Offering "must-do" fully narrated tours for visitors and locals alike. The 1-hour Harbor cruise and the 2-1/2 hour Locks cruise both offer breathtaking views of the Seattle skyline and an overview of Seattle's history.
Seattle's only downtown recreational marina! Saltwater guest moorage is available year-round for vessels up to 170 feet. Yacht clubs and groups welcome.
The Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal anchors an 11-acre complex along Seattle's downtown waterfront. Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean offer weekly sailings to Alaska. In the fall, Celebrity Cruises offers 3 and 4 day adventures to beautiful British Columbia.
Offering daily 1.5 hour and 2.5 hour Sunset Sails as well as private charters aboard two 70 foot performance sailing yachts. Real sailing with a highly experienced crew.
SAM's 9 acre Olympic Sculpture Park is a vibrant new open space where people can experience a variety of art and sculpture in an outdoor setting, while enjoying dramatic views of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound.
Pier 62 and 63 is the former site of the annual Summer Nights at the Pier concert series, at which performances were punctuated by the sound of passing trains and trolleys, and docking and departing ferries. Although occasionally hosting other special events, for most of the rest of the year the pier provides a place to stroll out over the water to view Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains to the west, and the Seattle skyline to the east. The Piers are aged and deteriorating, and can no longer bear the load of heavy weights.
See, touch and explore the underwater world of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Visit the Aquarium's award-winning exhibits or have a private event in the unique space.
The premier location to play the best arcade machines around. Offering a wide variety of games and attractions to ensure fun and excitement for you, your friends, and the whole family.
NW Coast Native American cultural center that provides a salmon dinner and NW Coast Native American dance show. Boat leaves from Pier 55 on the Seattle Central Waterfront.
With so many attractions to choose from, there's never a dull moment on the Downtown Seattle Waterfront. Blend education with excitement at the Seattle Aquarium or Odyssey Maritime Discovery Center. Waterfront Park, Myrtle Edwards Park and the Olympic Sculpture Park provide great places to stretch your legs or sit back and enjoy the view. Check out the attractions in the list to the right for more ideas on spending your day on the Waterfront.