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Seattle's famous Pike Place Market
Your Seattle vacation
Thanks to its Pacific Northwest climate, music venues, museums and theater, a Seattle vacation brings everything from outdoor adventure to culture trails. The Emerald City brings the Space Needle to your morning coffee, Mount Rainier and Pike Place Market – where catching a salmon is optional.
From the hip hangouts of Ballard to the SAM, let Orbitz help you plan the perfect Seattle vacation. With insider tips and top 10 attractions, you'll get the skinny on the Museum of Flight, Woodland Park Zoo, ferries and more.
Seattle Vacation Packages
Residential comfort in the heart of the cityMost of the shopping, dining and sightseeing delights of the Emerald City are a short distance from Motif Seattle. The 319-room hotel prides itself on serving both leisure and business travelers. Recently renovated, the rooms... More
Downtown boutique hotel with quirky style and amenitiesWith on-demand goldfish, animal-print bathrobes and striped wallpaper, the Hotel Monaco Seattle sports lots of personality. Behind the stripes and spots lies a high level of service and convenience. The hotel's... More
Centrally located in the heart of the hip Belltown neighborhood, Belltown Inn features NEW fully furnished studios with kitchenettes. This downtown location offers affordable nightly, weekly and month to month stays in the heart of Seattle within walking distance to... More
Vintage charm with downtown convenienceA vintage hotel in downtown Seattle, the Roosevelt Hotel offers traditional charm and a convenient location. Leisure travelers can walk to most attractions. For nighttime entertainment, theaters and restaurants also are a short walk... More
Corporate comfort and service in the city center The Grand Hyatt Seattle offers amenities and services to court leisure and business customers. The hotel is located a convenient distance to most Seattle tourist attractions and is adjacent to the Washington State... More
Modern luxury hotel near Emerald City's top attractionsThe Alexis Hotel is located a short walk from Pike Place Market, the Seattle Art Museum and other Emerald City Attractions. The 121-room hotel boasts a full complement of lifestyle-oriented amenities. An on-site bar... More
Amenities galore in the heart of the cityThe mammoth Sheraton Seattle Hotel is a little city unto itself nestled in the heart of Seattle. The 35-story glass building boasts 1,258 guest rooms and 75,000 square feet of meeting space. Service begins in the lobby, which... More
Comfort and convenience in downtown SeattleThe Hotel FIVE is situated in the heart of the city. Most major attractions, in addition to shopping and dining, are within walking distance of the property. The hotel's amenities were designed with comfort and convenience in... More
Boutique chic in downtown SeattleEnsconced in circa-1928 building, the Executive Hotel Pacific offers vintage charm with contemporary amenities and service suitable for tourists and business travelers. Located on Fourth Avenue's "hotel row," the 100% non-smoking property... More
Downtown Seattle Hotel near Washington State Convention CenterWith deluxe accommodations located in Seattle's bustling financial and shopping district and within walking distance of the Washington State Convention Center, Pike Place Market, Century Link, Seattle... More
Built for the 1963 World’s Fair, this pointy icon is a skyline star. Have dinner at Sky City, the tower's rotating restaurant that makes one complete orbit per hour. Snap pics of downtown, Mount Rainier, Elliott Bay and the surrounding islands.
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
Located in Seattle's charming Ballard neighborhood, the locks connecting Lake Washington and the Puget Sound are more than just a cool nautical attraction. On-site exhibits feature historic displays, and the Carl S. English, Jr. Botanical Gardens. Bring a picnic lunch and watch ships slip in and out.
Woodland Park Zoo
What began as a menagerie on a lumber magnate's property, the WPZ is now a full-blown zoo with 92 acres of exhibits and public space in Seattle's Phinney Ridge neighborhood. Meet over a thousand animals, including the furry descendants of the zoo's famous Bobo gorilla.
Washington State Ferries
Seattle boasts an impressive fleet of passenger and automobile ferries, ranking largest in the US and third largest in the world. Serving passengers who live on the San Juan islands and in Puget Sound, the ferries can also provide passage to Canada, Victoria, and Alaska Marine Highways.
Seattle Art Museum
SAM's triplet of facilities (SAM, Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle Asian Art Museum) have distinct characters and locations. Located at the northern end of the Seattle seawall, the Olympic Sculpture Park is an outdoor space filled with sculptures from eye benches to abstract planes. The museum's main campus downtown is home to Andy Warhol's Double Elvis silkscreen, and SAAM is in Seattle's coffee-house-laden Capitol Hill.
Seattle may be famous for its salmon, but nearly a million visitors travel here to discover marine life. Watch rockfish and sea anemones wiggle through massive tanks. Take the tykes to a dive show, and the aquarium's two giant tide pools and touch tanks to see the aquatic life of Washington's outer coast and inland sea.
Museum of Flight
With 80 aircraft onsite to ogle, Seattle’s Museum of Flight is the largest private air and space museum in the world. Visit the Challenger Learning Center, Aviation Learning Center and an ACE-accredited summer camp. Take your little earthlings to see the shuttle astronauts used to train.
Pike Place Market
This market is called "the soul of Seattle" with good reason. Buzzing year-round with hundreds of craftspeople, farmers, street performers and fishmongers, Pike Place attracts upwards of 10 million visitors a year. And heads up – visit early morning to see those famous flying fish.
Mount Rainier National Park
Hike through dense forests that open to serene lakes and streams. Watch clouds swirl over the icy volcano top, and camp under the stars. Take the family to Sunrise in summer to see mountain wildflowers, Mount Rainier, Emmons glacier and the Cascades. Hear the crack of glaciers and hit the Wonderland Trail's backcountry in winter for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
Experience Music Project
As a music metropolis and birthplace of grunge, the Emerald City welcomes even the most wee of rockers. Check out the artifacts of pop music from Jimi Hendrix to Bing Crosby. Experience the limelight at the interactive Sound Lab and On Stage.
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