With numerous fun-but-tacky tourist shops and the Alaskan Way Viaduct thundering overhead, it's a wonder any natives visit ... More
With numerous fun-but-tacky tourist shops and the Alaskan Way Viaduct thundering overhead, it's a wonder any natives visit Seattle Waterfront. The views are spectacular, the Bainbridge Island ferry leaves from Colman Dock, and the popular Summer Nights at the Pier concerts play at Pier 62/63. The Seattle Aquarium and the Odyssey Maritime Discovery Center are also here. The old streetcar clangs along the length of the waterfront and the green spaces of Myrtle Edwards Park take over from the concrete mayhem at the northern end.
There is plenty to do. People watching, places to eat and shop, take the water taxi to Alki beach is quick and easy or the trolley to one end to the other along Alaskan Way. Also the Argosy cruise is fun for out of town guests. I will be looking forward to seeing the New and improved Aquarium. You don't have to be a an out-of-towner to enjoy this area.
Lots and lots to do and see! Definitly a full days adventure. Sunshine or raining outside you'll find a comfortable place to relax and enjoy.Whether you prefer indoors at the aquarium or a day of strolling,eating and shopping,you won,t be disapointed! Not to mention the view!WOW!
For five days in the middle of February, when the last thing on your mind is spring gardening, this show
comes to town. But don't worry, you won't be cold because this show takes place inside the Washington State ...
Located on the waterfront, next to the Omnidome, this aquarium features exotic fishes, sea mammals, and other ocean life. See
the sea lions, harbor seals, incredibly cute sea otters, and even come face to face with a shark. New ...
Victoria Clipper offers year round high speed passenger service to Victoria, British Columbia. The ships leave from Seattle in the
morning for the 2.5 hour voyage through lovely Puget Sound to Victoria. Fares include a light breakfast, and the ...