Seattle WA Senior Living
Seniors looking to retire in a city offering many different activities with a beautiful Pacific Northwest landscape should look no further than Seattle, WA.
Seattle is considered the cultural hub of the Pacific Northwest – the city is home to dozens of museums, theatres and festivals.
A great place to start is the Seattle Center which hosts four museums, 11 theatres, five gardens, six fountains and more than a dozen restaurants. Seattle Center also includes the Experience Music Project (EMP) museum and Washington State’s number one landmark, the Space Needle. Long story short, you could spend hours in this town and still have more discoveries to make.
Seniors interested in a unique shopping experience should start with Pike Place Market. Open year-round, Pike Place Market has no shortage of treats, food and hand-crafted goods. Join the fish mongers for their daily fish toss, meander through fresh fruit & vegetable stalls, or try on some locally-made jewelry.
For those seniors looking for a more traditional shopping experience, there’s always Seattle’s vibrant downtown.
If you’re more the outdoorsy type, there’s also plenty to do. Despite a reputation for being one of the rainiest cities in the US, Seattle actually receives less precipitation annually than most cities on the East coast.
Weather in Seattle is characterized by mild winters and warm, dry summers - perfect for seniors who prefer their weather calm and predictable. You’ll love exploring Seattle with a beautiful view of Mt. Rainier.
Holiday Retirement has 10 independent senior living communities within the Seattle area – if you’re looking for a fun, eclectic place to retire, this is where you want to be.
Senior Living Communities in Seattle, WA