Welcome to Bellevue Washington!
We're rooted in the resilient spirit of the Pacific Northwest and as such it is in our nature to enjoy the beauty and restorative power of the outdoors, the anticipation and excitement of world-changing ideas, and the sensory exploration of fashion, art and culturally inspired cuisine. Welcome to Bellevue, we place every visitor on the verge of creativity, innovation, and style. We are a destination built by futurists— where the allure of aspiration touches everyone we meet.
The Puget Sound Region
For a global audience seeking a curated collection of elevated experiences, Bellevue encompasses the beauty and restorative power of the outdoors, the anticipation and excitement of world-changing ideas, and the sensory exploration of fashion, art, and culturally inspired cuisine. We are a premier destination built by futurists, rooted in the spirit of...
Extending Northwest of Bellevue to the Canadian Border, the North Cascades are defined by incredible jagged, glaciated granite peaks. Home of the North Cascades National Park, Mount Baker (10,781 ft) this area is crowned by more than 300 glaciers. Listen to cascading waters in forested valleys which are highlighted by some of the largest and most...
In the Eastern backyard of Bellevue and dividing the state into eastern and western sections, the Washington Cascades Mountains offer breathtaking views, alpine lakes, ski and recreation areas, interesting towns, and many visitor attractions. This area provides visitors a quick escape into the wilderness or small-town experiences for year-round...
On Bellevue’s Southeast side at 14,410 feet Mount Rainier, the highest mountain in the state and fifth largest in the US, is a must see while on a trip to Washington State. Mt Rainier dominates the skyline and offers hikes through inland rainforests with the mountain wildflowers and gaze upon powerful waterfalls. Marvel at the fall colors, epic skiing,...
This huge peninsula, just West of Bellevue between Puget Sound and the Pacific Ocean, is almost entirely public land. At the heart of the peninsula is Olympic National Park, which encompasses almost the entirety of the Olympic Mountains. Surrounding the park is the Olympic National Forest. The western slopes of the Olympic Mountains contain some of the...
Just South of Bellevue the Hood Canal which is the only Fjord in America (a long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between high cliffs) stretches more than 60 miles through pristine forestlands and features maritime landscape, outdoor recreation, and nature viewing along with several secluded small towns and state parks.
Located just 6 miles from Bellevue just across Lake Washington and easily accessible by two bridges and the soon to be operational light rail extension project. The excitement of Seattle is famous as the birthplace of the grunge scene, but the city’s musical heritage stretches way beyond Nirvana and Pearl Jam. Whether you’re into indie bands, world...
Lying just to the north of Bellevue, the Islands region is home to hundreds of lush islands, small towns, home to orca whales, harbor seals, and bald eagles. Of the 175 or so named Islands, four are accessible by public ferry, San Juan, Orcas, Lopez, and Shaw. Visitors can drive to Anacortes, Fidalgo, Whidby, and Camano Island. The year-round mild...
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Bellevue Arts Museum
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Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi
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Meydenbauer Bay Park
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