Seattle neighborhoods travel map with red cover.
Foldout neighborhoods map of central Seattle.
Seattle travel map with Belltown, Downtown Seattle, Lake Union, Capitol Hill and Volunteer Park neighborhoods.
Map of Seattle with restaurants, points of interest and attractions lists.
Area map of Seattle with Bainbridge Island, Elliott Bay and Mercer Island points of interest.
Seattle foldout travel map showing University of Washington campus and neighborhood.
Map of Seattle showing Pike Place Market and Downtown Seattle shopping area and attractions.
Red Maps

SEATTLE City Center Map

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Exploring Seattle is easy and fun with a Red Map. This Seattle map is comprehensive, compact, and easy-to-read, which makes planning your trip a Breeze!

Red Maps have concisely-organized lists of museums, interesting shops, centrally located hotels, important landmarks plus useful descriptions and helpful tips.

Seattle Map Highlights

  • Seattle’s Subway stations and routes are shown directly on this map.
  • Helpful bright colors quickly organize information for you.
  • Popular Seattle restaurants and cafes are organized by neighborhood.
  • Indie Seattle merchants and shops are listed with their addresses.
  • Descriptions of museum collections get you to the masterpieces fast!
  • Our unique matte-finish makes Red Maps easy-to-read both indoors and in sunlight.
  • Memory-accordion folds allows map to quickly open and close.
  • Strong paper and laminate-finish means this map will last the trip!
  • Red Maps - 22 Years of Travel Experience. Made in the USA.
  • Seattle Map Dimensions:
    • Folded Map: 4-in. x 9.5-in. or 24-cm x 19-cm
    • Opened Map: 24-in. x 9.5-in. or 61-cm x 19-cm

Attractions to See in Seattle

The best way to explore Downtown Seattle is on foot. The hilly streets with their surprising views of Elliott Bay make for entertaining strolls. We like the First Hill neighborhood’s shops and cafes - it has a youthful vibe. You can find a multitude of small cafes in and near Pike Place Market, including the original Starbuck’s location.

And speaking of what Seattle is famous for there is: coffee (Starbucks), aerospace (Boeing) and technology (Microsoft).

The Arts in Seattle

The Seattle Art Museum also has a location downtown featuring contemporary and Pacific indigenous peoples’ works, which are almost interchangeable in their similarities. The Seattle Asian Museum is located in pretty Volunteer Park, is worth a visit for its historical and contemporary Asian art exhibits.  And to see pop culture there is the Seattle Museum of Pop Culture! located next to the famous city's iconic Space Needle.

Important Places to See in Seattle:

In Volunteer Park see Isamu Noguchi's iconic Black Sun sculpture.  The fantastic angular glass structure of the Seattle Public Library - designed by Rem Koolhaas.

Take a walk around historic Pioneer Square where Seattle was first settled in 1851, and which developed in a commercial hub in 1897, during the Klondike Gold Rush.

Food and Wine: Ferries can take you to Bainbridge Island for visits to wineries. It’s also a great way to get out on windy Elliott Bay.  Pike Place Market is great for quick bites and fresh seafood.

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The Story of Red Maps City Guides

What is a Red Map?

Red Maps are travel maps to cities in the United States and Europe. Each Red Map provides a traveler with a comprehensive guide a city’s cultural attractions and places of interest. Red Maps have clear-graphics and easy-to-read, concisely-organized information. Red Maps are known as a very stylish guide to have, and have been recommended in over 100 magazines and newspapers.

What Information is on a Red Map?

  • Museums with descriptions of their art collections.
  • Centrally located hotels with contact information.
  • Addresses of independent shops and designer boutiques.
  • Interesting historic landmarks with descriptions.
  • Parks, gardens and open green spaces to explore.
  • Noteworthy cafes and restaurants.

  • Why are Red Maps the Best Map?

    Red Maps’ provide the traveler with concisely-organized information on a colorful, clearly-illustrated map.
    The graphics of a Red Map enables the traveler to see everything a city has to offer in one drawing.
    Red Maps are printed on a durable paper with a matte-laminated finish, that makes it easy to read both indoors or in direct sunlight.
    Each new edition of a Red Map incorporates fresh graphics and new ideas.
    Red Maps is dedicated to producing maps of the highest design and quality.

    The Story of how Red Maps Began

    The story of Red Maps began when I was working at a job in real estate...

    One lucky day, while drawing a map to show a client the locations of shops along Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road, a colleague passed my desk, saw my drawing, and casually mentioned that I had a talent for cartography. She suggested that I make maps professionally.

    Giving it some thought, I proceeded to try just that. Each day after work I would teach myself computer-graphics by reading one chapter from an Adobe Illustrator manual. It took over one year’s time to produce the first Red Maps for sale in May of 1998.

    Jim Leniart
    Owner/Creative Director

    Why are Red Maps called Red Maps?

    The name Red Maps came from the simple idea that if a customer didn't know our name, they could ask a store clerk for “the map with the red cover.

    Where is the Red Maps company located?

  • Red Maps is a small, independently-owned company based in New York City.
  • All Red Map products are produced in the New York metropolitan area by a dedicated and talented group of individuals.
  • Red Maps are 100% Made in the USA.

  • What is Red Maps’ Philosophy?

  • Red Maps does not accept advertising.
  • Places of interest are included on Red Maps because they are noteworthy.
  • Our philosophy makes it easy to be true to what we do by staying objective.

  • Red Maps donates product to Charities.

    Red Maps is pleased to donate product to charitable organizations including AidforAIDS, ACRIA and the New York Botanical Garden.

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