With everything from unrivaled natural beauty and world-class attractions to major sports teams, a thriving arts and culture scene, and beyond, there’s always something to do in Seattle.
Originally constructed to be part of the 1962 World's Fair, this Seattle landmark is arguably one of the most iconic. Not only does the attraction provide exceptional panoramic views of downtown, but also of the Puget Sound, the Cascades and Olympic Mountains.
Chihuly Garden and Glass
A unique visual experience, the Chihuly Garden and Glass showcases the epic work of Northwest glass artist Dale Chihuly with a series of mind- and glass-blowing indoor and outdoor installations.
Pike Place Market
A famous market and a must-see, no matter the length of your trip. Not only is it Seattle's most visited landmark (impressive for a market, right?), but it's also a great place for foodies to indulge in tasty grub.
Setting off from Cherry Street, the one-hour walk snakes under Pioneer Square, past beautifully preserved 19th-century architecture and into the earliest roots of Seattle. You can now also explore underground Seattle in a whole new light too, by joining a Red Light District Tour. Expect to come face to face with Seattle's underbelly, including discussions about prostitution, gambling, vice and drinking.
Museum of Pop Culture
Celebrating pop culture and science fiction, the exhibition space is wrapped inside a fluid Frank Gehry design. Play in your own virtual rock band while learning about the region’s rich rock legacy or geek out in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame.
Museum of Flight and Boeing Tour
The 90-minute Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour covers the past, present and future of human flight in a state-of-the-art museum and gives you entry to the Boeing factory.