Best Things to Do in Seattle
|Located at the Seattle Center with many other family activities, the Space Needle is Seattle’s major landmark. You can take an elevator to the top for around $8 and see amazing views. There is also a restaurant at the top that is pretty pricey. The Space Needle is a lot cooler from a distance than close up. It is made of metal and somewhat run down, but worth a look.
|Pike Place Market
|Historic market with fresh seafood and produce together with crafts… This is Seattle’s #1 tourist attraction to see the fishmongers throw fish. Huge crowds and a fun atmosphere with unique craft shopping and restaurants. Don’t miss the fish throwing!!!
|Seattle’s Aquarium is a great stop for families and rainy days. Incredible exhibits where fish surround you in glass roofed aquariums. Favorite attractions include sea lions and sea otters in indoor / outdoor exhibits connected to the Puget Sound’s natural waters.
|Truly Underground Tour
|Under the streets of Seattle lies the wildest history you can imagine. One of Seattle’s favorite and most unique attractions…
|Stunning waterfall visited by millions annually. Do not miss this incredible site.
|Olympic Sculpture Garden
|Free waterfront sculpture park over 9 acres – views of Elliott Bay and Space Needle, plus cafe – (healthy) walking distance from Belltown / downtown.
|Seattle Ship Locks
|Ballard “Locks” allow boats to pass from Bay to Lake. The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks are an amazing site a short drive from downtown.
|Alki Beach – West Seattle
|Great beach with awesome views of Seattle’s downtown.
|Historic Seattle district known for antique shopping, great restaurants, and hot nightclubs with live music.
|A beautiful ferry ride to a small-town island paradise…
|Great department stores and boutiques with personal service in downtown Seattle…
|Museum of Pop Culture
|The most unique music museum in theworld…Dedicated to the best kind of music – rock.
|Pacific Science Center
|Great for kids… The center includes 200 interactive hands-on exhibits, a planetarium with two shows, an IMAX theater, and a laser theater. Features include making a giant sheet bubble, computer simulations, virtual reality hang-gliding, and robot battles. Learn a lot and have fun at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center.
|Museum of Flight
|Airplane museum photo essay with videos. Perfect for a family activity.
|San Juan Islands
|Amazing island getaway nearby Seattle – known for whale watching.
|Spend a long vacation going to school in Seattle.
|Washington State Convention Center – Seattle
|Ensure a convenient trip to your next conference in downtown Seattle with our detailed guide to the Washington State Convention Center.