The University District has a youthful and relaxed vibe. Surrounded by quaint neighborhoods and lush foliage, this Seattle neighborhood has plenty to offer to a vast crowd.
Take a stroll through the maze of the University of Washington and indulge in the classic architecture, beautiful promenades, and elaborate walkabouts.
Hungry or searching for that special something, gander around University Village. With options galore, they offer boutique and big-box options, combined with your favorite eats, including pizza, vegetarian, Mexican, Sushi, or traditional.
Located along Union Bay, is the Union Bay Natural Area. Like the Washington Park Arboretum, this area is a natural, wildlife area comprising 74 acres, including 4 miles of shoreline and is managed by the UW Botanical Gardens.
The Burke-Gilman trail is long and expands across many cities, but the section through the University District isn’t so bad on its own. Traverse the Burke-Gilman Trail between Wallingford and follow it through classic Seattle neighborhoods into Laurelhurst and Hathorne Hills. The sights are beautiful, and it offers amazing options for runners, walkers, or bicyclists.
Bonus options? Strolling along University Way Northeast offers a bunch of food options, as well as book stores and shops to indulge while taking in this historic district.
This area’s convenience to other surrounding neighborhoods, such as Wedgewood, Ravenna, and Laurelhurst, this district acts as a main hub for those residents to find activity.
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