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Seattle

Located on scenic Puget Sound less than 2 hours from the Canadian border, Seattle, Washington is a vibrant cultural city known for software giants, Jazz greats, and the towering Space Needle. What began as a major seaport and logging town, Seattle developed a lively music scene that powered diverse musicians including Ray Charles, Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Kenny G. The Emerald City is also home to 9 professional and semi-professional sports teams, a thriving indie rick scene, several high-profile film festivals and numerous opportunities for outdoor activities like hiking, cycling and kayaking.


What to Do in Seattle

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Argosy Cruises
The Argosy Cruises has been operating for more than 60 years now. Cruise your way to see the picturesque scenes of the Pacific Northwest which is one of...
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ArtXchange Seattle
The ArtXchange Seattle is a contemporary art gallery with global dimension that exhibits national and international artworks. It was founded in 1995 by...
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Century Ballroom
The Century Ballroom was established in 1997 to encourage people in learning different kinds of social dancing. The Ballroom is located on the second floor...
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EMP Museum
The EMP Museum was established by the co-founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen and publicly opened in 2000. It was previously named as the Experience Music...
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Your price: $102
Fremont Troll
The Fremont Troll is a public art and a huge statue also known as the Troll Under the Bridge or just plainly called the Troll. It can be found under the...
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Frye Art Museum
The Frye Art Museum opened in 1952 and located along the neighborhood of First Hill. It is considered to be the first free museum of arts in Seattle. It...
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Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour
The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour was formed from the partnership of various aviation companies and organization. The museum opened on...
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G. Gibson Gallery
The G. Gibson Gallery opened its doors to the public in August 1991. It has a showcase of exhibits of works on paper, installations and sculpture and contemporary...
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Gameworks
The Game Works is a chain entertainment hub for simulators, video games, prizes with bar and restaurant. The first branch of Game Works was opened in Seattle...
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Hiram M. Chittenden Locks and Carl S. English Jr. Botanical
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks is a complicated structure of locks also known as the Ballard Locks. It’s located at the western end of Salmon Bay and publicly...
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Husky Stadium
The Husky Stadium is a football stadium situated on the campus of the University of Washington. It’s considered the largest stadium in the Pacific Northwest...
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InnerSea Discoveries
The InnerSea Discoveries presents the Un-Cruise Adventures. Experience the Active Adventure of fairly priced expedition boats that can accommodate up to...
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Jet City Improv
Jet City Improv is an audience interactive comedy show which is appropriate for all ages. They have a great line up of performers which is not stand up...
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Your price: $102
Kenmore Air
Kenmore Air is an airline operating in America and and headquartered on the Kenmore Air Harbor. The American Airline was founded by Jack Mines, Robert...
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Kerry Park
Kerry Park can be found on the slope of Queen Anne Hill with an area of 1.26 acres. It is a legacy by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sperry Kerry given to the City...
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Kirkland Arts Center
The Kirkland Arts Center has existed for over half a century with year 2012 as its 50th anniversary, and the 120th anniversary of its historic landmark...
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McCaw Hall
The McCaw Hall originally opened as the Civic Auditorium in 1928. And finally opened as the McCaw Hall in 2003. The McCaw Hall is managed by the Seattle...
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Museum of Glass
The existence of the Museum of Glass was made possible through the creative mind of Dr. M. Phibbs and was architecturally designed by Arthur Erickson....
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Your price: $64
Nordic Heritage Museum
The Nordic Heritage Museum stands on the red brick building which was formerly the Daniel Webster Elementary School. It was established in 1980 and located...
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Your price: $40
Pacific Raceways
The Pacific Raceways was built in 1959 and opened to the public in 1960. This racing facility is located just minutes away from Kent, Washington. It has...
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Pacific Science Center
The Pacific Science Center was built in 1962 for the Seattle World’s Fair and it was previously named as United States Science Pavilion. It is the first...
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Pacific Science Center
The Pacific Science Center was built in 1962 for the Seattle World’s Fair and it was previously named as United States Science Pavilion. It is the first...
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Puget Sound Symphony Orchestra
The Puget Sound Symphony Orchestra was established and still being directed by Alan Shen. It operates as a nonprofit organization supported by musician...
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Remlinger Farms
The Remlinger Farms was established in the summer of 1965 by Gary and Bonnie Remlinger. The fascinating farm has an area of 200 acres and offers educational...
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Your price: $23.9
Ride the Ducks of Seattle
Ride the Ducks is an amphibious vehicle tour operation found in different cities of the USA. And one of the tour operations is located in Seattle. It...
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Your price: $56
Seattle Art Museum
The Seattle Art Museum is also popularly known as SAM. It consists of three art facilities with its main museum located in downtown Seattle. The other...
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Your price: $86
Seattle Center
The Seattle Center is a 74 acre area of a park and arts and entertainment center. It’s located along the Anne neighborhood in lower Queen on the northern...
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Seattle Center Monorail
The Seattle Center Monorail was opened on March 24, 1962 with a total cost $3.5 million. It was built for the World’s Fair, Century 21 Exposition. The...
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Your price: $4.5
Seattle Childrens Museum
The Seattle Children’s Museum is situated at the Seattle Center of the Center House’s lowest floor. The museum is 22,000 square foot area of exciting...
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Your price: $61.5
Seattle Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks is a football team in the USA who joined the National Football League in 1976. Currently they are playing for the Western Division...
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Seattle Symphony
The first performance of the orchestra was on December 29, 1903 with the brilliant conductor, Harry West. The orchestra was previously known as the Seattle...
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Space Needle
The Space Needle is a tower that symbolizes Seattle. It is one of the great landmarks in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. It was constructed mainly for...
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Your price: $38
Tacoma Art Museum
The Tacoma Art Museum was established in 1935 and previously named as the Tacoma Art Association. A group of volunteers is responsible for the foundation...
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Your price: $52
Teatro Zinzanni
The Teatro ZinZanni was established in October 1998. It started in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood and expanded on the Waterfront. Norman Langil is...
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The 5th Avenue Theatre
The 5th Avenue Theatre first opened in 1926. It operates as a nonprofit theater supported by ticket sales, government sources and individual and corporate...
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The Center for Wooden Boats
The Center for Wooden Boats is a museum established in the 1970’s by Dick Wagner. It is devoted to the documentation and preservation of the Pacific Northwest’s...
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The Museum of Flight
The Museum of Flight is a private air and space museum and a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1965. Its location is southern downtown of Seattle...
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Your price: $66
The Wing Luke Museum
The Wing Luke museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is located at the center of the Chinatown International District and informally plainly known...
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Your price: $45.8
Theatre Puget Sound
The Theatre Puget Sound was established in 1997 and operates as a not for profit organization. It is dedicated to backing up the Puget Sound Area of Washington...
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Unexpected Productions
The Unexpected Productions celebrated its silver anniversary last June 2008 making its operating existence of over 29 years. The Unexpected Productions...
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Waterways Cruises
Waterways Cruises and Events offers dinner cruises, brunch cruises, corporate charters and weddings aboard its luxurious yachts....
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Woodinville Wine Country
The Woodinville Wine Country is located on the Sammamish Valley. It is composed of prestigious wineries and tasting rooms. The notable wineries in the...
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Woodland Park Zoo
The Woodland Park Zoo opened in 1899. It is a zoological garden located along the neighborhood of Phinney Ridge. The zoo park is part of the estate of...
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Your price: $25.5

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