Seattle Public Library, Seattle, Washington
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Like a toddler’s carefully constructed tower, the library’s ultra-modern, metal-wrapped exterior almost looks like it might topple. But head inside and let the “serendipity of the stacks” lead you from one floor to the next – even the elevator offers a surreal experience (it’s bright, neon green). The children’s books are on the first floor, and it’s a fine place for some quiet downtime during a fast-paced Seattle trip. Ride the elevator to the top floor for views of the city and the library’s interior.
Tips for Families
The teen area has a nice selection of manga (Japanese comics).
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