1. Space Needle
The iconic Seattle landmark, standing 605 feet high with an observation deck and rotating restaurant.
The charming and eclectic market in the heart of downtown Seattle, overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront. Offering flowers, fresh produce, and locally crafted goods 363 days a year.
A simply gorgeous museum featuring the work of world-renowned glass artist, Dale Chihuly, originally hailing from Tacoma, Washington. We recommend visiting in the evening to truly see the magnificence of the glass.
An inspiring visual arts museum offering collections, installations, special exhibitions and programs featuring art from around the world, building bridges between cultures and centuries.
Located at the Seattle Pier, a ferry ride is the perfect idea for a day-trip. We recommend nearby Bainbridge Island, featuring unique shops, great restaurants, and the renowned public garden, Bloedel Reserve.
Simply stroll down to the shore of Lake Washington to enjoy the glorious waterfront pedestrian paths in Kirkland, connecting a number of fantastic lakeside parks. Enjoy the walk 1.5 miles into town, or let us chauffeur you in our complimentary shuttle.
Kirkland hosts a number of fun boutiques, featuring both classic and modern fashion, home decor, and gifts. No matter your style, there is something for everyone.
The Bellevue Collection, comprised of both Bellevue Square and Lincoln Square, is a premier destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. In addition to an extensive array of shops and restaurants, they have a luxury movie theater and bowling alley.
Known as Washington State's founding winery, Chateau Ste. Michelle is a must see in the heart of Woodinville, Washington. Their classic French style Chateau sits on stunning acreage among over 100 wineries, 8 microbreweries, cideries and distilleries, and over 25 restaurants.