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What You Should Know About the Top Attractions in Seattle
No matter how long you plan to stay in Seattle, you will never run out of things to see and do. If anything, you might run into a problem of deciding where to start! But that’s where we’ve got you covered. Looking for a guide to the top attractions in Seattle but don't want to go to a visitor center? Keep reading — first-time visitors can visit the most popular attractions Seattle has to offer and still find hidden gems.
Getting Around Seattle Using Public Transportation
There's no need to deal with local traffic. Seattle public transportation is exceptional. You may actually discover that taking the bus or light rail saves you time. A little planning will make navigating the area even easier; do your homework, and you can rest easy once you arrive. To help, we've highlighted the value of exploring Seattle via public transportation, as well as your best options for seeing the best of the Emerald City without stressing about the traffic.
Seattle Indoor Attractions To Visit During the Summer
There’s no shortage of things to do in Seattle, Washington, when the weather won’t cooperate. From family excursions to solo adventures to special outings for two, anyone and everyone will find the following Seattle indoor activities ideal for summer.
Everything You Need to Know About Argosy Harbor Cruises in Seattle
Seattle is stunning on land but even better by sea. Get a fresh perspective of the gorgeous Emerald City with a one-hour Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour. As you glide by the dynamic city skyline, take in the sights and sounds of the bustling waterfront and its historic neighborhoods, including lively shipyards and terminals, container ships, the Washington State ferry fleet, towering cruise ships and maybe even a sea lion basking on the rocks or little seals frolicking in the harbor waters.
Seattle Aquarium Guide: Hours, Parking & More
Just as unique as its people, Seattle is home to a variety of Seattle attractions meant to entertain visitors near or far. One such attraction is the Seattle Aquarium. Here, the Puget Sound and nearby waters are celebrated in a well-designed space that introduces locals and visitors to the fascinating creatures that dwell just outside in the waters of the Pacific Northwest and illustrates how conservation efforts will allow such an incredibly diverse ecosystem to thrive.
Seattle From a Distance: Virtual Attraction Tour
As humans, we're creative and social beings, so social distancing is hard. We want to explore, travel, see and do, especially as winter recedes and the days get longer and warmer. While our favorite Seattle attractions are closed for the time being, they're still providing plenty of fun, education and inspiration.