There’s plenty to do in Seattle along the shores of Elliott Bay and under the shadow of Mt. Rainier. From Museums, Antiques shops, Art Galleries to Sports Venues, fine dining and great shopping.

The Inn of Twin Gables is located in the Queen Anne Hill district. Located to the north of downtown, this is one of Seattle’s most scenic neighborhoods. Queen Anne combines sensational views with quiet residential elegance and many shops, restaurants, and coffee houses. At the base of the hill is the 74-acre Seattle Center which was the site of the World’s Fair and home of the Space Needle, the Monorail to downtown, the Pacific Science Center, the Fun Forest Amusement Park, the Children’s Museum, the Opera House, the Intiman and Repertory Theatres, and the Key Arena.

See what Seattle has to offer you, and plan for a wonderful vacation! Come back often, because you never know what you may see next!


Seattle Art Museum
Includes information about the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Additional information on tickets and membership, exhibits, and sites for parents, kids and teachers.

Bellevue Art Museum
BAM opened January 2001. Their Web site has information on membership, exhibits, the art fair and museum school.

Henry Art Gallery
The Web site for the Henry Art Gallery and the Faye G. Allen Center for the Visual Arts has exhibition information, program and events, online newsletters and membership.

Museum of Glass
Contrary to its name, this Tacoma museum features contemporary art in a variety of disciplines, but you will be sure to find the work of international glass artist Dale Chihuly. Get directions, ticket and membership information.

Museum of Flight
History, ticket and membership information, programs and the museum store.

Wing Luke Asian Museum
In the heart of the International District, the Wing Luke Museum Web site has membership and admission information, exhibits and calendars, a newsletter and other press releases.

Experience Music Project
Paul Allen’s dream come true. What started as a Jimi Hendrix tribute ended up being quite a spectacular sight for Seattle Center. The Web site is filled with information on the building, exhibits and events, membership information, and much more.

Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame
The first museum devoted to this dynamic and far-reaching genre, SFM combines artifacts and information in evocative environments, immersing visitors in science fiction’s “alternative worlds.” Witness how science fiction touches all forms of artistic expression and reframes the complexities of science, art, culture and the humanities – helping give visitors new insights into themselves and their world.

Seattle Center
A central hub for Seattle-area entertainment, this is where you’ll find festivals, music, theater, dance, opera, museums, IMAX films, Pacific Science Center, an amusement park, a skate park and more.

Space Needle
The structure that was going to be torn down after the 1962 World’s Fair is forever a Seattle icon. The Web site has more history, views from the top, restaurant and events/catering information.

Pike Place Market
Now a historical landmark, the Pike Place Market has been the center of activity for downtown for almost a century.

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
Watch the ships pass through the locks as they move between Puget Sound and Lake Union, get a glimpse of salmon at the fish ladder and enjoy the botanical gardens.

Seattle Aquarium
See and learn about marine mammals, the giant Pacific octopus, salmon, a Pacific coral reef and more.

Woodland Park Zoo
One of the oldest zoos on the West coast, it has garnered major awards for several exhibits: Trail of Vines, Northern Trail, Tropical Rain Forest, Elephant Forest and African Savanna.