SPACE NEEDLE RENOVATIONS AND CLOSURES
Please Note: Due to ongoing renovations, the Space Needle will be closed the following dates: March 6-8, reopening at 12pm on March 9; March 12-14, reopening at 12pm on March 15; March 20-22, reopening at 11am on March 23. Renovations will continue through May 2018; for most of the renovation period, observation deck will remain partially open, with up to 70% of the experience available. Please visit spaceneedle.com to verify hours and availability before your visit.
See Seattle's top attractions, handpicked and packaged together at a significant savings.
Space Needle Renovations: The Space Needle will be undergoing renovations starting September 5, 2017, through May 2018. The observation deck will remain partially open during this time, with up to 70% of the experience available. Please visit spaceneedle.com to verify hours and availability before your visit.
If you see one thing in Seattle, see everything. Explore jaw-dropping 360-degree views on the Observation Deck: majestic mountains, sparkling waters, towering skyscrapers and beyond. New in Summer 2018: floor-to-ceiling windows and the world’s first rotating glass floor, revealing more views than ever before!
Day/Night admission, including two visits to the top: one during the day and a second same-day visit during the last three hours of operation
Discover playful sea otters, graceful octopuses, luminous moon jellies and more. Be amazed by Window on Washington Waters, a 120,000-gallon exhibit with daily dive shows. Touch live sea creatures in tide pools. Immerse yourself in the Underwater Dome’s 360-degree view. Take a virtual trip to the tropics in the Pacific Coral Reef exhibit. Learn about the Aquarium’s mission: Inspiring Conservation of the Marine Environment.
General admission to all major exhibits, plus interpretive shows
Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour
Learn about Seattle on this entertaining one-hour, live-narrated cruise of Elliott Bay and the Seattle Harbor while taking in views of the city skyline. View the spectacular panoramic background of the majestic Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges. See the city’s historic waterfront, busy shipyards and breathtaking natural beauty.
A one-hour narrated Harbor Cruise Tour
Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP)
Experience the power of pop culture in MoPOP's colorful Frank Gehry-designed building! Explore some of the most significant moments in rock music, science fiction, and popular culture with hands-on experiences, iconic artifacts, and award-winning exhibitions featuring luminaries in the fields of music, literature, television, video games.
Woodland Park Zoo
Connect with nature and discover the world of gorillas, grizzlies, lions and more at a top award-winning zoo. Encounter one of the largest land mammals: the greater one-horned rhinoceros, a new animal to the zoo. Meet curious and clever ambassador animals at outdoor theater programs—hornbill, porcupine and more. And, explore Zoomazium’s indoor nature play space for kids. See and save wildlife!
Chihuly Garden and Glass
Immerse yourself in a world where curiosity, creativity and color come to life. Visit the Galleries, ever-changing Garden and signature Glasshouse, where you’ll be inspired by artist Dale Chihuly’s innovation and passion.
General admission, plus a complimentary audio tour (smartphone required)
Pacific Science Center
Ignite your curiosity! Discover hands-on science fun and watch exciting live demonstrations. Explore living exhibits with rare animals and plants, travel through distant galaxies in the planetarium, and wander among fluttering butterflies in the Tropical Butterfly House.
Spectacular views, with a double shot of Seattle’s best attractions.
The city of Seattle is almost always buzzing. While some say it’s the coffee, we think it might also be the city’s best attractions, which we’ve hand-picked and packaged into an easy-to-use CityPASS ticket booklet that's valid for 9 consecutive days starting with the first day of use. You’ll save time and money and see the city at your own pace, so you’ll remember your trip long after you get home.
Our family of four had great fun touring Seattle's best sites! Despite being locals, we don't often get the time to see all the fun family destinations that Seattle has to offer. These passes paid for themselves within the first two locations compared to regular entry fees.
We highly recommend getting the Seattle city pass. We were really overwhelmed with all of the activities when we started planning our trip through Seattle; there is so much to do. It gave us a really well rounded tour of the highlights of Seattle.
Two trips to Space Needle alone is almost the price of the Seattle CityPASS. If you do anything nearby like Chihuly and EMP Museum, you're already ahead.
This was one of the coolest things we have ever purchased while traveling and I would recommend it to anyone! We saw all of Seattle, with two little kids, and we did it for half the price.
We hit Seattle running once we landed with only 4 days before we had to fly back home and so much to see, do, and eat it was tough to plan our trip but with a CityPASS in hand it makes the sights easy to route and walk right in. One of our best purchases worry free.
For your money's worth, the CityPASS Seattle is the best way to go. Not only did it include the best attractions in Seattle for the adults, it was perfect for the children, too.
What a great deal! 1.Ordering the pass was easy. 2.Trading your letter for the passbook was a breeze. 3.Absolutely no problems with entry to attractions. The cruise and Space Needle offer such beautiful views of the city. Great photos for those who love taking pictures!
I painstakingly compared all the admission prices of each attraction (even using Military Discounts and our Entertainment Book coupons in the calculations), to the cost of the CityPASS. It definitely won out. PLUS...there were extra savings.
We live in Seattle but wanted to be tourists for a couple of days... City Pass is the way to do it.