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Ferry in front of downtown Seattle

Ride a Ferry

Seattle has the largest ferry system in the United States, carrying over 23 million riders and 10 million cars back and forth across Puget Sound each year. Many people use the ferries as part of their daily commute to work, which is definitely a relaxing alternative to traffic gridlock that landlubbers face in most cities. …  Read More 
Alaskan Way Viaduct

Alaskan Way Viaduct

When the Alaskan Way Viaduct was built in the 1950’s, it offered a state-of-the art solution to the city’s traffic problems. Since then, it has lost its glow and is set to be replaced by a tunnel in the near future. Whether you love that idea or hate it, you should take some time to …  Read More 
Ride the Ducks

Ride the Ducks

There are many cities in this country that are lucky enough to be located near the water. Only the best of the best, however, can claim to have one extra-special thing: Amphibious Vehicle Tours. Better known as Ride the Ducks.  Read More 
Kerry Park Viewpoint - Seattle

Kerry Park Viewpoint

Seattle is a hilly city, surrounded by water and mountains, so there are many viewpoints to get a great view of the Seattle skyline. Perhaps none are more photographed than the view from Kerry Park on Seattle’s Queen Anne Hill. The park offers a perfect view of downtown Seattle on the left and Elliott Bay on the …  Read More 
Tillicum Village

Tillicum Village

Tillicum Village is a Seattle tourist destination that highlights the Northwest Coast Native Americans and gives a glimpse into their culture. While on the touristy side, a trip to Tillicum Village does provide a variety of fun and interesting experiences and a tasty traditional Northwest meal.  Read More 
Kenmore Air Seaplane

Fly in a Seaplane

Water, mountains and islands dominate the Puget Sound landscape. There are a lot of ways to tour the area by vehicle or boat, but nothing gives you the unique perspective of checking out the area on a seaplane. Check out the amazing sights of Seattle from above in a low-flying plane, plus you get the added …  Read More 
Orca Whale

Whale Watching Tour

Whale watching is cool for precisely two reasons: You can see Orcas in their natural habitat, learn about their migration patterns and eating habits, and watch them do their fancy dances in and out of the water. Even on the nicest day, you’re in for some chilly breezes.  Read More 
King County Water Taxi

Ride on a Water Taxi

Riding a taxi in a big city hardly qualifies as a “cool thing to do,” but Seattle has one of the most unique taxi services you will find, and it is definitely worth the trip. King County runs two water taxis that take commuters and visitors back and forth between West Seattle, Vashon Island and …  Read More 
Space Needle View

View from the Space Needle

We probably take the it for granted, because we get a great view of the landmark all the time. But when was the last time you got a view from the Space Needle?  Read More 
Smith Tower

Smith Tower

While pretty short compared to its more modern neighbors, Smith Tower was Seattle’s first skyscraper built in 1914. The building created quite a sensation when it was built and was one of the four tallest buildings in the world at the time. It retained that notoriety and remained the tallest building west of the Mississippi …  Read More