Seattle, the Emerald City, is a major seaport in the Pacific Northwest. It’s known for its skyline which includes the world famous Space Needle. There aren’t many cities in the US that have a better view than Seattle. Any Seattle-ite will tell you — there is no bad time to visit, but the most magical time is in the fall. September through October is the best, but it’s never too late to visit. This is when you’ll see the most vibrant shades of leaves: up in the mountains, in the valleys and on the coast. Take a hike, go apple picking and enjoy some cider doughnuts. The weather will be perfect: cool during the day and crisp at night. And there are so many things to do in Seattle which will make your trip one to remember!
The Space Needle, Pike Place Market, the Olympic Sculpture Park… are those the first things that come to mind when you think of Seattle? If so, you’re not alone. However, there is much more to Seattle than its popular attractions. Here are a few of the amazing things you can do in one of America’s most interesting cities.
Journey through the churning waters of Puget Sound and Cascadia Marine Sanctuary. Advance alongside pods of Pacific Fin, Humpback, and Orca whales in their natural habitat, where sightings far exceed expectations. These majestic giants have lured tourists from around the world to Washington’s shores, creating highly rated whale watching tours that will redefine your expectations for an unforgettable experience. Read more about our whale watching trip at the Port of Emond!