A Journey to Seattle in the Fall
The fall is my most favorite time in the Emerald City. The leaves are changing colors, the weather is sunny buy cool, and it’s time for football! Our city has an amazing mix of urban excitement and natural beauty that makes it a great place to spend a long weekend. There are SO MANY things to do in Seattle, but here are a few highlights that will make you start planning your next trip before you even get on the plane home….
Seattle Space Needle
If you haven’t ever experienced the thrill of making your way to the top of this Seattle icon, fall is the perfect time to make it happen. Not only will you avoid long-lines of tourists with an off-season stop, but you’ll have easy access to the floor to ceiling windows at the top offering stunning panoramic views of the Puget Sound. Two levels of observation decks as well as a restaurant and café make the Space Needle a must-stop destination when you visit Seattle in the fall.
If you’re a summer lover who is dreading the impending cold of winter, make your way towards Kubota Garden to be reminded of all that is lush and lovely. This 20-acre establishment flourishes with foliage that pays tribute to the stunning Japanese landscape. Guests to this site will enjoy wandering through a variety of rock outcroppings, ponds, waterfalls, streams and breathtaking plant life. An oasis of tranquility in the heart of the city, Kubota Garden has been pleasing the mind and imagination of visitors since it’s opening in 1988.
Haunted History Ghost Tour of Seattle
There’s nothing like a good ghost story to get you in the mood for Seattle in the fall festivities and a tour with Haunted History of Seattle knows how to set the paranormal scene. These tours led by professional paranormal investigators are excited to share both their experience and insight with visitors looking for an other-worldly adventure in the Emerald City. Travel together through many of Seattle’s historic neighborhoods and hear stories of the unexplained mysteries that keep paranormal experts researching today. From Pike Place Market to Pioneer Square, Seattle has a history seeped in mystery that’s just waiting to be solved.
If you’re a football lover, there is no better place to take in a game than CenturyLink Field. Our stadium was built with lovers of the game in mind. There are no bad seats – from the first row to the very top regardless of where your tickets are you will have an amazing view of the action. Even if you’re not a Hawks fan, and we’re not playing against your team, you can’t beat live football. Built in 2002, the stadium offers food and drinks from Elysian Brewing, Din Tai Fung, Beecher’s, Ivars, and so much more. And enjoying that craft beer with your local burger has never made you feel better. CenturyLink field is partners with Cedar Grove Composting and Sound Sustainable Farms, promoting local foods from small farmers and offering composting stations throughout the stadium.
Fall in Love with Seattle
There’s something magical about a trip to Seattle in the fall. Make your experience that much better when you book a property for your stay with Seattle Oasis Vacation Rentals. Our team is dedicated to providing top-class customer service by booking our guests into luxurious properties that are fit to personal taste and style. Enjoy stylish furnishings, comfortable amenities, and spectacular downtown views when you book with Seattle Oasis. Contact us today when you’re looking for a trip to Seattle that keeps luxury and convenience top of mind.