Head straight for the entrance with this Seattle CityPASS mobile ticket. The CityPASS online travel guide provides important attraction information including reservations, entry instructions, hours of operation, & helpful tips to plan your visit, as well as offerings for additional savings. Visit the attractions in any order, whenever it’s convenient. The CityPASS mobile ticket is valid for 9 consecutive days from the first day of use.
Visit the iconic Space Needle to experience a spectacular view of Seattle and beyond from 520 feet in the air. From the snow-capped Cascade Mountains to the majestic Olympic mountain range, the indoor-outdoor observation deck offers unforgettable views.
There is plenty to discover at the Seattle Aquarium — sea otters, octopuses, moon jellies and much more. Check out the Window on Washington Waters, a 120,000-gallon exhibit with daily diver shows. There are also live sea creatures in the tide pools. Go ahead, touch them. Then take a virtual vacation to the tropics in the Pacific Coral Reef exhibit and don’t forget to experience the Underwater Dome’s 360-degree view, an undersea dome with hundreds of fascinating Puget Sound fish.
Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) - Explore some of the most significant moments in rock music, science fiction, and popular culture with hands-on experiences, iconic artifacts, and award-winning exhibitions featuring luminaries in the fields of music, literature, television, video games.
Woodland Park Zoo – Explore 92 acres (37 hectares) of habitat teeming with lions, elephants, great apes, birds, reptiles and even waddling, tuxedoed penguins.
Chihuly Garden and Glass - Immerse yourself in a world where curiosity, creativity and color come to life. Visit the Galleries, ever-changing Garden and signature Glasshouse, where you’ll be inspired by artist Dale Chihuly’s innovation and passion.
Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour (Reopening May 28th) - Learn about Seattle on this entertaining one-hour, live-narrated cruise of Elliott Bay and the Seattle Harbor while taking in views of the city skyline, mountains, shipping terminals, and historic neighborhoods.