You will be able to learn the story about the birth of Seattle in a humorous and informative way as well as see and touch the decades old construction and architecture. This tour is a must for history buffs.
One of a kind space features an impressive mix of bars and custom details. This is an upscale Starbucks experience that allows you to not only enjoy signature cocktails and spirit-free dinks inspired by Starbucks Reserve coffee and Teavana tea, but also immerse yourself in the indulgence of artisanal pizzas and pastries.
Seattle waterfront has stunning views over West Seattle and the Puget Sound, and it’s a fun place to walk and explore. There are multiple seafood restaurants for a quick bite (Anthony’s Bell Street Diner) or fine dining (Six Seven). You can also shop at unique souvenir or novelty shops or ride the Great Wheel.
A 11-story glass and steel building in downtown, the Seattle Central Library is certainly bold, with a reflective glass skin, sharp planes and overhangs caused by discrete “floating platforms”
Seattle Center is a cultural, arts and entertainment zone on 74 acres. From the Space Needle, Chihuly Glass Museum & Garden, Museum of Pop Culture to Pacific Science Center, Key Arena and food court, it has everything for everyone. Tickets are required for museums but access to Seattle Center is free.
Check website for events and festivals http://www.seattlecenter.com/events/event-calendar.
A must do in Seattle. The market offers farmers’ stands for seasonal produce, a wealth of permanent produce stalls, four fish markets, dozens of specialty food stores for hard-to-find ingredients, a crafts market with more than 200 traders and an absurd number of places to eat.
Get a free walking tour of the market https://www.seattlefreewalkingtours.org/market-experience-tour.php.
Covered in monumental artworks, this award-winning nine-acre sculpture park on the waterfront is Seattle’s largest downtown green space. Free public tours take place Saturdays and Sundays at 1 pm. Tours begin outside the PACCAR Pavilion.
Take Seattle-Bainbridge Island ferry, departing from Pier 52 for a 45-minute ferry ride to Bainbridge. From fine food, eclectic boutiques, scenic vistas to the great outdoors, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Bainbridge Island Farmer Market is every Saturday 9-1pm between April and December.
Come and see how it is like to work at the world’s largest and most innovative e-commerce. This 90-minute guided tour takes visitors through a few buildings on Amazon’s urban campus– including Doppler, Day 1, and The Spheres.
Take the water taxi from its dock near the Seattle Ferry Terminal and enjoy a 15-min boat ride to Alki beach. From here, take a leisure stroll along the beach on a 2.5 mile flat and well-maintained path. Lighthouse, restaurants, bars and cafes are along the beach. Salty’s on Alki with sweeping views of Elliott Bay and Seattle skyline offers award-winning weekend brunch.