This Pacific Northwest city is known for its love of coffee. It is home to the original Starbucks and nearly 300 coffee shops. The locals are also passionate about their sailboats. There is no better way to spend the afternoon than sailing across the harbor and into the wide open sea with the ocean spray in your face and the wind against your back. Seattle is also known for its rainy weather. You will quickly learn what the term “sunbreak” means. Seattle averages only 60 days without rain during the entire year. So, when the locals see the sun break through the clouds, they go to the nearest park to enjoy the sunshine.
Space Needle Observation Deck
In 1962, Seattle hosted the World’s Fair and built this iconic landmark. It is recognized around the world because of its distinctive structure and it draws an immediate association with Seattle whene... See more
Pike Place Fish Market
Watch the popular tradition of “flying fish” as fishmongers playfully throw your fish in the air before wrapping it up for you. This open air fish market started in 1930 but by 1986 it was nearing b... See more
Boeing Future of Flight Tour
Discover one of Seattle’s most popular attractions when you visit the only commercial jet assembly plant in North America that gives tours to the public. Learning about the dynamics of flight and new... See more
The Gum Wall
This is the most unusual attraction in all of Washington state. The unexpected and colorful display is an excellent representation of Seattle’s unique charm and character. It started in 1993 when lo... See more
March to the Match
Participate in one of the best traditions in American sports, the March to the Match. This prematch march has become a hallmark of the Major League Soccer’s Seattle Sounders FC match day.
The March t... See more
Bruce Lee’s Grave
Adjacent to Volunteer Park is Lake View Cemetery, the final resting place of martial arts legend Bruce Lee and his son, Brandon Lee. This is where Bruce Lee, legendary Chinese American martial artist... See more