Long Weekend in Seattle

Howdy, and welcome to Seattle!

This great city has so much to offer, and we have the perfect itinerary for you to make the most of your time here. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, Seattle has something for everyone.

Day One:

Start your trip with a visit to the Space Needle. This iconic structure is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the city, and it offers stunning views of the skyline and Mount Rainier.

After enjoying the view, head to the nearby Chihuly Garden and Glass for a unique look at the work of world-renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly.

Next, head to Pike Place Market, where you can browse the stalls for fresh produce, flowers, and handmade goods. Be sure to stop by the original Starbucks for a cup of coffee.

Then, walk down to the waterfront to enjoy the views of Elliott Bay. In the evening, head to one of Seattle’s many great restaurants for dinner. If you’re looking for something truly special, reserve a table at Canlis, one of the city’s most celebrated fine dining establishments.

 

Day Two:

Spend day two exploring some of Seattle’s great museums. Start at the Museum of Pop Culture, where you can learn about the city’s rich music history.

Then, head to the nearby Seattle Art Museum for a look at some of the world’s finest works of art. After lunch, take a walk through Volunteer Park, where you’ll find the city’s Asian Art Museum and the Volunteer Park Conservatory.

Then, stroll through the Capitol Hill neighborhood, where you’ll find a variety of shops and restaurants. In the evening, catch a show at the renowned 5th Avenue Theatre. This historic venue has hosted some of the biggest names in Broadway history, and it’s sure to be a highlight of your trip.

 

Day Three:

On your final day in Seattle, take a ferry ride to Bainbridge Island for a day of relaxation. This beautiful island is home to a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as a stunning beach. Spend the afternoon exploring the island, and then catch the ferry back to Seattle in time for dinner.

We hope you enjoy your time in Seattle!

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