You’ll have your choice of so many wonderful things to do and see that you won’t know what to do first during your visit to the city of Seattle. We have our recommendations below, but there are plenty more. Be sure to fit as many into your itinerary as you can, because you’ll want to see as much of Seattle as you can.

Travel Guide

One of the first things to do in Seattle is to see the Space Needle. This is a must when you’re in Seattle. Be sure to take an afternoon and on out to the Pike Place Market for shopping and dining. Don’t forget to visit the zoo, too, while you’re in town. Mt. Ranier National Park is another great outing for you to take advantage of.

Seattle has a lot of great attractions and the tourist industry is quite busy in the city, there is also superb shopping so include that too. Customer service is a priority and you’re sure to enjoy yourself while you’re in town.

Space Needle
400 Broad Street
Seattle, WA 98109
206-905-2100
Located near the Monorail and Seattle Center House at 5th Avenue North & Broad Street. One of the first places to see when you’re in Seattle is The Space Needle.

Experience Music Project
325 5th Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
206.EMPLIVE
(206.367.5483)
Another great place to visit when in Seattle is the Experience Music Project.

Pike Place Market
85 Pike Street, Room 500
Seattle, WA 98101
206-682-7453
There is a special place in Seattle and it’s called the Pike Place Market. Here you’ll be able to eat and shop at a variety of different places.

Woodland Park Zoo
5500 Phinney Ave. No. (West Gate)
Seattle, WA
206-684-4800
A wonderful way to spend the afternoon is at the Woodland Park Zoo. With tons of great animals this zoo is an award winner and proves to be a great time for all. It is also a breakaway from the hustle of the city.

Safeco Field
Seattle Mariners
1250 First Avenue South
(206) 346-4001
During a part of your visit to Seattle, you’ll want to visit the Safeco Field. It is the home of the Seattle Mariners and you might even take in a game. Single game tickets go from about $50 down to $10 and it’s a great occasion – if you can get tickets. There is also the Safeco Plaza on Brooklyn Avenue, a great shopping area and it also has some great bars and restaurants in it.

Mt. Ranier National Park
Tahoma Woods, Star Route
Ashford, WA 98304-9751
Visitor Information
360-569-2211 x. 3314
When you’re in Seattle a trip to the Mt. Ranier National Park should be included in your itinerary. There is a live volcano and much more to see and do at this park.

Pacific Science Center
200 Second Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
206.443.2001
With all kinds of hands on exhibits and afternoon at the The Pacific Science Center is a fantastic experience.

Museum of Flight
9404 East Marginal Way S
Seattle, WA 98108
206-764-5720
You’ll learn all about the history of flight and the Wright Brothers when you visit the Museum of Flight in Seattle. There is a lot to see and do at this museum.

Washington Park Arboretum
40th Avenue East
Seattle, WA
206-684-4725
Washington Park Arboretum is on the shore on 230 acres. There is a Japanese Garden among the beautiful scenery. A stroll here will rejuvenate you.