Shoreline is a city located in King County, Washington, United States. Its population is of approximately 53,000 inhabitants. In Shoreline are many points of interest and landmarks.
Top Attractions within Shoreline
Shoreline Historical Museum has a major importance for the history of this place. Its exhibits cover many periods of time, showing and explaining the evolution of Shoreline. The museum brings the community together, but also helps tourists understand and know better this spot. It preserves and promotes the heritage of Shoreline and it also shows its connections to the Northwest region. Both adults and children will be captivated by this museum. It will be a recreational day, but also a way to enrich knowledge and find out more about a small part of history.
The Kruckeberg Botanic Garden is located in Shoreline and is a wonderful place to visit. It was opened in 1958 by Professor Arthur Rice Kruckeberg and his wife. In the garden are many both Japanese and Chinese non-native and native species. Additionally, here are many conifers such as sequoias, firs, pines, spruces, hemlocks, larches. The garden also includes magnolias, oaks, maples, a wingnut, rhododendrons, cyclamens, ferns, wood sorrel, as well as many others. Here are also rare tree species. The spot is used also for horticultural events and workshops. Its beauty is remarkable, so it should not be omitted by tourists who visit Shoreline. For kids, is a nice way to relax and find out new things about flowers and to find out how to preserve nature and its beauties.
Hills' Food&Wine is one of the most appreciated restaurants in Shoreline. All food is delicious, staff is wonderful, portions are decent and prices are reasonable. Kids menus are also available. It also provides seafood and many delicious wines. Its services and recipes are all great and each bite will be a delight. Having so many advantages, this restaurant in Shoreline is highly recommended. It is perfect for families, friends, as well as for families with kids.