• Location: Seattle, Washington
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Experience Seattle’s must-see tourist attractions — and enjoy considerable savings — on this exciting Seattle CityPASS tour. Visit the world famous Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium and take a 1-hour Argosy Harbor cruise. Then choose from the Museum of Pop Culture or Woodland Park Zoo and the Pacific Science Center or Chihuly Garden and Glass to complete the tour. This Seattle CityPASS is valid for nine consecutive days from date of first use. An unused ticket booklet is valid for 6 months from the date of purchase. Transportation to and from attractions not included.

Highlights

  • Admission to Seattle's premier attractions including the Space Needle
  • Also included in your CityPASS booklet is attraction information, transportation directions, maps and discounts
  • Huge savings off individual admission prices

What You Can Expect

Seattle CityPASS

Admire the views from the iconic Seattle Space Needle

Skip the ticket lines and head straight for the entrance with this Seattle CityPASS, including one-time admission tickets, detailed venue information, coupons and a map. Visit the attractions in any order, whenever it’s convenient. The CityPASS booklet is valid for nine consecutive days from the first day of use.

At the iconic Space Needle, make two visits — once in the morning and once at night — 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.

Learn about Seattle on the Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour, a 1-hour, live-narrated cruise of Elliott Bay and the Seattle Harbor. Enjoy the incredible view of the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, as well as the city’s historic waterfront, brilliant skyline, busy shipyards, beautiful Alki Beach and breathtaking natural beauty.

Then choose from the Museum of Pop Culture — a nonprofit museum dedicated to contemporary popular culture — or the Woodland Park Zoo, a zoological garden around the Phinney Ridge neighborhood of Seattle.

Finally, pick from one of two Seattle Center attractions: the Pacific Science Center, a science and educational museum, the IMAX theater and planetarium with exhibits, or visit Chihuly Garden and Glass, showcasing the studio glass of Dale Chihuly, an American glass sculptor and entrepreneur.

Customer Reviews

Tanty S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

Excellent

Daniel C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

Space Needle was great, the Glass Museum was very nice, the Pop culture Museum was very interesting, the aquarium was good

maroonangel

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

Totally worth it. I used four out of the five tickets still more than worth the value, and all were great. Exchanging the tickets was really easy -- signs are posted well and the tickets provide a really good description. Highly recommend to anyone visiting that isn't familiar with the area.

Drew H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

Great deal and my first time with City Pass, made it easy to use, great places were included. Definitely use in other locations and recommend to others.

Julia H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

This was a great way to see this beautiful city! The only negative thing was it was raining and cold that day. It would have been great if we had had more time because I know we missed some things. Well worth the money!

Sherry H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

We used a City Pass in Boston for my daughters school trip, saved a lot of money for all of those students. I was thankful they had them for Seattle! This is really the way to go. The Space Needle is a Day and Night pass, so if you are waiting for night, DON'T, you can go twice! We also couldn't make choices between the either/or options. Thankfully, if you have the City pass and want to do it all you get discount rates to do them all! Totally enjoyed everything, but if you sit on the top deck of the Argosy Cruise, don't forget your sunscreen.

Sarah H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

This is a very good deal as long as you have time to do at least 4 of the 5 things. My favorite was the Chihuly Gardens. It was just beautiful and is a must see if you are in the Seattle area.

Karol G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

If you intend to visit more than one or two spots this is a must buy! Entry to so many terrific places with fast track ticketing, and discounts at the souvenir shops at each site this will save so much money!

Shari M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

Worth it! It's been 20 or so years, since I've been to Seattle. In a day and 1/2 we were able to conquer the whole pass with time to spare. On our first afternoon/evening we went to the aquarium so-so and took the 1 hour Argosy sunset cruise nice. We also had time to go to Pike Place Fish Market to explore the vendors and eat at the very yummy Local 360 nearby. We also visited a few stores, such as a large antique store across from the aquarium, Ye Olde Curiosity Shop and other tourist shops near the cruise entrance, and the funny Ugly Baby and La Ru.

On our full day in Seattle, we took the monorail to the Space Needle, MoPOP, and Chihuly Garden and Glass. We were only able to go up in the Space Needle during the day, because there was a private party for 4th of July in the evening. MoPOP was where we spent the most time because we are music lovers. The focus at MoPOP have moved away from music and I find that a bit sad, even though I enjoyed the science fiction exhibits too.

I really liked the selections that Seattle's CityPASS had to offer. I think it is worth the price! Enjoy!

Scott M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

well worth it as it's a big savings over buying each individually. the science museum is a must see.

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