Seattle Sights


Experience Music Project

Experience Music Project is dedicated to the exploration of creativity and innovation in popular music. Visitors can

view rare artifacts and memorabilia and experience the creative process by listening to musicians tell their own stories.

Children's Museum 

Discover the Children's Museum for family fun with creative, hands-on exploration of the world around you. The Children's Museum encourages children to become active, life-long learners.

Festivals and Street Fairs

Seattle is known for some celebrations. Check out this complete list of street fairs and festivals in the greater Seattle area.

Museum of Flight

Experience flight as you never have before. Step into the Personal Courage Wing and experience stories of courage as told through a collection of 28 fighter aircraft—in a setting that will simply amaze you.

Pacific Science Center 

Visit the Pacific Science Center IMAX Theaters, Laser Dome and Willard Smith Planetarium. If you're planning on stopping in for a few hours or making a whole day of your visit, you're sure to find plenty to do and see at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle.

Seattle Aquarium

Listen to the calls of our region’s orca whales. Stand within a circle of glowing jellyfish. Run your fingers along a sea anemone’s soft tentacles. Delight in the antics of the sea otters. Then come back for another visit — and an entirely different experience. At the Seattle Aquarium there’s always something fun to discover, and inspiration on how to help protect our marine environment.

Seattle Art Museum

Stop by for free admission on first Thursdays for access to SAM collections and installations. The museum entrance is located on 1st Ave and Union St. 

Seattle Great Wheel

The Seattle Great Wheel opened to the public in 2012 and is the largest observation wheel on the West Coast. It has become an icon for the city.