Visit the iconic Space Needle and world-famous Chihuly Garden and Glass together and save!Travel to the top of the Space Needle's 520 ft. observation deck for unparalleled views of downtown Seattle, Mt. Rainier, and the Puget Sound, plus hands-on digital experiences and FREE digital souvenir photos. Seattle’s “must see” is now a “must do” following the Space Needle’s multi-million dollar renovation.Right next to the Space Needle, immerse yourself in a world where curiosity, creativity and color come to life at Chihuly Garden and Glass. Throughout the Galleries, ever-changing Garden and signature Glasshouse, where you’ll be inspired by artist Dale Chihuly’s innovation and passion.
Go underground on a 1-hour walking history tour through Seattle's original neighborhood. Our experienced guides lead small groups through, and beneath, Pioneer Square to the street level that existed in the 1890s. Explore underground pathways that were built more than 120 years ago, learning details on early Seattle history, why these spaces were built, and how they have been used (and misused) over the years. Marvel at how this once Indian encampment has since transformed into one of the 20 largest cities in the United States.
Spend an afternoon, a weekend or a lifetime exploring the Market’s buildings, streets and alleys. Around every turn, you’ll find small owner-operated shops that specialize in unique products—like lavender, vinyl records, miniature cars, maps from around the world and magic.
There are antiques and collectibles, art of all kinds (choose from photography, painting, paper arts and other items from local artists to imported items from around the world), new and used books, clothing and accessories, kitchen products, and many other specialty items. Discover gifts for your family and friends, items to beautify your home and something just for you!
Globally known as one of downtown Seattle's premier tourist attractions, visitors can stroll among the merchants, grab a bite at 1 of the many dining establishments or be entertained by the world famous fish-throwing Mongers.