Ballard (Hiram M. Chittenden) Locks
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These historic locks have been operating for over 100 years connecting boats between Lake Union/Lake Washington and the Puget Sound. Be sure to check out the salmon elevator while you're there.
An interesting and educational facet of Seattle culture/history, the Ballard Locks offer a different type of sightseeing.
Watch boats getting through the locks and salmon migrating through the fish ladder. An interesting, educational and fun experience. Not to mention this is a very beautiful and historical place.
Ballard Locks is a great place park not only to stroll around and enjoy its gorgeous trees but also it has a unique view of the opening Puget Sound. You can cross the bridge where fresh water from South Lake meets the salt water of the Puget Sound ocean. Also you can enjoy here the views of the…
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