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Seattle's arguably most famous attraction, the Space Needle built for the 1962 World's Fair, offers 360-degree views of the city, the surrounding mountains, and Puget Sound.
Shop at lively Pike Place Market for flowers, hand-crafted clothes and jewelry, and a wide variety of international foods, as well as fresh produce and seafood.
Visit Pioneer Square Historic District, where many of the restored century-old building now contain nightclubs, art galleries, or restaurants.
Take your pick of Seattle museums, including the Frye Art Museum and the Seattle Art Museum, the Museum of History & Industry, and the Seattle Asian Art Museum, as well as the Museum of Flight, where the Conference's Wednesday night reception will be held.