Seattle – Washington

“Every sunset brings the promise of a new dawn.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Seattle City Skyline, WA
Seattle skyline at dusk

Seattle’s natural scenic beauty, arts and culture, fresh seafood, gourmet restaurants, fun attractions and thriving waterfront make it a popular West Coast
travel destination. Home to Starbucks (they seem to be everywhere in the city), the area is also known for its beautiful Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, bustling Pike Place Market, the iconic Space Needle – and the famous “Sleepless in Seattle” houseboat community.

Fun Seattle Attractions & City Sightseeing Tours

Other fun Seattle attractions include: Museum of Pop Culture, Boeing Future of Flight Museum, Ballard Locks, Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle Aquarium, Space Needle Observation Deck, Seattle Art Museum, Woodland Park Zoo, and Underground Tours at historic Pioneer Square. Take a Seattle Locks or Harbor Cruise and enjoy time on the water. Book Day Trips & Excursions to Mt. Rainier, Snoqualmie Falls, Tillicum Village, Blake Island State Park, and go Whale-Watching off San Juan Islands (the “jewels” of the Pacific Northwest, located in the Puget Sound.

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The Best Time To Visit Seattle

The best time to visit Seattle is between June-August – the dryest and warmest months. Rainfall is heaviest between January-May and October-December. Wear layers so you can be prepared for any type of weather… and don’t forget to pack your umbrella.

Due to contrary opinion, Seattle does not have the highest rainfall in the nation – it’s just that it can be drizzly and overcast for nine months of the year! What’s nice about the area, is that it is never really hot in the summer or cold in the winter.