Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Seattle CityPass. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Great way to see Seattle, content good and in most cases it was beneficial to have the tickets when arriving at venues. Frustrating to have to que up at the Pacific Science Center when I already had a ticket to enter.
Great deal, keep in mind though, (which we werent aware of) you can upgrade from the harbor cruise to the lockes cruise for a few extra dollars... we ended up doing both cruises back to back which were a little different, but I wish I would have known I could have upgraded.
Great way to see the major attractions in Seattle for a good price. Highly recommend!
Great two day stay. Alexis Hotel was central, with friendly staff. Loved the happy hour wine and the Starbucks in the am. Our Seattle City pass was a wise investment that allowed us to bypass waiting lines. All in all, a very pleasant stay in Seattle though the weather was pretty stormy when we were there.
Great buy, I only used the Space needle voucher and Rock and Roll exhibit, but worth the cash. Plan you trip so you can utilize as much of the city pass sa you can.
CityPass is a good deal. We did not have to get in line to buy tickets and we got to see most of Seattle.
We were able to complete at activities from the City Pass book within 2 days. It's well worth the money.
This package is very good value. We only had a day to spare in Seattle yet we think we got our monies worth! We visited the Space needle, the Experience music project, Sci Fi museum, the aquarium and did a bay cruise all in one day, exhausting but well worth it! The science center was closed for a week or so while we were there which is a shame, and we found the zoo a little too far away to make it viable. If you have more time, however, you could easily do all the attractions and spend more time there than we did. The highlight for me was the cruise and the Sci Fi museum.
Great value for the money. Science museum more geared for kids than adults, but still worth the visit.
This is definitely worth doing if you are planning on visiting at least three of the attractions.
We had more to do than we had time for, but we enjoyed everything: the Space Needle, the Science Center, the Music Project, Science Fiction Bldg. and the zoo. Next time we hope to visit the Museum of Flight, ride the monorail, visit the zoo again, and go on a Harbor Cruise and maybe visit the Aquarium, which we've done before. It was a fun-filled and busy weekend. Thank you!