1300 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
When planning a trip to Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, a museum tour might not be the first thing that comes to mind, but it makes perfect sense. Checking out cultural institutions is a great way to gain a perspective on local history, ideas, and more. Within the city itself, the Seattle Art Museum is known for its Native American and Asian arts collections. Upon entering, visitors encounter an extraordinary display of nine sculpted white cars hanging in the air at different angles.
400 Broad Street, Seattle, WA 98109
If you see anything in Seattle, see everything. Visit the Space Needle for spectacular views twice in 24 hours – once during the day, once at night. From 520ft up, the Observation Deck provides a 360° view of Seattle and beyond that commands your attention. See the snow-capped Cascade Mountains to the east and the majestic Olympic mountain range to the west with breathtaking indoor and outdoor viewing. For Pacific Northwest cuisine that is matched only by the views served with it, visit SkyCity.
5500 Phinney Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98103
When you visit Woodland Park Zoo, you help save wildlife. That's because a portion of every dollar spent at Woodland Park Zoo supports animal conservation projects in the Northwest and around the world. The Zoo's 92-acres and award-winning exhibits are home to more than 1,000 animals representing 300 species from around the world. Save 47% and skip ticket lines at Seattle’s 5 best attractions. Seattle CityPASS includes admission to: Woodland Park Zoo, Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium and more!