Seattle - Georgetown & West Seattle (PDF Chapter)

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This is the Georgetown & West Seattle chapter from Lonely Planet’s Seattle guidebook.

Located 3 miles south of Seattle proper, Georgetown is an old neighborhood with a scrappy yet independent artistic sensibility whose coolness has still only been partially discovered. Among a certain type of Seattleite, West Seattle beckons like a proverbial Coney Island.

  • see how Homo sapiens got from the Wright Brothers to Concorde in the space of just 66 years at the illustrious, entertaining and subtly educational Museum of Flight
  • maps
  • slow down the rhythm a notch on a weekend summer’s afternoon on Alki Beach
  • transport
  • go on a pub crawl in Georgetown amid the redbrick bars and beer-stained history of the bohemian enclave
  • restaurants & bars

Coverage includes: Sights, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Shopping and Sports & Activities.

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