|Explore Seattle’s top attractions with one multi-ticket booklet. Your Seattle City Pass is perfect if you want to see the best places in the city on your own schedule or make your own itinerary. With this booklet, you can visit Seattle’s most iconic sites and attractions. The City Pass gives you general admission to the following:
You can also choose two other attractions to visit.
With this Seattle City Pass, you don’t need to stand in the ticket line. You can head straight for the entrance and explore the venue right away! The City Pass comes with one-time admission tickets, coupons, a map and detailed booklet information about the venue. You can also visit the attractions whenever it is convenient for you. The City Pass is valid for 9 consecutive days from the first day of use.
What to Expect
Enjoy the view from the observation deck of the iconic Space Needle. Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Space Needle is 605′ tall and 138′ wide. It weighs 9,550 tons and can endure winds of up to 200 miles per hour. The Needle has 25 lightning rods and the gyrating SkyCity restaurant. The nearby islands, downtown Seattle skyline, Mount Baker, Olympic and Cascade Mountains, Elliott Bay and Mount Rainier can be viewed from the top of the structure. You can visit in the morning and in the night to witness picturesque views of Seattle from 520′ in the air.
From moon jellies to giant Pacific octopuses and sea otters, there are a lot of things to look forward to at the Seattle Aquarium. Why don’t you visit the Window on Washington Waters? The 120,000-gallon exhibit showcases diver shows every day. You can see and touch live sea creatures in the tide pools. Don’t forget to drop by at the Pacific Coral Reef exhibit and experience the 360⁰ view of the Underwater Dome, an undersea dome that houses hundreds of Puget Sound fish.
The Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour will let you learn more about Seattle. It’s a one-hour, live-narrated tour of the Seattle Harbor and Elliott Bay. You will enjoy the scenic views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains and Seattle’s busy shipyards, historic waterfront, stunning Alki Beach, dazzling skyline and spectacular natural beauty.
You can then choose from two other attractions according to your interests. Pick from the Woodland Park Zoo, an award-winning zoological garden around the city’s Phinney Ridge neighborhood or the Museum of Pop Culture, an interactive non-profit museum that showcases art pieces depicting contemporary popular culture.
You can also choose from the Chihuly Garden and Glass, the studio glass of American entrepreneur and glass sculptor Dale Chihuly or the Pacific Science Center, a science museum built for the 1962 World’s Fair. It was designed by Minoru Yamasaki. Aside from giving entrance to every attraction, the Seattle City Pass also contains transportation information, insider tips and hours of operation to help you navigate the city with ease and maximize your visit.