Whether you are planning a fast weekend trip, wedding or a longer family vacation, in Seattle you will never be board. Some of the city’s best attractions and museums contain the museum of flight, Chihuly Garden and Glass, the living computer museum, the fryer art museum, the museum of industry & history, and the EMP museum.
Center for wooden boats
The center for wooden boats is a sea museum unlike other museums, because of its collection of old wooden craft is not on display. Instead guests take the boats out into the water and learn how to row or sail while they learn about how old marines worked and lived. The museum is particularly is particularly remarkable for those who are interested in maritime traditional expertise, old boats, or just being on the water.
Seattle Seahawks Football Game
Dirty 30 Birthday party turning it up for your friends after a football game, have some gorgeous Seattle strippers do some cool pole dancing shows for all your tailgater buddies after a Seahawk game. Have the girls come out pre-game before your team takes the field especially if its against a great team unless you want to cheer up after a loss to a superior football team well then that’s the jobs of an entertainer like these amazing pole dancers.
Sky view observatory
Placed on the 73rd floor of the Columbia center on 5th Avenue, the sky view observatory provides amazing panoramic views of Seattle, the space needle, the Olympic mountains and the cascade, as well as Mt. Rainier. At 902 feet high, the observatory is the top public viewing area on the West Coast.
The Seattle urban winery trip offered by EverGreen escapes takes wine lovers on a half-day trip of some of Washington state best and most reputable wineries and vineyards. Guests get to view the grapes, tour the cellars, meet the winemakers, and taste some very perfect wine. EverGreen escape guides are domestic wine aficionadas who will not just teach you about the art of winemaking, but will also share a bit of the culture and history of the area.
The chocolate tours
Placed in Seattle’s Fremont area not far from downtown, the Chocolate factory tour is the location where you can study what happens to beans from Africa and central America before they become chocolate. When you trip the place, you will definitely have the chance to taste some of the top chocolate in planet, and you will also learn about fair trade, the bean farmers lifestyle, and the ways in which the Theo chocolate factory is thrilling their lives.
Washington Park Arboretum
Placed on Arboretum Drive, the Washington Park Arboretum and its rare trees and plants take up most of Washington Park on the shores of Lake Washington. It is a mutual project of the Arboretum Foundation, the Seattle Department of Recreation and Parks, and the Washington University.