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    1. Triple Door Jazz Club

      Triple Door Jazz Club

      A music space in downtown that rises above the everyday.

    2. Showbox at the Market

      Showbox at the Market

       Local acts & well-known bands perform at this big rock club that includes a separate bar & eatery. 

    3. Seattle Waterfront

      Seattle Waterfront

      The waterfront promenade houses the Great Wheel of Seattle and the Seattle Aquarium and many eclectic shops and restaurants along the piers.

    1. Bell Street Pier 66 Cruise Terminal

      Bell Street Pier 66 Cruise Terminal

      Serving seven major cruise lines including Carnival, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Oceania Cruises and Royal Caribbean.

    2. Snoqualmie Pass

      Snoqualmie Pass

    3. South Lake Union

      South Lake Union

    1. Seattle Underground Tour

      Seattle Underground Tour

    2. Seattle Cruise Ship Terminal 91

      Seattle Cruise Ship Terminal 91

      Smith Cove is home to Carnival, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and Royal Caribbean International.

    3. Seattle Center

      Seattle Center

      Home to the Space Needle, Chihuly Garden & Glass Exhibit, EMP Museum, Key Arena and Pacific Science Center

    1. Seattle Art Museum (SAM)

      Seattle Art Museum (SAM)

      At the Seattle Art Museum, one block from Pike Place Market, light-filled galleries invite you to wander through global art collections, temporary installations, and special exhibitions from around the world. 

    2. Pioneer Square

      Pioneer Square

      Laying claim as the city’s “first neighborhood”, Pioneer Square is a richly historic place known for its Renaissance Revival architecture, First Thursday art walks, unique night life, delicious foodie destinations, and quirky boutiques.

    3. Pike Place Market

      Pike Place Market

      The iconic Pike Place Market sprawls across nine acres, with 11 buildings and six levels of approximately 500 shops, restaurants, and vendor stalls. Start at the famous Public Market Center sign on the corner of First and Pike, which dates back to 1927 and is one of the oldest outdoor neon signs on the West Coast. 

    1. Museum of Flight

      Museum of Flight

       Let your dreams and imagination soar as the wonder of flight comes to life at the largest air and space museum in the West – The Museum of Flight.

    2. Dimitriou's Jazz Alley

      Dimitriou's Jazz Alley

    3. Benayora Hall

      Benayora Hall

      Home of the Seattle Symphony and other world class performances.

    1. 5th Avenue Theatre

      5th Avenue Theatre