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150 Things Every Seattleite Must Do

This year, as Seattle celebrates its 150th year of incorporation as a city, we’re marking the occasion with a massive list of 150 (ish) essential experiences to motivate you to explore the city and region

By Gwendolyn Elliott, Hilary Meyerson, Chris Robinson, Roddy Scheer, Niki Stojnic and Naomi Tomky with Lena Beck and Sydney Gladu June 11, 2019

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This article originally appeared in the June 2019 issue of Seattle Magazine.

This article appears in print in the June 2019 issue, as part of the 150 Must-Do Summer Experiences cover story. Click here to subscribe.

Whether you were born and raised in Seattle or are brand new in town, there are certain things everyone living here must do. This year, as Seattle celebrates its 150th year of incorporation as a city (the specific anniversary date is December 2; stay tuned for official commemoration plans), we’re marking the occasion with a massive list of 150 (ish) essential experiences to motivate you to explore the city and region. So, grab a pencil, make your plans and start checking off all the things you’ve always meant to do.

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