in the middle of the city and the largest building (it’s really not). This park can get packed at sunset, so make sure to get their early to enjoy the view. 

MoPop Museum 



The Museum of Pop Culture is located in the Seattle Center and is a great way to spend the day. The Museum is dedicated to the ideas and risk-taking that fuel contemporary popular culture. With its roots in rock 'n' roll, MoPOP serves as a gateway museum, reaching multigenerational audiences through our collections, exhibitions, and educational programs, using interactive technologies to engage and empower our visitors. 

Browse the artwork at SAM



The Seattle Art Museum offers a plethora of artwork to view and special exhibits that you can view everyday of the week except for Tuesday. 

Wander and relax in Volunteer Park 



Walk to the top of the Volunteer water tower to take in the view of Seattle, wander through the park and checkout the Black Hole Sun sculpture that gave the classic Soundgarden song “Black Hole Sun” it’s name.

Venture to Luna Park In West Seattle



From West Seattle you can enjoy one of the best views of Seattle and eat at Salty’s while enjoying the view. You can also longboard the boardwalk, play beach volleyball or rent a paddleboard and/or kayak to enjoy the day on the water. 


Gas Works Park



Stop by Gas Works park and view the remnants of the sole remaining coal glassification plant in the United States. That might be where the park got its name from, but there is so much more to see. Gas Works offers a great view of the city from atop the grassy hills, so you can relax and watch the sailboats drift by.  


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Those are just some of the options make your stay in Seattle a memorable one. If you have any questions or need any other tips on what to do feel free to ask our staff when you are in the shop. Enjoy Seattle! 





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