Destinations

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Ballard Locks
The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, built in 1911 and often nicknamed the Ballard Locks, provides a link for boats between the salt water of Puget Sound and the fresh water of the Ship Canal, which connects eastward to Lake Union and Lake Washington.
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Bite of Seattle
The Comcast Bite of Seattle is excited to bring back a new and improved Just a Bite! attraction, where guests can sample some of Seattle’s greatest food at an even greater value!
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Boeing Future of Flight
Explore the dynamics of flight and experience new aviation innovations. Design and virtually test your own jet. Strap yourself into the Innovator for an exhilarating trip to virtual destinations and experiences like the Battle for Iwo Jima, a Grand Prix Race or a barnstorming stunt plane.
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Bumbershoot
Bumbershoot®: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival is now in its 40th year. Since 1971, Bumbershoot has drawn artists representing the best in music, film, comedy, spoken word, dance, theatre, performance, and visual arts to the Seattle Center over Labor Day weekend.
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Cascade Loop Scenic Highway
Our self-guided driving tour begins just 28 miles North of Seattle. We circle through the spectacular Cascade mountain range and embrace the vineyard-laden Columbia River Valley, glacier-fed Lake Chelan, and the Wild West territory of the Methow Valley.
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Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway
Take a ride on the Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway, an amazing 150-mile road trip revealing the story of the Ice Age floods when vast reservoirs of water flooded and receded from this valley hundreds of times.
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Emerald Downs
Emerald Downs is a world class racetrack with a multitude of facility amenities and features. Choose from several dining options, group event packages and viewing perspectives to find the perfect setting to experience your day at the races.
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Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival
For more than 40 years at the University of Idaho, the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival has brought jazz masters together with elementary, junior high, high school and college students to share and celebrate a truly American art form of music.
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Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is one of the destination events for the Pacific Northwest. Every spring hundreds of thousands of people come to enjoy the celebration of spring as millions of tulips burst into bloom.
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Mountains to Sound Greenway
Interstate highways often become the province of strip malls, billboards and spreading urban development. But people in the Pacific Northwest wanted a different future for the historic road over Snoqualmie Pass.
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Skagit Tours (Diablo Dam)
Welcome to Seattle City Light's Skagit River Hydroelectric Project! Surround yourself with the natural beauty of the North Cascades. There are many things to see and do whether you visit for a day or longer.
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Mt. Rainier
Mount Rainier National Park offers excellent opportunities for scenic drives, hiking, and mountain climbing. Most roads are open from late May to early October and all provide stunning views and access to a variety of hiking trails and other sites.
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Mt. St. Helens
Mt. St. Helens is celebrated its 30th Anniversary of the Big Blast this year and what a year it was ! Records were set at all the main attractions including the Forest Learning Center, Johnston Ridge Observatory, and Helicopter Tours.
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Pacific Science Center
If you're planning on stopping in for a few hours or making a whole day of your visit, you're sure to have a great time and find plenty to do at Pacific Science Center.
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Safeco Field
Safeco Field is the fabulous home of the Seattle Mariners. Guests are treated to a 19.59-acre outdoor baseball park with real grass and a retractable roof.
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Qwest Field
Experience Qwest Field like never before by sitting in a luxury suite, suiting up in the visitor’s locker room, and eventually setting foot right on the same next-generation FieldTurf playing surface as your favorite Seahawks players!
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Pioneer Square
Seattle’s Pioneer Square District encompasses the birthplace of modern Seattle and the city’s first downtown. Most of the Square’s buildings were erected within a decade of the disastrous Great Fire of June 6, 1889.
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Olympia
The Olympia-Lacey-Tumwater Visitor & Convention Bureau works to maintain the vibrancy of the region by promoting the Thurston County area as a preferred destination for meetings, conventions and leisure travel.