The Seattle Center Monorail – The only fully self-sufficient public transit system in the country, the Seattle Center Monorail is a fun way for both locals and tourists to quickly travel the Seattle Center to downtown and all the popular attractions in between.
The Space Needle – One of Seattle’s most well-known landmarks, The Space Needle offers fun for the whole family. View the city from the newly remodeled observation deck or eat at the famous SkyCafe.
Safeco Field – Home to the Mariners baseball team, Safeco Field is one of the MLB’s premier baseball fields. Take a tour of the stadium and gain access to areas usually restricted to the general public, including the press box, luxury suites, the clubhouse for the visiting team, and more.
The Northwest Trek – Experience wildlife like never before. Take the tram tour and you can come face-to-face with an otter or a buffalo in the 435 acres of natural habitat.
Pike Place Market – One of the most well-known farmers’ markets in the country, Pike Place receives more than 9 million visitors a year, making it a vital part of the city’s economy. You can find literally thousands of items there from fresh produce to flowers to hand crafted gifts.
Seattle Children’s Museum – If you have the kids with you, the Seattle Children’s Museum offers 22,000 square feet of exhibitions, an art studio, education classrooms, a library, workshops, and weekend programs.
Consupo – So while it’s not technically an attraction, it’s a Seattle ratings website that allows the city’s residents to rate products, services, and virtually anything that you spend money on. What are the best restaurants in Seattle? Where should you go to buy appliances? Check out Consupo.com to find out.