Romantic Things To Do in Seattle for LGBT Couples
If you are in the mood for a romantic trip with your partner, we suggest heading to Seattle. The city is best experienced with someone special in tow. Here are some of the things to do in Seattle for LGBT couples:
Watch a Show at the 5th Avenue Theatre
If you and your partner are in the mood for some music, head on over to the 5th Avenue Theatre. It is Seattle’s most popular destination for musicals. If you are lucky, you can catch a touring Broadway show that you’ve been dying to watch. However, we suggest buying your tickets ahead to get the best seats possible as the venue can fill up quickly.
Visit the Washington Park Arboretum
Head over to the Washington Park Arboretum to take your mind off of the noise of city life. If you want to take a peaceful stroll after a day of exploring the city, enjoy some peace and quiet in this hidden gem in Seattle. The park boasts 230 acres of gardens with picnic tables and walking trails. There is no best time to visit because the park is beautiful all year round.
Begin the Day at Louisa Boren Park
There is nothing more special than starting your day and watching the sunrise with your loved one. Grab breakfast and head on to Louisa Boren Park to watch the sun as it rises on this side of Seattle. While you are at it, enjoy the majestic views of the Cascade Mountain Range and Lake Washington as the sun slowly peeks over the mountains. You won’t feel awkward here as this place is pretty popular with LGBT couples.
Watch the Sunset at Discovery Park Beach
Being with your loved one from sunup until sundown describes a perfect date. Once you’ve explored the wonders of Seattle, it’s time to wind down and take things slower by watching the sunset at Discovery Park Beach. Or, if you are the adventurous type, explore some more the park’s extensive network of walking trails while watching the sun as it sets. Note, however, that the path is pretty steep. Make sure that you have the appropriate clothing and footwear.
Take a Yacht Ride at Lake Union
If you’re feeling extravagant and want to indulge your partner with a lavish date night, we suggest a yacht ride at Lake Union. You can moor your yacht at Emerald Landing, which is a few miles from downtown and offers access to a freshwater port through publicly-maintained waterways toward the Puget Sound. Guests can also benefit from exploring the nearby Lake Washington.
Cap Off the Night at the Space Needle
It will be a terrible sin if you go to Seattle without stopping by the Space Needle. This iconic landmark is the best place to be when you want to feel on top of the world with the person you love. The view and the feeling of being with your special someone is something that is hard to forget. In fact, it has been regarded as the perfect setting to propose. If you want to make the most out of your trip, we suggest dining at SkyCity, the restaurant at the top of the Space Needle since the meal covers for the elevator ride, plus you will also get to access the observation deck.
Always make the most of your trip with your loved one worthwhile by being present in the moment. Use this time to get to know each other a little better by listening to what the other person needs. If you are planning this trip, consider what your partner would like best and incorporate it into your itinerary. Plan everything out before heading out to these LGBT-friendly places.
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