Visit These Awesome Spots While in Seattle

Coming to CreativePro Week 2019? We’ve got you covered with some awesome activities you can do this June in Seattle!

The Great Wheel
Take a ride on the iconic Seattle Great Wheel on Pier 57 and see the city of Seattle like never before. Each gondola can fit 8 people and provide an amazing ride that lights up the sky at night. Learn more

Monorail
Seattle Center Monorail is the nation’s first full-scale commercial monorail system and a beloved Seattle landmark. The Monorail provides a fun, quick, and convenient link between downtown Seattle and Seattle Center, home to the Space Needle, Pacific Science Center, Museum of Pop Culture, KeyArena, The Children’s Museum, and a host of theatrical and cultural experiences. Learn more

The Space Needle 
Seattle’s “must see” is now a “must do” following the Space Needle’s multimillion-dollar renovation. Glide onto The Loupe, the world’s first and only rotating glass floor, for never-before-seen views of the structure and the city. Lean into tilting glass walls on the open-air deck and float over Seattle on one of 24 angled Skyriser glass benches. Sip and sample the Pacific Northwest’s best while savoring the thrilling views. Learn more

MOPOP (museum of popular culture)
Visit a museum like no other on earth. MoPOP, located next to Seattle’s historic Space Needle, houses some of the world’s most legendary pop culture artifacts. Test your DJ skills in Sound Lab, and get the scoop on the world’s most mesmerizing producers of pop culture. Hands-on experiences, iconic artifacts, and award-winning exhibitions featuring luminaries in the fields of music, literature, television, and film make MoPOP a destination unlike any other. Learn more

Woodland Park Zoo 
Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo is a 92-acre oasis featuring 300 animal species. Noted for its cutting-edge exhibits and expansive horticultural collection, this top award-winning zoo is hailed as one of the finest in the world. Plan your visit to watch cheetahs, ride the historic carousel, and more! Woodland Park Zoo saves animals and their habitats through conservation leadership, inspiring people to learn, care and act. Learn more

Chihuly Garden and Glass 
Chihuly Garden and Glass offers the most comprehensive selection of Dale Chihuly's work.Includes access to Exhibition Galleries, Glasshouse and Garden. Learn more

Pacific Science Center with IMAX 
Experience something new every day at Pacific Science Center In Seattle WA. A Planetarium, Laser Dome, and two IMAX Theaters. Learn more

Aquarium 
The heartbeat of hands-on marine experience and preservation education in the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Aquarium offers fun, exciting ways to discover more about the amazing Puget Sound that surrounds you! Learn more

Pike Place market
Pike Place Market is Seattle's epicenter of fresh produce, specialty foods and independent businesses. Established in 1907 to connect citizens and farmers, the Market continues its “Meet the Producer” tradition with a year-round farmers market, owner-operated bakeries, fish markets, butcher shops, produce stands and specialty food stores. Within the nine-acre historic district you'll discover dozens of farmers, a bustling crafts market, and more than 200 unique owner-operated shops. There are more than 80 restaurants to tempt you, from take-out counters specializing in donuts to fine dining establishments. Bring your appetite and enjoy exploring Pike Place Market. Learn more

Dahlia Lounge
From the smell of the wood burning grill, to the swirl of world-class wine in the glass, to the first bite from the fresh northwest sea bar, Dahlia Lounge is the quintessential Seattle restaurant experience. Learn more

The Pink Door
Along the quaint Post Alley at Seattle’s Pike Place Market awaits one of the city’s most beloved restaurant destinations since 1981: The Pink Door. Equal parts Italian-American dining, eclectic entertainment and warm, spirited service, we welcome you! Learn more

The Original Starbucks
This corner store is at the gateway to Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market & a location of rich history and vital importance to both Starbucks and the Emerald City. It was, after all, in the Market that the original Starbucks opened in 1971. Learn more

Underground Tour 
The Underground Tour is Seattle’s most unusual attraction, a humorous stroll through intriguing subterranean storefronts and sidewalks entombed when the city rebuilt on top of itself after the Great Fire of 1889. The 75-minute guided walking tour begins beneath Doc Maynard’s Public House, then spills into historic Pioneer Square, Seattle’s birthplace, before plunging underground for an exclusive, time-capsule view of the buried city. Learn more

Museum of Flight 
Enjoy the wonder of flight in one of Seattle's most spectacular settings. This 15-acre campus includes over 160 air and spacecraft, the original Boeing Aircraft factory, flight simulators, and dozens of fun, interactive exhibits and family activities. From the world's oldest fighter plane to the supersonic Concorde, the only full-scale NASA Space Shuttle Trainer and the beautiful Boeing 787 Dreamliner, you'll see the machines and experience the stories of those who flew them. The unique, 3-acre Aviation Pavilion offers the dramatic development of large aircraft in an open-air gallery with a cafe and children's playground. Learn more

Living History Museum
Living Computers: Museum + Labs provides a one-of-a-kind, hands-on experience with computer technology from the 1960s to the present. LCM+L honors the history of computing with the world’s largest collection of fully restored—and usable—supercomputers, mainframes, minicomputers and microcomputers. A new main gallery offers direct experiences with robotics, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, big data, the Internet of Things, video-game making, and digital art. Learn more

 

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