Seattle City Pass: yes, it’s worth it

I guess I will be talking about Seattle non-stop for a long time :D. The city is friendly in so many levels: to get around, the people and to see the sights.

Since we had only 3 days for sightseeing, I did some research and decided to give the Seattle City Pass a chance. You can visit 6 attractions over the course of 9 consecutive days from the first day you use it and you can buy your City Pass at any of the attractions’ ticket offices.

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The six attractions are:

1) Space Needle; 2) EMP Museum; 3) Seattle Aquarium; 4) Pacific Science Center; 5) Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour; 6) The Museum of Flight or Woodland Park Zoo

We used the Seattle City Pass over the course of 3 days as follows:

Day 1: The Museum of Flight (it was very cold and we decided to skip the Woodland Park Zoo for a Summer visit; also, we spent about 4 hours in the museum and could have easily stayed more)

Day 2: Space Needle, EMP Museum and Seattle Aquarium (again, it was very cold and there weren’t any lines really, so every visit was very relaxed and enjoyable and it didn’t feel rushed at all)

Day 3: Pacific Science Center (really cool place for kids of all ages and awesome that the City Pass ticket included an IMAX movie)

As I mentioned many times on this post, it was very cold plus due to our schedule of shows to attend and go to Vancouver and back, we ended up skipping the Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour. Even skipping the Harbour Tour, we paid less than if we had bought the tickets individually. But of course, we plan to go back in the summer and go for a boat tour! 🙂

View of Space Needle, EMP Museum and Pacific Science Center, all of which you can visit with Seattle City Pass

Stay tuned for our upcoming posts about each attraction and hope it motivates you to visit Seattle and take advantage of the Seattle City Pass!

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