Seattle: Home to the Space Needle, the first ever Starbucks, and the Public Market. In Washington, there is much to do and 365Tickets USA is here to get you acquainted. Take a stroll downtown, visit the waterfront, do some shopping, but we’ve got the hook up to save you some money. Don’t head to Seattle without the Seattle CityPASS.
The Seattle CityPASS is designed to save you money on admission into the top attractions in the city. The CityPASS includes three attractions that come with all passes, but the company also gives you option tickets to visit two more attractions depending on your interest.
Included with all CityPASS purchases is a trip to the Space Needle (both a daytime and nighttime trip!), general admission to the Seattle Aquarium, and a general admission ticket to the Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour. With just those three things alone, you might be wiped out! Let’s talk about those option tickets though.
The folks that designed Seattle CityPASS wanted to give options in addition to the tickets to the attractions that everyone wants to see. With option one, you’ll have a choice between the Museum of Pop Culture or the Woodland Park Zoo. At the Museum of Pop Culture, you’ll be able to fully immerse yourself in some of the best rock music, science fiction, and pop culture moments with hands on, interactive experiences. With a visit to the Woodland Park Zoo, you’ll have access to 92 acres of animals including apes, penguins, elephants, and more.
The second option tickets are a choice between the Chihuly Garden and Glass or the Pacific Science Center. If you check out the Chihuly Garden and Glass, you’ll find yourself in a world of color, all centered on Dale Chihuly and his art. If you’d rather visit the Pacific Science Center, you can find yourself chasing butterflies in their butterfly house, exploring galaxies that are far away, or watching live science demonstrations. The center is also home to an IMAX movie.
Perks of the pass include one flat rate for entrance into five attractions. Often times, the Seattle CityPASS flat rate is cheaper than paying to enter all five attractions at the gate. Seattle CityPASS users say that the pass is easier to use, simply just print out your voucher and redeem it at your first attraction.
The option tickets are great too. You don’t have to decide which tickets you want until you want to use them. CityPASS tickets are useable for nine consecutive days, which gives you the freedom to explore as quick as you’d like. Some attractions also have specific fast track entry for CityPASS holders.
Adult Seattle CityPASS will run you $99 and a child Seattle CityPASS will run you $79. Ready for some west coast fun? Head over to 365Tickets USA to get your hands on a Seattle CityPASS today.
While in Seattle, don’t miss Skyview!