Free Tip of the Day: Visitors Edition

We have guests in town, and as much as we want to show them a good time, we also don’t want to spend crazy money. So we concocted a bunch of free activities that are free, touristy, not touristy, and maybe even a little fun.

Monday:
Sunset Tavern hosts Kung Fu Grindhouse. Sure, the food and beer aren’t free, but the gory bloodbash is. Happens every Monday, once a month.

Tuesday:
Try to find Bruce Lee’s Grave. I’ve attempted to do this a handful of times with no success. Today is the day!

Wednesday:
Green Lake and Gas Works. Nothing says free like a man-made lake and a park that shares its space with an old refinery.

Thursday: Henry Art Museum is free every Thursday and who doesn’t like trying to find a parking spot in the middle of UW to see something for free?

Friday: Pike Place Market. Duh.

Pike Place Market / Henry Art Museum / Kung Fu Grindhouse / Bruce Lee’s Grave / Green Lake and Gas Works

3 Comments so far

  1. wesa on February 17th, 2009 @ 8:23 am

    Bruce Lee’s grave, head up the middle, and right before you reach the crest of the tallest hill (where the Blethens are buried I think), veer just to the right. Look for people standing around, it’s usually got at least two or three. That’s how I found it before. :P


  2. jeanine on February 17th, 2009 @ 9:24 am

    Here’s more help finding the Lee gravesites (near the bottom of the post).
    Paying a visit to Bruce and Brandon Lee.
    If you have a few minutes, also wander around the upper circle and spot the sites of significant Seattle families. There’s a Japanese memorial area on the north end of the cemetary that’s worth a ramble, too.


  3. c. (cleaver) on February 18th, 2009 @ 1:32 am

    What does "every Monday, once a month" mean?



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