Gateway to the Pacific Northwest
Seattle's highly compact downtown core allows visitors to easily access the city's best attractions on foot. If your feet need a little vacation, just hop on one of Seattle's many vintage trolleys and explore the Seattle Space Needle, International District, and the famous Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibit for starters. Work up an appetite and head to Pioneer Square for fresh oysters and premium Washington wines. Yum!
Tours and Activities
Seattle Center Space Needle
Visit the Seattle Center Space Needle and get 360° views of the whole city. Selfies are mandatory!
Emerald City Trolley
Hop on a vintage trolley and explore Seattle's popular neighbourhoods and attractions. Experienced guides will fill you in on details and interesting facts along the way.
Pike Place Fish Co.
Watch masterful fish throwers at Pike Place Fish Co. as they toss the catch of the day. Highly entertaining, slightly aromatic.
Museum of Flight
Take a break from land travel and head to the Museum of Flight where you can check out over 150 planes and spacecrafts, from the basic Aeronca C-2 to the Space Shuttle Trainer.
1792 - First European visits.
1907 - Pike Place Market opens.
1962 - The Space Needle is built to commemmorate the world's fair.
1971 - The first Starbucks opens at 1st & Pike.