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Holiday Happenings in Big, Beautiful Cities

Holiday travel brings friends and family together to revel in the comfort of familiar surroundings. But it also provides an unmatched opportunity to explore traditions beyond your own family or hometown celebrations. If a CityPASS tour takes you on the road this Christmas season, look for your destination city’s signature holiday happenings and join the festivities. You just might turn some vacation memories into traditions of your own back home. read more »

Stars of the Show: Baby Zoo Animals

What a treat it is to visit a Zoo and get a peek at a newly-arrived baby animal - some so tiny you're lucky to catch a glimpse, others larger than many adult humans, but all of them too cute to resist. Here, we highlight some baby animals that were born in Zoos across the U.S. in 2012. read more »

Enjoy Collections Cafe in Seattle's Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum

The last decade has been extraordinary kind to hungry museum-goers, who long had the choice between hamburgers and hot dogs if they didn't want to eat off-campus. Museums are now curating their cafes with the same seriousness they'd apply to a blockbuster exhibition, well-aware that the right restaurant has similar cash-generating potential. This week, Voracious is visiting the city's newest museum eateries. read more »

Museum of Flight Dives Into Assembling Space-shuttle Trainer

Imagine you just brought something home from Ikea that was so cool you were undeterred by the note on the box saying "some assembly required." Now, just for fun, let's say you didn't actually bring it home yourself, but you had it delivered — in three shipments by air and nine by truck. read more »

A Walking Tour of Seattle Neighborhoods

Despite the rain, Seattle seems more connected to its natural environment than any other city in the U.S. Ethereal mountains playing hide-and-go-seek on the horizon, wild blackberry brambles hugging trees on the side of the road, and water, water everywhere give this city a fairytale charm, as if Mother Goose herself built the set. Though she didn’t plan for the notoriously bad traffic, you really don’t have to fear getting caught in the crush. The city comprises more than 100 distinct and comfortably walkable neighborhoods, with those of most interest to tourists clustered around the downtown area. You can park and hoof it (just ignore the rain) to many of the city’s most interesting attractions. read more »

Foodie or not, you can't go wrong with these dining suggestions!

It's the question everyone's trying to answer: "Where should we eat?" Our partners at WhereTraveler make that decision a little easier with their tips on the best dining in 100+ destinations worldwide, including many CityPASS cities. From the swanky to the down-and-dirty-dive-right-in, check out some of these delicious dining options on your next CityPASS adventure.

 

 

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Seattle Showcases Summer Festivals

Seattle may be synonymous with coffee, but at the Seattle International Beerfest, the world’s craft beer brewers will put their idea of alchemy on display. If you’re one who believes the golden liquid really is the elixir of life — or you just enjoy a chilly quaff — you won’t want to miss this hoppy event. read more »

Chihuly Garden and Glass is Seattle’s latest “must-see” attraction

Pacific Northwest native Dale Chihuly couldn’t have picked a better location for Seattle’s newest must-see attraction, Chihuly Garden and Glass, which opened May 21. Located at the base of the Emerald City’s iconic Space Needle, this expansive, colorful collection of Chihuly masterworks gives visitors an opportunity to marvel at creations from every decade of the artist’s storied career. read more »

Fun Cinco de Mayo Weekend Celebrations

Cities across the country get festive for Cinco de Mayo and go crazy for half-price Mexican beers, but what exactly are we celebrating? Cinco de Mayo – or the Fifth of May - is a holiday originating in Puebla, Mexico to commemorate the last foreign battle on North American soil. The Mexican army defeated the much larger and better-equipped French army in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. read more »

Seattle Celebrates 50th Anniversary of World's Fair

The previous 50 years brought Seattle the iconic Space Needle, futuristic symbol of the 1962 World’s Fair, and global recognition as a Pacific Northwest powerhouse in terms of innovation and culture. What will The Next Fifty bring? read more »

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