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Seattle CityPASS is a ticket booklet that saves 47% on admission to the 5 best attractions in Seattle.

Plan Your Visit to Seattle

Use our collection of attraction and city resources
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CityPASS Attraction Details

Address & Hours

Space Needle

Seattle Center
400 Broad Street
Seattle, WA 98109

(206) 905-2100
(800) 937-9582

spaceneedle.com

Open 365 days a year. Hours vary by season, and special hours apply for holidays and special events; see details.

Seattle Aquarium

1483 Alaskan Way, Pier 59
Seattle, WA 98101

On downtown waterfront, below Pike Place Market

(206) 386-4300
(206) 386-4320

seattleaquarium.org

Open daily, 9:30am-5pm

Holiday hours apply on Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve; see details.

Closed Christmas Day and June 6, 2014.

Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour

Visitor Center: Pier 56
Ticket booth and dock: Pier 55
Seattle, WA 98101

5-minute walk southwest/below Pike Place Market

(206) 623-1445

argosycruises.com

Departures vary by day and season; see details.

Obtain timed boarding pass at least 15 min. prior to departure.

Closed Christmas Day.

EMP Museum

325 5th Avenue N.
Seattle, WA 98109

At Seattle Center, near Space Needle

(206) 770-2700

empmuseum.org

Summer (May 24-Sep 2): Open daily, 10am-7pm

Winter (Sep 3-May 23): Open daily 10am-5pm

Seasonal hours may apply; see details.

Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day

Woodland Park Zoo

South Entrance address:
750 N. 50th Street
Seattle, WA 98103

GPS/West Entrance address:
5500 Phinney Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98103

(206) 548-2500

zoo.org

Open daily 9:30am

Closing times vary seasonally.

Zoo closes at 3pm on July 1, 2014, for zoo fundraiser.

Closed Christmas Day.

Pacific Science Center

200 2nd Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109

Under the arches near the Space Needle

(206) 443-2001

pacificsciencecenter.org

Open 10am-5pm or 6pm.

Hours vary; check website for details.

Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

The Museum of Flight

9404 E. Marginal Way South
Seattle, WA 98108

10 minutes south of Seattle; I-5 exit 158

(206) 764-5720

museumofflight.org

Open daily, 10am-5pm

Open until 9pm on the first Thursday of every month.

Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

CityPASS Admission

Space Needle

Day/Night admission: two visits to the top within 24 hours. Check out the amazing view in daylight, then enjoy the sunset and lights of the city by dark.

Seattle Aquarium

General admission to all the aquarium’s major exhibits and frequent interpretive shows that highlight marine life from the Puget Sound region.

Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour

A one-hour narrated harbor tour that circles the Elliot Bay and Seattle Harbor, offering wonderful views of the Seattle skyline, waterfront, and Olympic and Cascade Mountains.

EMP Museum

General admission to EMP Museum at Seattle Center located just steps from the Space Needle. Explore some of the most significant moments in rock music, science fiction, and popular culture.

Woodland Park Zoo

General admission to the 92-acre award-winning zoo. Ticket valid for general admission only and is not valid with other promotions or offers; seasonal exhibits may require an additional fee.

Pacific Science Center

General admission to Washington’s leading institution for fun and engaged learning, including one regular IMAX® movie and tropical butterfly house.

The Museum of Flight

General admission to this all-encompassing aviation experience including the Great Gallery, Airpark, Lear Gallery, Personal Courage Wing, Memorial Bridge, Red Barn, and most special exhibits.

Highlights

Space Needle
  • Unparelelled views of Mt. Rainer to the south, the Cascade range to the East, and the majestic Olympics to the West.
  • Perched atop a hill in Seattle Center, its 605-foot height appears even taller.
  • Zoom in on the action below with a Swarovski telescope, for free.
  • Colorful, imaginative graphics around the outer edge of the observation level and the informative displays along the interior tell you what you are looking at so you don't have to guess.
Seattle Aquarium
  • Visitors are entertained by a fabulous assortment of charming marine mammals, including sea otters, harbors seals and fur seals.
  • Frequent interpretive shows highlight marine life from the Puget Sound region.
  • Two large tidepools allow visitors to reach in and feel live seastars, urchins, sea anemones and kelp.
  • The Underwater Dome provides 360-degree views of Puget Sound life within a 400,000-gallon tank
Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour
  • Take in amazing views of the Seattle skyline, Elliott Bay waterfront, the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, shipping terminals, and historic neighborhoods.
  • Expert narration offers interesting facts about waterfront piers, Seattle’s maritime history and Space Needle.
  • You’ll have terrific views of the Space Needle.
  • Catch a glimpse of container ships and The Washington State ferry fleet — the largest in the U.S.
EMP Museum
  • EMP is a leading-edge, nonprofit museum, dedicated to the ideas and risk-taking that fuel contemporary popular culture.
  • Fantasy: Worlds of Myth and Magic gives you the chance to experience hands-on installations that include world building, mapmaking, and a life-sized animatronic dragon; gaze upon legendary artifacts from literature, video games, and comics; and see celebrated costumes from TV and the silver screen including The Princess Bride, The Wizard of Oz, Xena: Warrior Princess, and Labyrinth.
  • Be a star at On Stage, a virtual concert experience where you’re under the bright lights, in front of screaming fans.
  • Watch music performances and light shows in Sky Church, featuring a mammoth HD LED screen.
  • Explore the spectrum of cinematic horror in Can't Look Away: The Lure of Horror Film.
  • Iconic sci-fi artifacts on display include an Imperial Dalek from Doctor Who, the Star Trek command chair, and Neo's coat from The Matrix Reloaded.
Woodland Park Zoo
  • The Zoo is home to more than 1,000 animal ambassadors, representing 300 species across the globe.
  • See the world’s first sustainable penguin exhibit, using geothermal technology to cool and heat the water.
  • Naturalistic habitats take you from Alaska's tundra (Northern Trail) to Australia & New Zealand to South America & Africa.
  • The Temperate Forest, African Savanna and Tropical Rain Forest host a vast assortment of amazing animals.
  • Zoomazium’s nature play space is perfect for kids.
  • Immerse yourself in the desert coast of Peru with the state-of-the-art Humboldt penguin exhibit.
  • Additional facilities include Rose Garden and Rain Forest Food Pavilion.
Pacific Science Center
  • The Tropical Butterfly House is warm and sunny every day of the year thanks to full-spectrum lighting.
  • Learn how personal choices can positively affect our health and well-being at Professor Wellbody's Academy of Health and Wellness, a new 7000-square foot permanent exhibit that presents health as a life-long process of balancing exercise, diet, proper rest and hygiene.
  • Meet seven robotic dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era in Dinosaurs: A Journey Through Time.
  • Learn about new advances in health scientific innovation at The Studio.
  • CityPASS includes one regular IMAX® movie.
The Museum of Flight
  • Step aboard the Space Shuttle Trainer, formerly the training apparatus for all Space Shuttle astronauts and now a permanent fixture at The Museum of Flight.
  • Walk the aisles of Air Force One and the Concorde.
  • Be inspired by those who solved the mysteries of powered flight, flew high, broke the sound barrier, and traveled into space.
  • Exhibits are interactive — climb right into cockpits.
  • See the only remaining piece of Amelia Earhart's Lockheed 10-E Electra, featured in the exhibit In Search of Amelia.

CityPASS Entry

Please read each attraction's instructions on how and where to present your CityPASS booklet. Some attractions may exchange your CityPASS ticket for one of their own.

Space Needle

With a CityPASS booklet, proceed to the General Admission Lane to skip the main ticket line. During busy times, an employee will be available to assist you. Exchange voucher for a CityPASS booklet at the ticket area Will Call window to skip the main ticket line.

Seattle Aquarium

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the member/prepaid ticket line to skip main ticket line.

Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher for a timed boarding pass at either the Argosy visitor center at Pier 56 or the ticket booth at Pier 55.

EMP Museum

Present CityPASS booklet at the admission desk to obtain an admission receipt or to any gallery entry to obtain a museum sticker. Exchange vouchers for a CityPASS booklet at the main admissions desk.

Woodland Park Zoo

Present CityPASS booklet at the main entry point to skip the main ticket line. Exchange voucher for a CityPASS at any admission ticket window.

Pacific Science Center

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at any entrance, excluding Member or Express entrance, to select your IMAX movie and reserve an entry time and to purchase exhibit/IMAX upgrade tickets.

The Museum of Flight

Present your CityPASS booklet or voucher at the member express desk or general admission desk.

Special Exhibits Included with CityPASS

EMP Museum

Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses
EMP is proud to present the world's most extensive exhibition of memorabilia celebrating the music and history of Seattle grunge luminaries, Nirvana. The exhibit features rare and unseen artifacts and photography from the band, their crews and families.

Hear My Train a Comin’: Hendrix Hits London
Featuring lyrics, personal instruments, original photographs, outrageous outfits, and rare concert footage, Hear My Train a Comin': Hendrix Hits London invites viewers to discover how Hendrix achieved prominence across the pond.

Spectacle: The Music Video
The first museum exhibition to celebrate the art and history of the music video through sight and sound. Discover the black and white musical Soundies of the 1940s featuring big band, jazz, and swing stars, and the French-made Scopitones of the 1960s. Relive MTV masterpieces and witness how megastars like Madonna, David Bowie, and Michael Jackson shaped—and re-shaped—their creative identities. Step into super-sized cinematic productions of today such as Steriogram’s Walkie Talkie Man directed by Michel Gondry, the crowdsourced Johnny Cash Project, and a special section dedicated to Seattle’s own Macklemore & Ryan Lewis—winners of four GRAMMY® awards including Best New Artist.

Block by Block: Inventing Amazing Architecture
LEGO® technology has been used by scientists to create more efficient solar panels and reduce cell phone waste. Kids have been using bricks to build imaginative creations since LEGO® was invented in 1949. See these famous bricks all grown up in an exhibit that features model skyscrapers of some of the most noteworthy landmarks on earth built by former LEGO® certified professional artist Dan Parker and his Seattle-based TrainBuilder Productions, LLC.

Pacific Science Center

Boeing and PACCAR IMAX Theaters
Your choice of one 2D or 3D showtime. Click here for current movies and schedules.

BOLD
Open through July 31, 2014
Joseph Rossano's interactive BOLD sculpture series interprets the work of innovative biodiversity scientists, including Dr. Daniel H. Janzen, distinguished Kyoto Prize Laureate, Crafoord Prize recipient, BBVA Frontiers of Knowledge awardee, and University of Pennsylvania Professor. BOLD shares the acronym of Barcode of Life Datasystems, the Canadian repository for the International Barcode of Life project, for which Janzen is a passionate proponent and contributor. Traveling widely from his Pacific Northwest home, Rossano engages the public in DNA barcoding of biodiversity through his artistic creation. He gives viewers access to efforts to catalog, understand, and protect our planet's precious and threatened biological resources. Sculptured and silvered polyurethane butterflies and Moorea reef fish, and lacquered sea life abstractions, are the core of Rossano's exhibition.

Upgrades for CityPASS Holders

Space Needle

Chihuly Garden and Glass: Use the coupon in your CityPASS booklet to receive up to $5 off general admission.

Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour

Tillicum Village Upgrade: Exchange your Argosy Harbor Tour CityPASS ticket for a Tillicum Village upgrade including narrated cruise, buffet salmon bake, and native-inspired dance show. Adults and seniors, $52 (regularly $79); ages 4-12, $18 (regularly $30); ages 3 and under, free. See coupon in booklet.

Locks Cruise Upgrade: Exchange your Argosy Harbor Tour CityPASS ticket for a Locks Cruise upgrade, a 2-and-a-half hour tour that connects the salt water of Puget Sound with the fresh water of Lake Union via the Hiram Chittenden Locks. Enjoy live narration of Seattle's history while viewing the historic waterfront. Adults and seniors, $17; ages 4-12, $10; ages 3 and under, free. See coupon in booklet.

Woodland Park Zoo

Historic Carousel: Cost for CityPASS holders: $2 per ride.

Feed the Penguins: Offered daily (Nov-Apr). Cost for CityPASS holders: $5 (children 2 and under, free).

Feed the Birds at Willawong Station: Seedsticks available weekends, holidays and school holidays; $1 each.

Feed the Giraffes: Offered twice daily (May-September, weather dependent). Cost for CityPASS holders: $5 (children 2 and under, free).

Feed the Elephants: Offered daily (May-September). Cost for CityPASS holders: $5 (children 2 and under, free).

Pacific Science Center

Evening Laser Shows: Cost for CityPASS holders: Thurs $6, Fri-Sun $9.75 (no shows Mon-Wed).

Planetarium or Laser Matinee: Cost for CityPASS holders: $3.

Full feature length IMAX films: Cost for CityPASS holders: a reduced price of only $9. Click here for current movies and schedules.

Spy: The Secret World of Espionage: This exhibition is the first-ever public exhibition of treasures from the collections of the CIA, the FBI, the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and H. Keith Melton, the renowned author, historian and international authority on spy technology. You will see real gadgets and artifacts from spies and spy catchers. You will observe spy technologies and learn the tools-of-trade, some recently declassified. This once-in-a-lifetime exhibition grants you unprecedented access into the world of espionage. On view March 29-September 1, 2014; reduced cost for CityPASS holders: $9 (all ages). This is timed-entry exhibit and will require reserving a time slot, based on availability, upon arrival at PSC.

The Museum of Flight

Space Shuttle Trainer Crew Compartment Tours: An hour-long exclusive tour of the Space Shuttle Trainer crew compartment, and an interactive Robotics experience where you can test your Canadarm skills, just like your Space Shuttle heroes. Cost for CityPASS holders: Adult, $30; Child, $25.

Audio Guides: Available in Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Russian and English. Cost for CityPASS holders: $5.

The i360 Flight Simulator: Two-seat Flight Simulators: A fully interactive and intensely fun experience where a "pilot" and "gunner" can engage in simulated air combat via individual joystick controls. You can chose from 9 different aircraft from WWI, WWII and modern jets! Cost for CityPASS holders: $8.

The Blue Angels Experience: 4D-X ride13-seat Simulator: Strap yourself into the cockpit of a Blue Angels F-18 Hornet and experience the speed and thrills of a Blue Angels Air Show. Cost for CityPASS holders: $6.

William M. Allen 3D Theater: Cost for CityPASS holders: $5.

Space Junk 3D: Fifty years after launching our dreams into space, we're left with a troubling legacy: a growing ring of orbiting debris that threatens the safety of earth's orbits. SPACE JUNK is a visually explosive journey of discovery that weighs the solutions aimed at restoring our planet's orbits.

Fighter Pilot: Operation Red Flag 3D: The Museum hosts the world premiere of Fighter Pilot 3D: Operation Red Flag, the exciting Stephen Low Company and K2 Communications documentary adventure in 3D, with a pilot's-view experience into the danger and complexity of high speed combat flying during Red Flag international air combat flight training exercises in the Nevada desert.

Advice for Visitors

During high travel seasons such as holidays and summer, entry lines can be longer than usual. Please keep this in mind when planning your visits to the attractions.

Space Needle
  • Visit before 11am or after 7pm when it's less crowded.
  • Show your CityPASS booklet at the Needlicious Fudge Center and get 1/2 pound of fudge free when you buy 1 pound.
Seattle Aquarium
  • Visit weekdays after 1 p.m. during winter and weekdays before 11 a.m. during summer when it's less crowded.
  • Don't miss the dive shows in the Window on Washington Waters and the Underwater Dome. The divers wear special masks so they can talk to the visitors.
  • The mammal feeding times also include informative training demonstrations.
  • Get your hand stamped and you can leave and re-enter the aquarium all day.
  • Parking at city meters and pay stations is free on Sundays and certain holidays. When possible, take public transportation and avoid parking hassles.
  • Get 15% off your purchase at Seattle Aquarium. See coupon in booklet.
Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour
  • The first tour of the day is usually the least-crowded.
  • Parking availability is usually best during the early part of the day.
  • Arrive 20 minutes before the scheduled departure to give yourself ample time for the ticket and boarding process.
  • For the best views, coming and going, head to the top and sit on the city side (your right, when facing the front of the boat).
  • If it’s a sunny day, grab a seat outside and don’t forget your camera.
EMP Museum
  • Conveniently located at the Seattle Center alongside several other attractions including the Space Needle and Pacific Science Center.
  • EMP is easily accessible by many bus routes, or hop on the historic Seattle Center Monorail, which departs every 10 minutes from Westlake Center downtown and from Seattle Center.
  • Parking is convenient with a lot adjacent to the museum, and a multi-level covered garage across the street on 5th Avenue.
  • Check out Jimi Hendrix performance videos and more all day in JBL Theater.
  • Enhance your museum experience by purchasing an Audio Guide at the ticketing desk on your way in.
  • Get $5 off purchases of over $35 at EMP stores, plus a free set of limited edition EMP guitar picks; see coupon in booklet.
Woodland Park Zoo
  • The least crowded time to visit is weekday afternoons after 1pm.
  • The free Woodland Park Zoo iPhone or Android App is a great way to enhance your Zoo experience; details and download.
Pacific Science Center
  • Weekday afternoons are the least-crowded. On weekends, Sunday afternoons are likely to have lightest weekend crowds.
  • Reserve an IMAX show time at the box office. Full feature-length IMAX films require a reduced rate upgrade fee of $9.
The Museum of Flight
  • Visit weekdays before 11am when it's less crowded.
  • Stop by on your way to or from Sea-Tac airport – it's only 10 minutes away.

On-site Services

Space Needle

Parking: Valet parking (at Space Needle); Seattle Center lots nearby.

Dining: SkyCity revolving restaurant & SkyCafé

Gift Shop: SpaceBase Gifts

Seattle Aquarium

Parking: Metered on-street parking available, as well as nearby lots and city parking garages.

Dining: Aquarium Café

Accessibility: All regular exhibits are wheelchair accessible.

Self-Guide: Cell phone audio tour available.

Gift Shop: Seattle Aquarium Store

Coat Check: Complimentary coat/package check available.

Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour

Parking: Metered on-street parking is available, as well as nearby lots and city parking garages.

Dining: Snacks, sandwiches, soft drinks, beer and wine available on board.

Accessibility: All vessels are wheelchair friendly. Please call (206) 623-1445 to notify Argosy of any special-assistance needs prior to cruises so they may provide appropriate assistance upon arrival.

Gift Shop: Souvenirs available in onboard gift area.

EMP Museum

Parking: On-street parking and Seattle Center lots nearby. For more information, visit Seattle Center transportation website or call (206) 233-3989.

Dining: POP Kitchen + Bar

Accessibility: Fully accessible to disabilities; on monorail line.

Gift Shop: EMP Stores

Checkroom: Complimentary guest bag and coat check.

Woodland Park Zoo

Parking: Lots at each entrance; $5.25 per day (pay at parking kiosk machines).

Dining: Rain Forest Food Pavilion, Pacific Blue Chowder House; multiple snack shacks.

Accessibility: Fully accessible. Non-electric wheelchairs available at south entrance, $10.

Self-Guide: Map, self-guided tour, iPhone or Android App.

Gift Shop: ZooStore (south and west entrances), 9:30am-closing, daily.

Strollers: Available for rent at south and west entrance visitor assistance: single strollers, $6; double strollers, $8; wagons, $9.

Pacific Science Center

Parking: James Albert Claypool Memorial Garage, located at 2nd Ave North and Denny Way

Dining: Pacific Science Center Café

Gift Shop: Pacific Science Center Store

The Museum of Flight

Parking: Museum lot, free

Dining: Wings Café

Accessibility: Handicapped accessible

Self-Guide: Gallery Audio Guides, $5 per person

Gift Shop: Museum of Flight Store

Getting There

Space Needle

Driving Directions: From I-5, take exit 167 (Seattle Center) or use the Monorail from downtown's Westlake Mall.

Seattle Aquarium

Metro Transit: King County Metro Transit offers many bus routes to take you within a 15 minute walk of the Aquarium.

Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour

Metro Transit: King County Metro Transit offers many bus routes to take you within walking distance of Piers 55 and 56.

EMP Museum

Metro Transit: EMP is served by many Metro bus routes including 3,4, and 16 with frequent connection to downtown and surrounding areas. Also very accessible by Monorail.

Woodland Park Zoo

Metro Transit: Take the #5 bus from downtown directly to the zoo.

Pacific Science Center

Driving Direction2: From I-5, take exit 167.

Metro Transit: Buses stop off at the entrance, including routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 19 and 24.

The Museum of Flight

Driving Directions: From I-5, take exit 158.

Metro Transit: Take route 124.

Group Requirements

Unscheduled group visits may create a delay in entry. For your convenience, here is list of attractions with specific group requirements. We strongly recommend that you contact them prior to your visit based on the group sizes indicated below. Please feel welcome to also contact attractions not listed here to ensure a smooth entry.

Seattle Aquarium

Groups of 20 or more: Call (206) 386-4353.

Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour

Groups of 15 or more: Call (206) 676-3158.

EMP Museum

Groups of 15 or more: Call (206) 770-2766.

Woodland Park Zoo

Groups of 20 or more: Call (206) 548-2500; Email jen.walker@zoo.org.

Pacific Science Center

Groups of 10 or more: Call (206) 443-3611.

The Museum of Flight

Groups of 10 or more: Call (206) 768-7104.

City Information

Transportation

King County Metro Transit

King County Metro Transit provides bus service in and around Seattle; find fare information here.


Seattle Center Monorail

Seattle Center Monorail travels a single route from Westlake Center to Seattle Center about every 10 minutes. Details here.


Sound Transit

Sound Transit provides rapid and affordable light-rail train connections between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and downtown Seattle, with 11 stops between the airport and Westlake Station in downtown Seattle. The trip from the airport to downtown Seattle takes 37 minutes. Details here.

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Dining

Spotlight: Bastille — French

A neighborhood cafe that transports you to the City of Light, this casual French eatery has locals swooning. Learn more

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The floor-to-ceiling windows offer a spectacular view of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. Dine on elegant New American dishes by chef John Roberts. Learn more

Inventive Korean-French-American (think kimchi, whole branzino, pickled beef tongue, brandade gnocchi) cuisine delivered flawlessly. Learn more

Tucked away on Harbor Steps, this popular spot offers innovative small plates, entrees and a not-to-be-missed happy hour. Learn more

The menu features a variety of award-winning beers brewed on location, and tasty dishes made with fresh Pike Place Market ingredients. Learn more

Shopping

Spotlight: Glassybaby

A local favorite turned national obsession! Made through a multilayered glass-blowing process, these delicate votive cups come in 400 gorgeous colors. See glassblowers at work at the Madrona store. Learn more

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Fran Bigelow opened her first Seattle store in 1982, and has since become a local favorite. Her delectable salt caramels have a serious cult following. Check out the impressive new shop at the Four Seasons Hotel. Learn more

In historic Pike Place Market, Isadoras offers exquisite antique estate jewelry, vintage diamond engagement rings, brooches, timepieces and more. The bright showroom is filled with treasures from the early 1800s through the 1950s at a variety of price points. Learn more

Offers solid wood furniture made in Seattle from trees salvaged throughout the Northwest due to disease and natural causes. The entire production process, from milling to completion, takes place within a two-mile radius and has been designed to minimize and reuse as many resources as possible. Learn more

This boutique is a one-of-a-kind destination where shoppers can find fine umbrellas, and has the largest selection available for purchase on the West Coast. There are endless options for women, kids, men, travelers and more. They even offer an umbrella rental service with an inventory of over 500 vintage umbrellas—the only location in the world to offer this unique service. Learn more

Nightlife

Spotlight: Garage

A restaurant, full bar, 25 pool tables, and an adjacent bowling alley make this Capitol Hill hall a popular hangout for pool sharks and game fans. Bring your A-game and join in the fun! Learn more

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This three and a half-hour extravaganza serves up cirque, comedy, and cabaret with a five-course dinner. Learn more

Tucked away in Pike Place Market, Can Can is a cocktail lounge-cum-vaudeville theater where the waitresses double as cancan dancers. Learn more

This upscale club features a menu from Wild Ginger, a Southeast Asian hub located just a few doors down. Learn more

This hot spot on Capitol Hill is a massive Bavarian-inspired bier hall with plenty of dark wood, Viennese chandeliers, five indoor bocce ball courts, two mezzanines, and three bars. Von Trapp’s is packed every night with people indulging in the house-baked pretzels and beers from across Europe, the United States and Canada, in between spirited games of bocce with new friends. We suggest trying the Edelweiss Punch—a potent blend of rum, apricot brandy, Meletti amaro, pineapple gum, lime, Weissbier and nutmeg. Hungry? Order one of the many house-made sausages—from kielbasa to bratwurst. Go early—as the night wears on, a line starts to form. Learn more

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Blog

Best Cities to See 4th of July Fireworks

Best Cities for Fireworks Since July 4, 1777 -- the first birthday of the United States of America -- fireworks have been a part of our nation’s celebratory fabric. The Congressionally-sponsored fireworks were commissioned to celebrate the first anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and delivered a rousing light show to the colonists in a patriotic pyrotechnic display. At the conclusion of the very first 4th of July celebration, 13 rocket fireworks were launched into the air -- one for each of the 13 original colonies.

Today, the tradition continues nearly 240 years later. However, what was once 13 colonies has grown to 50 states -- each with their own way of celebrating America’s birthday. Here are our picks for five of the most astounding and entertaining fireworks displays scattered throughout the U.S. read more »

Summering With Your Kids in Sunny Seattle

Your kids are wiggling and giggling, the sun is shining this summer, and there isn’t anything going to stand in your way of enjoying an awesome family vacation in Seattle. There’s so much to love about this city: It’s youthful, energetic and friendly. It has a Super Bowl champion’s swagger (yay, Seahawks!); gentle Puget Sound breezes that stave off the heat; the country’s heartiest coffee; and fresh seafood that will knock your socks off. And that famous rain? Seattle has less rainfall per year than either New York or Washington, D.C. (though it can get eternally gray in the winter). read more »

Scary Sue Caption Contest

Summer is here! Let's get this party started with a Caption Contest! Submit your caption for this photo, taken at the beloved Field Museum in Chicago! Make it funny. Keep it clean. The caption with the most votes will get 2 CityPASS booklets to any city, except Southern California. Another pair of booklets will be given to a contestant of CityPASS' choice. read more »

Treading Lightly: Keeping City Travel Sustainable

A good vacation can make you feel revitalized and healthy, and stave off burnout — with thoughtful planning, your trip can do the same for the planet. No longer a marketing catchphrase meant to lure backpackers to underdeveloped locations, eco-friendly tourism today means making every effort to minimize your footprint when you travel, whether you’re headed to the other side of the world or just around the corner. read more »

Let's Get Festive: Five Fun & Funky US Fests

Spring has sprung and summer is not far behind. With the arrival of better weather, now is the time to start letting you know about all the sunny fun that’s available to you at the many festivals taking place in your favorite CityPASS destinations. Here are five fun and funky festivals to enjoy. We will share more as the season heats up! read more »

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