Seattle Waterfront

Seattle Waterfront

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...
Seattle Center

Seattle Center

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...
Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

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...
Bainbridge Island

Bainbridge Island

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...