Holidays To Seattle

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Book a holiday to the largest city in the Pacific North West with Travel Center. Seattle with a skyline that is dominated by the famous Space Needle, is well known as the Emerald City because of its evergreen forest setting. Made even more famous through TV shows such as Frasier and Grey’s Anatomy, Seattle is great to visit at any time of the year and offers something for everyone from fine dining restaurants to clubs that feature the best bands. The Space Needle is of course the main attraction here, it stands 186 meters high and has a revolving restaurant known as SkyCity from where you can have the best view of the city. In recent years it has also garnered a reputation as a suitable family destination and has museums and a wide variety of activities such as the Seattle Aquarium and the Woodland Park Zoo that houses over a 1,000 animal exhibits. Go deep into Science and Technology at the Pacific Science Center where you can see one of the world’s largest laser domes. If you are a musician or simply enjoy music in all its forms, pay a visit to the Experience Project Music Museum where you can learn the history of music forms such as Jazz and Bluegrass. For a truly unique shopping experience head on over to Elliot Bay to Pike Place Market which is one of the oldest farmers markets in America.

Holidays to Seattle

Seattle

Hyatt Regency Bellevue - £437 PP

Seattle

United States

3 Nights

Room Only

Holidays to Seattle

Seattle

Holiday Inn Tacoma Mall - £537 PP

Seattle

United States

3 Nights

Room Only

Holidays to Seattle

Seattle

Seattle Marriott Bellevue - £854 PP

Seattle

United States

3 Nights

Room Only

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -8:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Delta Airlines, US Airways, American Airlines, United Airlines

Languages

Spanish, English

Best Time to Travel

April to September

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car, Trams, Ferry

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.47 USD
TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Pike Place Market

This year-round farmers market has been in existence since 1907 and has stalls that sell vegetables, seafood, cheese, flower stalls, handicrafts and souvenirs that tourists will love. The fish stall located at the markets main entrance is the main draw here. If you are not a fan of big crowds then you will enjoy the small maze of shops located under the main market commonly known as ‘Down Under’. It is open everyday.

Space Needle

Seattle’s famous Space Needle was built for the World Fair in 1962 and stands at a height of 605 feet. Shaped similar to a spaceship it towers over Seattle Center. Spend your day at the Pacific Science Center, Chihuly glass display, food court and theatre all housed inside the needle. The elevator ride to the observation deck provides a fabulous view of the city.

Olympic Sculpture Park

This 9 acre outdoor sculpture park is free to visit and offers amazing views of the city, harbor and mountains. The park was previously an industrial backwater and was later transformed into the park that is home to artworks such as ‘Eagle’ by Alexander Calder that looks like a soaring bird made of red painted steel. The paths of the park are built in between each sculpture.

Museum of History and Industry

Known locally in short as MOHAI, this museum was reopened with new galleries and multimedia displays in 2012. The exhibits here cover everything about life in Seattle ranging from its maritime past to its culture. Boat lovers will enjoy watching boats navigate the lake outside in the waterfront park or even watch float planes take off.

Seattle Art Museum

Any artwork ranging from European masterpieces, ancient Asian art, Native American carvings and contemporary art can be found at this museum. It is the heart of downtown and also includes a gift shop and a restaurant that offers great food. Admission to the museum is free the first Thursday of every month.

Boeing Tour

Take a tour of the Boeing factory and see how the jets are assembled, even design your own jet digitally and the special exhibit, ‘Future of Flight’. At 472,000,000 cubic feet it is the world’s biggest building by volume. It houses the production lines of various Boeing jets including the 787 Dreamliner.

Sky View Observatory

Located on the 73rd floor of the Columbia Center and at almost 1,000 feet it is the highest public observatory on the west coast and offers stunning views of Mount Rainier, the Space Needle and the entire city of Seattle. The building that the observatory is located on was developed and completed by Martin Selig in 1985.

EMP Museum

The EMP Museum is a non-profit museum that is dedicated to the ideas that fuel contemporary pop culture. Exhibitions featured in this museum include Infinite worlds of science fiction, Exploring the world of Hello Kitty, Indie game revolution, Fantasy world of myth and magic and Can’t look away: The Lure of Horror films. The building itself is an amazing work of art and was designed by Frank O. Gehry using 21,000 aluminum and stainless steel shingles and 280 steel ribs.

Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park

This park commemorates the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1890’s. Even though the gold rush was in the Yukon territory this park stages the trek there and all the routes leading towards that direction. An important part of the park is the visitors center which functions as an interpretive center and museum. It was opened on the 2nd of June 1979.

The Museum of Flight

This museum exhibits airplanes and space vehicles and is open all seven days of the week. It includes unique flight simulator experiences, special tours and a 3D movie. The exhibits here include a 737 airline theatre, Air Force One, Apollo 17 mission models, Bush Pilots of Alaska, Cockpits and the Holtgrew Worl War I and II model collections.