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Seattle Transportation

Seattle has excellent buses which are free within the downtown area. Lots of places are within walking distance of the hotel.

This is the most helpful resource on the subject of Seattle transportation:

It then has links in the text to all the major transportation resource websites in the city.

Seattle Attractions


Henry Art Gallery

Closed Mon; Tue, Wed 11-5; Thu 11-8; Fri, Sat, Sun 11-5

University of Washington

15th Ave NE & 41st St

Seattle, WA 98195
Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

Open daily, 10 am – 5 pm.

The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
Box 353010
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-3010



Northwest African American Museum
Wednesday, Friday 11:00am-4:30pm, Thursday 11:00am-7:00pm, Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm
Northwest African American Museum
2300 South Massachusetts Street, Seattle
(206) 518-6000

Seattle Asian Art Museum
Set in Capitol Hill's beautiful Volunteer Park, this historic art-moderne building houses a world-renowned collection of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indian, Southeast Asian, and Himalayan art.
Tuesday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday 10:00am-9:00pm
Seattle Asian Art Museum
1400 East Prospect Street, Seattle
(206) 344-5265

Olympic Sculpture Park
Olympic Sculpture Park transformed a nine-acre industrial site into an open green space of creativity. Set along the waterfront, an innovative Z-shaped path connects four distinctive landscapes - Valley, Grove, Meadows and Shore. Highlights include a glass-and-steel pavilion, sculpted gardens filled with native plants and original sculptures by notable artists such as Alexander Calder and Richard Serra.
Sunday-Saturday Dawn to Dusk
Olympic Sculpture Park
2901 Western Avenue, Seattle
(206) 654-3100

Seattle Art Museum
The Seattle Art Museum is the Pacific Northwest's premier art museum, with a newly expanded suite for Modern and Contemporary art; galleries for European Art, including a late-16th century wood-paneled room from northern Italy; a Porcelain Room exhibiting some 1,000 European and Asian porcelains; and expansive galleries for African Art. The South Building galleries feature Northwest Coast Native Americans, Australian Aboriginal and Oceanic Art; Asian Art; art of Mesoamerica and the Andes; a Textiles gallery and the Taste Cafe. Free guided tours available by calling (206) 654-3123.
Tuesday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday-Friday until 9:00pm
Seattle Art Museum
1300 First Avenue, Seattle
(206) 654-3100

Wing Luke Asian Museum
The Wing Luke Asian Museum collects, preserves and displays artifacts, documents, art, oral histories and images related to the history, art and culture of Asian Pacific Americans. Specializing in the Pacific Northwest and Seattle's International District.
Permanent Exhibitions:
One Song, Many Voices: The Asian Pacific American Experience: 200-year history of the immigration and settlement of Asians and Pacific Islanders in Washington state, from the first Hawaiian settlers to the new refugees from Southeast Asia.
The Densho: Japanese American Legacy Project
Through Our Eyes: Twentieth Century Asian American Photography of the Pacific Northwest
On permanent public display on the Museum's exterior on Seventh Avenue:
Our Heritage, Our Journey, Our Dreams, a public art installation by local artists Ron Ho and Stewart Wong and Portrait of a Community: a permanent exhibit about the International District.
Tuesday-Friday 11:00am-4:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm
Wing Luke Asian Museum
719 South King Street, Seattle
(206) 623-5124

Center for Wooden Boats
The Center for Wooden Boats offers an opportunity to experience the dimensions of an earlier time, to put your hands on the oars of a graceful pulling boat or the tiller of a traditional wooden catboat. With help from master craftsmen, you can learn to steam bend an oak frame, cast an oarlock, sew a canvas ditty bag, splice a line or caulk a seam.
9/2-11/27 Sunday-Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm
Center for Wooden Boats
1010 Valley Street, Seattle
(206) 382-2628

Experience Music Project – EMP
A cutting-edge museum that uses interactive exhibits and advanced technology to explore popular music from rock 'n' roll and jazz to hip-hop and punk. Housed in a Frank Gehry-designed building and funded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the EMP offers a collection of unique memorabilia such as Gene Simmons' demon KISS costume, a gallery of classic guitars (acoustic and electric) and in-depth profiles on Seattle's music scene, from Jimi Hendrix to grunge rock of the 1990s.
Sunday-Saturday 10:00am-8:00pm
Experience Music Project - EMP
325 Fifth Avenue North, Seattle
(206) 367-5483

Pacific Science Center
The Pacific Science Center is a not-for-profit science foundation serving one million people a year in every county of Washington state, inspiring a lifelong interest in science, math and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative exhibits and programs.
Monday-Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm
Pacific Science Center
200 Second Avenue North, Seattle
(206) 443-2001

The Children's Museum
The Seattle Children's Museum is a 22,000 square foot environment just for children ages birth through 10 years and their families. It's located in the heart of the city, on the first level of the Center House at Seattle Center. With the Space Needle soaring overhead and downtown just a Monorail ride away, the Museum can be an exciting part of any day spent in The Emerald City.
At the Museum, every exhibit is interactive, which allows little hands and growing minds to explore, play and learn. The Museum features 11 permanent exhibits, an art studio, two education classrooms, a temporary traveling exhibit gallery, a storytelling circle and resource library, workshops, camps and weekend programming.
Monday-Friday 10:00am-5:00pm, Saturday-Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm
The Children's Museum
305 Harrison Street, Seattle
(206) 441-1768

Museum of Flight
It is one of the largest air and space museums in the world with facilities that includes the Red Barn - Boeing's original manufacturing facility. The museum's six-story glass-and-steel exhibit hall houses 39 full-sized aircraft, while an outdoor park is home to the first jet Air Force One and first 747. And for those who want to be put into the pilot's seat, there are two flight simulators that offer unforgettable rides.
Sunday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm
Museum of Flight
9404 East Marginal Way South, Seattle
(206) 764-5720

Museum of History and Industry
Ten minutes from downtown Seattle in the Montlake neighborhood, with easy access from SR 520 (Evergreen Point Floating Bridge). Walking trails connect to nearby Washington Park Arboretum on Lake Washington. Docent tours daily at 2:00pm. Children's story circle Saturday and Sunday at 3:00pm. Ample free parking and easy METRO access.
Permanent Exhibits: Take Me Out to the Ballgame: The Seattle Rainiers, Pink Toe Tow Truck from Lincoln Towing, Salmon Stakes: People, Nature and Technology, McCurdy Maritime Collection, Gorilla in Our Midst: Bobo Returns, Seattle and the Klondike Gold Rush, Essential Seattle, Great Seattle Fire, History R Us: Rainier Beer Artifacts and more.
Monday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm, First Thursday 10:00am-8:00pm
Museum of History and Industry
2700 24th Avenue East, Seattle
(206) 324-1126

Arts events that week

Seattle Symphony
Jun. 18, 2009 7:30 PM
Jun. 19, 2009 8:00 PM
Jun. 20, 2009 8:00 PM

J.S. Bach: Concerto in E major
Schnittke: Sonata for Violin and Chamber Orchestra
Schubert: Rondo in A
Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5
See classical-music icon Midori — recently named by CNN as one of the top ten child prodigies to make a significant contribution to society — performs three works with the Seattle Symphony in one evening!
Jun. 21, 2009 2:00 PM
Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5
Bach: Concerto in E major
Schnittke: Rondo
Schubert: Rondo in A

Seattle Men's Chorus: SMC Unplugged
Seattle Men's Chorus and Seattle Women's Chorus
The pop-jazz vocals and unique sound of m-pact will beautifully complement the 200+ voices of the Men's Chorus as they perform music ranging from motets to Motown, in a concert that will usher in the summer season leaving you breathless, and wanting more.
Friday and Saturday 8:00pm, Sunday 2:00pm
06/19/2009 through 06/21/2009
Presented at: BH Music Center (Benaroya Hall)
200 University Street, Seattle
(206) 215-4800

El Gaucho's Pampas Room Jazz
El Gaucho
El Gaucho has the market cornered on elegant, old-school steakhouse legacy, with tableside service, mink-lined banquettes, and a sultry atmosphere that evokes a bygone era. It's here that The Brian Nova Quartet will entertain a packed house every weekend along side a number of guest musicians.
Friday-Saturday 8:00pm-12:00am
07/08/2008 through 12/31/2050
Presented at: El Gaucho
2505 First Avenue, Seattle
(206) 728-1337

The Tempest
Seattle Shakespeare Company
Enter a world of illusion and magic where a wronged sorcerer manipulates both spirits and humans in his quest for revenge.
Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 2:00pm
06/04/2009 through 06/28/2009
Presented at: Center House Theatre
305 Harrison Street, Seattle
(206) 684-7200
A Thousand Clowns

Intiman Theater

201 Mercer Street

Seattle, WA 98109


Below the Belt & the break/s

ACT Theatre

Kreielsheimer Place

700 Union Street

Seattle, WA 98101

(206) 292-7676
Seattle Repertory Theater

155 Mercer Street

Seattle, WA

(206) 443-2222

Tourist Attractions

Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour

In Seattle's Pioneer Square

608 First Avenue • Seattle, WA 98104
Space Needle

You can go to the top for views or to the revolving restaurant for a meal.

Pike Place Market

With the original Starbucks and the fish throwers

Seattle Aquarium

Woodland Park Zoo
Ride the Ducks

You haven't seen Seattle until you've seen it from a Duck! Travelers and local Seattle-ites of all ages love to Ride the Ducks! Our hilarious, Coast Guard-certified maritime captains will take you on a musical tour of the Emerald City. Amphibious World War II vehicles will show you Seattle from both land and water! You'll see downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market and historic Pioneer Square, then, SPLASH into the water for a party on wheels that floats!! Click on the video tour for details! It's a party on wheels that floats! Don't forget your Wacky Quacker noisemaker!

Argosy Cruises
Tillicum Village

The 4-hour adventure to Tillicum Village on Blake Island State Park begins at Pier 55 on Seattle's Central Waterfront (Pier 55 Directions). Daily tours are available May-September. Relax and enjoy the magnificent scenery during the 50 minute cruise. Your meal is served buffet-style and includes a menu of Traditional Indian-style Baked Salmon, Warm Tillicum Whole Grain Bread, New Red Potatoes, Long-Grain and Wild Rice, Fresh Salad Bar and Boehms Chocolate Salmon Dessert. Coffee, tea, lemonade, soft drinks, wine and beer are available at an extra charge. As you finish your meal, the lights dim while the myth and magic come to life in the spellbinding performance featuring the Tillicum Village dancers.After the show, you have approximately 45 minutes to one hour of free time when you can watch carving demonstrations in the longhouse, visit our gift gallery featuring artwork of local artisans or stroll along the pristine beaches and many forested trails.


Pacific Place Mall
Westlake Center
Downtown Retail Core
Elliott Bay Book Company
Local Hikes/Walks

Seattle Walking Tours Maps
Mt. Rainier National Park
Washington Park Arboretum
Magnolia Bluff

Seward Park
Alki Beach Park
Discovery Park
Mount Si near Issaquah, WA, east of Seattle
Tiger Mountain near Issaquah, WA, east of Seattle
Talapus Lake east of Seattle off of I-90
Seattle Restaurants

94 Stewart

94 Stewart St. Seattle, WA 98101

94 Stewart is a delicious Pacific Northwest style bistro in the heart of Downtown Seattle at the top of Pike Place Market. Fresh, wild, natural, free-range and organic are the foundation of 94 Stewart’s cuisine. Fresh cheeses and an extensive wine list compliment the menu and each entrée features a suggested bottle of wine. For junior diners several options are available, including pasta baked with cheese and herbed chicken strips. Though this Seattle restaurant is full of class, it is still fun: crayons and paper are found on every table. 94 Stewart takes its cuisine seriously and it shows—patrons don’t leave disappointed.

2107 3rd Ave. Seattle, WA 98121

Brasa, located in the heart of Downtown Seattle, is frequently published as one of Seattle’s best restaurants. The quality of food is outstanding—the menu reflects the seasons and Executive Chefs Tamara Murphy and Juli Guillemette are committed to using organic meats and produce from local farmers. Attention to detail and impeccable service have kept locals coming back. Seattle’s Brasa is a perfect restaurant for a special night out.
Cafe Campagne

1600 Post Alley Seattle, WA 98101

A Parisian cafe tucked beneath Campagne Restaurant on Post Alley, Cafe Campagne serves traditional French fare in a cozy, unpretentious setting. Open seven days a week with brunch on Saturday and Sundays until 4:00pm. A wine bar as well, the Cafe pours forty wines by the glass. Named by Zagat Survey Seattle's "Top French Bistro". (Description provided by
Chez Shea

94 Pike St. Suite 34, Seattle, WA 98101

For an intimate French-inspired restaurant above Seattle's Pike Place market, look no further than Chez Shea. Using classic Northwest ingredients, Executive Chef Jeremy Bund creates incredible contemporary French specialties such as seared Hudson Valley foie gras and wild Alaskan sablefish. Chez Shea features a casual bistro lounge adjacent to the main dining room. In the lounge, patrons may order ala carte, or choose the prix fixe menu--$25 for three delectable courses. With its excellent location and carefully prepared dishes, it should come as no surprise that Chez Shea is one of Seattle's most popular restaurants.

Etta's Seafood

2020 Western Ave. Seattle, WA 98121

Renown Seattle chef Tom Douglas does it again, this time by creating Etta's Seafood, a casual seafood restaurant located half a block from Pike Place Market. Tasting Tom's Dungeness crab cakes is a must, especially with his unique green cocktail sauce. Featured entrees include Etta's rub-with-love wild Alaskan king salmon served with cornbread pudding that's become a local staple. Since Etta's menu changes with the seasons and availability of ingredients, it is worth going back to taste all of Tom Douglas' creations.

Library Bistro

92 Madison St. Seattle, WA 98104

Madison Street's Library Bistro offers a hip place to refuel while strolling through Seattle's Belltown neighborhood. Hundreds of books are on display while patrons munch on traditional bistro cuisine or enjoy a drink from the bar. The Bookstore Bar features a vast array of microbrews, imports and wines from the Pacific Northwest and from around the world. Don’t worry caffeine addicts—this Seattle bistro stays true to its roots and serves up the perfect cup of coffee. All the books on display are also for sale so feel free to browse. Don’t miss out on Seattle’s Library Bistro, a unique experience in the heart of the city.

2601 West Marina Place, Seattle, WA 98199

Seattle's Magnolia neighborhood is home to Palisade, a gorgeous waterfront restaurant featuring an eclectic mix of Northwest, Hawaiian and worldly cuisine. The interior of the restaurant looks like a wooden ship with rustic timbered beams. The menu is surprisingly large and diverse: teriyaki tenderloins, Peking duck with steamed buns, filet mignon, wild Australian banana prawns and rotisserie roasted Nebraska prime rib are just a few of the delicious offerings. Almost every seat has a view of the Puget Sound, making this truly a Seattle staple.
Ray's Boathouse

6049 Seaview Ave., Seattle WA 98107

Hailed as one of the ten best seafood restaurants in the country and as one of the top twelve romantic places to eat in the world, Ray’s Boathouse is truly a Seattle landmark. Seated on the bay in the chic Ballard neighborhood, Ray’s features a heart-stopping, postcard view of the Olympic Mountains over Puget Sound. Executive Chef Peter Birk and his team of culinary masterminds hand select the freshest, most desirable varieties of seafood from local purveyors and then prepare them in the most simple and delicate ways, seeking only to enhance the natural flavors and esculent characteristics. Ray’s Boathouse also features an award-winning wine list of more than 700 selections, allowing guests to select the perfect vintage to complement their perfect Northwest seafood entrée.

Eva Restaurant

2227 N 56th St

Seattle, WA 98103


(206) 524-4044
6804 E Green Lake Way N
Seattle, WA 98115

Restaurant Zoe
2137 2nd Ave # D
Seattle, WA 98121
Tel. +1 206.256.2060
Flying Fish

2234 First Ave

Seattle, WA 98121

(206) 728-8595


2043 Eastlake, Ave E

Seattle, WA 98102

(206) 323-0807


3321 W. McGraw

Seattle, WA 98199

(206) 286-7305

Mama’s Mexican Kitchen

2234 2nd Ave

Seattle, WA 98121

(206) 728-6262

Green Leaf


418 8th Ave S

Seattle, WA 98104

(206) 340-1388

Shanghai Garden


524 6th Ave S

Seattle, WA 98104

(206) 443-3241

Tamarind Tree

1036 S. Jackson St. Ste A

Seattle, WA 98104
Samurai Noodle


606 5th Ave S.

Seattle, WA 98104

(206) 624-9321


1411 N 45th St.

Seattle, WA 98103

(206) 633-0801

Smash Wine Bar and Bistro

1401 N 45th St

Seattle, WA 98103

(206) 547-3232

Café Flora

2901 E. Madison St

Seattle, WA 98112

(206) 325-9100

Harvest Vine

2701 E Madison St

Seattle, WA 98112

2319 E Madison St

Seattle, WA 98112

(206) 302-7874

Impromptu Wine Bar Café

4235 E Madison St

Seattle, WA 98112

(206) 860-1569


7314 Greenwood Ave N

Seattle, WA 98103

(206) 706-7703

Stumbling Goat Bistro

6722 Greenwood Ave N

Seattle, WA 98103

(206) 784-3535


2576 Aurora Ave N

Seattle, WA 98109

(206) 283-3313


823 5th Ave N

Seattle, WA 98109

(206) 283-8800

Orrapin Thai

10 Boston St

Seattle, WA 98109

(206) 283-7118

The Pink Door

1919 Post Alley

Seattle, WA 98101
Anthony’s Pier 66

2201 Alaskan Way

Seattle, WA 98121

(206) 448-6688


1001 E Pike St

Seattle, WA 98122

5501 30th Ave NE

Seattle, WA 98105

(206) 526-7655

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