• Mitch Pfeifer

Stoned in Seattle: Top Tourist Cannabis Destinations in Seattle

If you’re a tourist visiting Seattle and are enjoying cannabis along the way, there are many great places around the city to enjoy stoned. Whether you’re looking to chow down on some of the best food in the PNW, soak in the vibrant art of the city’s best creators, go on a shopping spree, or simply just stroll around town and soak in all of the energy, there are endless opportunities for anyone spending time in Seattle.


And there are also plenty of dispensaries in Seattle where you can find quality cannabis products to complement your time in the city. If you’re looking for a weed shop that can point any Seattle cannabis tourist in the right direction, whether that’s recommending products, activities, or food, head to one of our Seattle-area dispensaries. The Reef has two locations in the city, in Georgetown near the SeaTac airport and in Capitol Hill. We also have a location across the water in Bremerton.


As locals, we know some of the best spots in Seattle to enjoy stoned. Keep reading for some of our recommendations.

Keep in mind, that it is not legal to consume cannabis in public in Washington State. Many people do without running into trouble, however, to be safe, it is recommended to consume in private before going out.


Stoned in Seattle: Top Tourist Cannabis Destinations

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Capitol Hill

If you’re visiting Seattle, Capitol Hill is a must to check out. This area is packed with vibrant nightlife, eclectic eateries, indie stores, laid-back cafes, art, and overall vibes. It’s also home to a lively LGBTQ scene, with many gay-owned and gay-friendly establishments throughout the rainbow-decorated neighborhood.


Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is one of the most popular attractions in Seattle, and has been for over a century. Opening in 1907, Pike Place is the oldest continuously-running public farmer’s market in the country with over 10 million visitors per year. There are over 500 vendors, including countless food options and shops.


Cal Anderson Park

Cal Anderson Park is a huge recreational area with something for everyone. Located in Capitol Hill, this park features sports courts, playgrounds, athletic fields, a skatepark, water features, and walking paths. This is one of the best places to just hang out and chill in Seattle.


Image via Cal Anderson Park


The Seattle Ferry

Being surrounded by water brings even more activities to the table when visiting Seattle. While you may not be looking to jump into the chilly water, you can stay dry and enjoy a ride on the Seattle ferry. There are multiple boats that will bring you to different locations. We recommend taking a ferry across Elliot Bay to Bremerton (and stop by The Reef while you’re around).


Space Needle

You can’t visit Seattle without checking out the Space Needle. This observation tower provides the best views of the downtown Seattle skyline, Elliot Bay, and the surrounding mountains and islands. The Space Needle is 605 feet tall and takes 41 seconds to get to the top in an elevator.


Seattle Center

Seattle Center is a huge gathering place for locals and tourists alike. There are more than 30 cultural, educational, sports, and entertainment organizations that call the Seattle Center home. Visitors can find performance venues, art installations, galleries, a variety of museums, playgrounds, a skatepark, food options, shopping, and more at the Seattle Center. This is also where the Space Needle is located.


The Original Starbucks

What’s a trip to Seattle without stopping by the original Starbucks? You can find the iconic location in Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle. This location opened in 1971, marking the start of the iconic Starbucks chain around the world.

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