Listening to the health experts and following through with the "social distancing," but still miss going out and about in the Emerald City? Why not bring some of the city's iconic sights to your couch? If you're wondering how, we've rounded up some movies filmed in Seattle right here.
Whether it's a romantic neighborhood or a sought-after bar stool at restaurants where Tom Hanks actually sat, these movie locations are sure to bring you warm and fuzzy memories of emerald town.
If you can't believe some of these spots exist, that's even better. Take notes so you can check them out over the summer.
Sleepless In Seattle
Why You Need To Watch: Whether you just heart Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, or you just want to soak in classic sights like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, the famed boathouse on Lake Union or get Elliott Bay views from the Athenian Seafood Restaurant & Bar, this one will never get old.
10 Things I Hate About You
Why You Need To Watch: To stare at Heath Ledger and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. And to take a romantic stroll through the Fremont neighborhood — Gas Works Park, Fremont Troll, Paramount Theatre, and Kerry Park, they're all there.
Why You Need To Watch: If it's cold and rainy outside, this film shot across Deception Pass, the Harbor Steps Apartments downtown, and the Westin Hotel library will make you feel like you're in it.
21 & Over
Why You Need To Watch: If you want to feel like you're forever 21 but only through the screen, you can go on a virtual pub crawl through the University District's bars like Fin MacCool’s, The Knarr Shipwreck Lounge, and Big Time Brewery & Alehouse.
Why You Need To Watch: Feast your eyes on John Cusack. Plus dream of the burgers from Dick’s Drive-In and reminisce about Alaskan Way Viaduct, which is now about to be turned into a massive shark tank.
Fifty Shades of Grey
Why You Need To Watch: From Christian's swanky condo to spinning views of Seattle from the Columbia Tower Club, you can experience the city through the eyes of Mr. and Mrs. Grey. Cocktails at Zig Zag Cafe and his catamaran on Elliot Bay are all included.
Why You Need To Watch: This made-in-Seattle movie starring Keira Knightley and Chloë Grace Moretz features everything from a shopping spree at the Northgate Nordstrom to a party at Chihuly Garden and Glass.