If you are ever in Seattle, here are some places you must check out! We would like to present to you: The ultimate stoners travel guide to Seattle.
Dockside Cannabis Museum: For History Buff Stoners Visiting Seattle
If you are in the area and are interested in Cannabis history, you will want to check this place out! The Dockside Cannabis Museum is full of unique prohibition-era cannabis items featuring the Wirtshafter Collection. Items on display here are unlike anything you will see anywhere else in the world. This is thee place to learn all things cannabis; there is even a terpene smelling station!
This is a great stop for a traveling stoner as the museum is connected to the Dockside Cannabis Recreational Dispensary (SODO) which has been proudly serving cannabis in Seattle since 2015. You can stock up here for the trip if you are over 21 years old. Click here for directions.
Did you know – Seattle was one of the two states to first legalize recreational marijuana back in 2012; With the other being Colorado.
Seattle Japanese Gardens
If you are a stoner looking for a place to unwind in Seattle, we recommend making a stop at the Japanese Gardens. Located in the Madison Park neighborhood, this garden is one of the oldest and most authentic Japanese gardens in North America. Spread out across 3.5 acres of land, this sanctuary is so peaceful and elegant.
The Seattle Japanese garden has a tea house where you may attend a guided traditional Japanese tea ceremony! Admission fees apply.
Check out their website here for more information.
Pacific Science Center
The Pacific Science Centre is one of the top places to visit when traveling in Seattle. With hundreds of interactive exhibits, we recommend allocating at least 2-3 hours here as there is just so much to see and do! Some exhibits are temporary in order to allow new discoveries, however, there are some permanent science exhibits such as the tropical butterfly house, planetarium, IMAX theaters, and even a Wellbody Academy for personal health and wellness.
We recommend to all you traveling stoners to catch a laser dome show at the Pacific Science Centre while in Seattle!
For directions, admission information, and more click here.
Pike Place Market: A Place for Foodie Stoners
The Pike Place Market is one of the few traditional farmers’ markets to remain in the United States. This market opened up on August 17th, 1907, and has been the soul of the city ever since. Pike Place Market is a hub for some of the most delicious foods and beverages around! You will definitely want to stop here as there is something to satisfy every hungry stoner.
While you are seeking out your perfect feast, you will notice there’s a lot going on in the market. This is the place to find anything from farmers fresh veggies, specialty foods, fish, freshly baked bread, artisan crafts, collectible items, and more; all while listening to a busker jam out!
If you really want the full experience and you do not want to miss anything, there are some tours offered if you want a guide to take you through and provide insights.
For directions and parking, click here.
Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum
We feel this is another perfect stoner’s travel destination in Seattle, as many of us can appreciate the beauty of blown glass (like your favorite bong). Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum is a long-term exhibition that is located at the Seattle Center. The exhibit has eight Galleries, a centerpiece Glasshouse, and a lush garden to explore. The museum has been around since 2012 and is admired by thousands of people each year.
The masterpiece is located in the 40-foot tall glasshouse. This is a remarkable space to display his work as the 100-foot long sculpture is suspended from the ceiling. If you can, try to go on a clear, sunny day, and prepare to be amazed by the vibrant colors of the blown glass from above.
The artist, Dale Chihuly was born and raised in Washington and after graduating from university he went on to teach the art of glass blowing. He was so eager to further his skills that he went off to work at the Venini glass factory in Venice. It is there that he unlocked his full potential. Glass art by Dale Chihuly can be found in over 200 museums around the world.
For more information click here.
Southgate Roller Rink
If you smoked a nice Sativa and are feeling up for some physical activity, you’ve got to check this place out! There’s not a lot of places you can go indoor roller skating anymore, and it is a fun activity for anyone with any skill level. Skate rentals are free with admission to the rink, so why not go check it out and have some laughs! If you want to get serious about it, check out their schedule beforehand and try to catch a lesson. On Friday nights they have a live band or DJ in the house so it could be a fun roller disco event just like the ’80s!
Check out their website for more information.
Add-a-Ball Arcade in Seattle
And finally, if you are looking for a chill place to hang out and play some games, this is just the spot! The add-a-ball arcade has the largest collection of vintage arcade games and pinball machines in Seattle. This is the perfect place to let your inner child out! And the best part, there are no children around so you can relax and enjoy yourself. This place is great if you are on a budget as the drinks are cheap and the games take coins!
We’re always looking to add to the list! What are your favorite spots? Comment below and follow @cannalifenet for more info!
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