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Seattle CityPASS packs five of Seattle's must-see attractions into a prepaid ticket booklet that fits easily into your pocket. With CityPASS, you save an amazing 45% off ...
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Seattle is the largest city in Washington State as well as the fastest-growing city in the United States. The city is an eye-opening example of modernization and progress, with major tech companies having established themselves within its limits. It’s also well-known for various tourist attractions, among which is the renowned Space Needle. Travel to this rising city now with our 2015 tours and activities.
Grab a CityPASS Seattle and gain skip the line access to five of the city’s most popular attractions. Save 46% off the combined admissions fees of the Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, Argosy Cruises Harbor, EMP Museum or Woodland Park Zoo, and the Pacific Science Center or Chihuly Garden and Glass. The pass is valid for nine days, so it’s sure to cover any trip that you make to the city.
Satisfy your gastronomical cravings with a Food Cultural Tour of Pike Place Market, where you can sip coffee at the Original Starbucks store, which has been in operation as the first Starbucks since 1971. Be guided through a full cultural tour that includes the making of seafood, Washington wine, and artisanal cheese, and of course a full meal. You’ll also get to meet the characters behind the Market and learn about their stories.
Go on a Seattle Brews and Bulbs Holiday Experience, and enjoy the spices of the season with lagers and ales as you visit three different breweries and learn about the process of making these spirits. You’ll also be given the chance to compare the various seasonal brews. Be escorted between sites on the tour in luxurious SUVs that are sure to make the experience even better.
Fancy some food with that drink? Jump into a Booze and Bites Tour, where you’ll get to feast on great finger foods at five of the best restaurants in the city, while sampling great wine and cocktails and learning about the history and changing tastes of Seattle.
Explore Mount St. Helens at the National Volcanic Monument and witness the reforestation and ecosystem recovery as you arrive just five miles from the crater. Get magnificent views of the volcano, with steam rising from its mouth. Learn about the history of the 1980 eruption through stories and walking tours with a qualified tour guide. Find out how volcanoes are monitored at the Observatory, and even watch interpretive displays and theater shows that portray the eruption and the events leading up to it.