Machine Learning, Dynamical Systems and Control

Things to Do in Seattle & Surrounding Areas

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Pike Place Market, established in 1907, ranks among the oldest and most expansive public markets in the United States, and is one of the top tourist destinations in Seattle. Open daily, it is "Where Seattle Eats, Meets, Shops & Rejuvenates!"

"Gorgeous architecture. Ten thousand trees. Views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier. The UW is a scenic oasis in an urban setting, where you can study under cherry blossoms, paddle a kayak after class, watch a waterfront football game or read all afternoon in a spectacular library that may remind you of Hogwarts." - UW Visit Tours & Information Sessions
The Space Needle is one of the most recognized and photographed structures in the world. Built for the 1962 World's Fair, is considered an icon of the city and is an official city landmark. Open year-round, you can opt for a daylight view or capture city lights at night.
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An easy day trip, approximately 30 minutes northeast from the UW Campus, are Woodinville wineries, restaurants, hotels, breweries, shops, and more.
Visitor can stroll through Amazon's The Spheres indoor gardens on weekends by reservation. The Spheres were designed to connect workspace with nature and included partners such as the University of Washington Biology Department among several others.
If you love to hike and/or spend time outdoors, the Olympic Peninsula has great options not too far from Seattle. From wilderness to beaches to rain forests there is much to explore.


Local Area
There are countless more activities to explore locally. For further trip planning, resources, or learning more about things to do or places to eat, explore Visit Seattle.