On the Seattle Great Wheel, take in 360-degree-views of mountains and open sky.
Whether a foodie, a music lover or a cinephile, these festivals will make you come back here yearly.
From buzzy Capitol Hill to beachy West Seattle, you can’t go wrong.
Many of the major attractions offer discount pricing and occasional free admissions.
Including small-town Bainbridge Island, a popular getaway that boasts a vibrant art and literary culture.
You can explore the factory where Boeing 747s are built and even walk through underground tunnels.
Explore Seward Park and the Theo Chocolate Factory with the little ones in tow.
The alternative darling of the Pacific Northwest is an ideal destination for budget-conscious tourists.
Including BBQ joint Kau Kau, complete with window service for takeout. Late-night hotel snack, anyone?
With a semi-perpetual need for somewhere to get warm when the downpour comes, the city’s bar scene must be a robust one.
What used to be a predictable choice between eggs or pancakes has become a deliciously vast dive into cooking styles and cuisines.
The morning scene tends to mix ingredients into the worldly food traditions that make up the local restaurant culture.
Seattle’s museums aren’t just another way to get out of the rain—in fact, the very best one is outdoors.
Including the 19.1-acres Gas Works Park, located in the city's former gasification plant.
After all, the port city is surrounded by Puget Sound and Lake Washington.
Seattle may be known for its music scene, but concerts aren’t the only shows that the city offers.