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Argosy Harbor Cruise

Description
First time visitors and families with children in tow can find no better and more breathtaking introduction to Seattle than the one-hour Argosy Harbor Cruise of Elliott Bay, which departs from Pier 55 on the historic waterfront. Since 1949, millions of locals and visitors have learned about the city's history while viewing the colorful waterfront, spectacular city skyline including the Space Needle and Seattle Center, and the majestic Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges. You'll also learn about one of the world's largest shipping terminals and the role it has had in shaping the history of Seattle. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase onboard.

Hours
January 1-March 13, 2009: Monday-Friday, 1:30 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 1:30 pm and 2:45 pm;
March 14-June 5, 2009: Daily, 12:15 pm, 1:30 pm, 2:45 pm, 4:00 pm;
June 6-September 7, 2009: Daily, 11:00 am, 12:15 pm, 1:30 pm, 2:45 pm, 4:00 pm, 5:15 pm;
September 8-October 18, 2009: Daily, 12:15 pm, 1:30 pm, 2:45 pm, 4:00 pm;
October 19-December 31, 2009: Monday-Friday, 1:30 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 1:30 pm, 2:45 pm

Argosy Harbor Cruise

Description
Since 1992, guests have enjoyed beautiful scenery, views of Mt. Rainier, University of Washington Husky Stadium, and homes of Seattle's rich and famous on this 1 1/2 hour live narrated cruise on Lake Washington. A fun and relaxing 90-minute experience. Snacks and beverages available for purchase on board.

Hours
March 14-May 1, 2009: Saturday-Sunday, 1: 30 pm;
May 2-June 5, 2009: Monday-Friday, 1:30 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 1:30 pm, 3:30 pm;
June 6-September 7, 2009: Monday-Friday, 1:30 pm, 3:30 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 3:30 pm;
September 8-October 18, 2009: Monday-Friday, 1:30 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 1:30 pm, 3:30 pm;
October 19-November 29, 2009: Saturday-Sunday, 1:30 pm

Argosy Lakes Seattle Cruise

Description
Enjoy both Lake Union and Lake Washington on this two-hour live narrated cruise. In recent decades Lake Union has undergone a transformation as shipyards and maritime industry gives way to condos, restaurants, and parks. Houseboat communities dot the eastern and western side of the lake, including the one used in the film 'Sleepless in Seattle.' Cruise past kayakers as you keep an eye out for the occasional bald eagle swooping against the backdrop of Mount Rainier. Lake Washington is bordered by the multimillion-dollar homes of Seattle's rich and famous. The lake is also a prime trout fishing location and has many popular swimming spots tucked in along its banks. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase onboard.

Hours
January 1-March 30: 1:00 pm Saturday and Sunday;
March 31-April 30: 1:00 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday;
May 1-June 2: 1:00 pm daily; 1:00 pm, 3:30 pm Saturday and Sunday;
June 3-September 4: 11:00 am, 1:15 pm, 3:30 pm daily;
September 5-October 15: 1:00 pm daily; 1:00 pm, 3:30 pm Saturday and Sunday;
October 16-December 31: 1:00 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Bellevue Arts Museum

Description
Bellevue Arts Museum is a three-story, 36,000 square-foot museum designed by internationally renowned architect Steven Holl. The Museum is the Pacific Northwest's center for the exploration of the fine art of craft and design. In addition to the fantastic array of rotating exhibits, visitors are always greeted by featured art objects in Forum, which is free to the public. The exhibits feature work in the mediums of fiber, clay, metal, glass, wood and jewelry by national, international and regional crafts artists. The Museum offers many diverse educational programming opportunities including art classes for kids, lectures and workshops for adults and resources for educators.

Hours
Tuesday-Thursday & Saturday, 10:00 am-5:30 pm;
Friday, 10:00 am-9:00 pm;
Sunday, 11:00 am-5:30 pm

Blake Island Adventure Cruise

Description
Legend has it that Blake Island is the birthplace of Chief Seattle. This island treasure is just 8 miles from the Seattle waterfront and offers visitors a chance to hike, beachcomb, or camp between the old growth forest and the sandy saltwater shores. The island's campsites offer a wonderful safe environment to introduce the world of camping and hiking to children. The island is home to deer, mink, otter, bald eagles, kingfishers, and great blue herons. Suggested tour time is 4 hours.

Hours
Daily tours: May 1-September 31;
Weekend tours: October-November and March-April

Burke Museum of Natural History & Culture

Description
Adventure awaits everyone at the Burke Museum on the University of Washington campus-the Pacific Northwest's hub for natural history and cultural heritage. See changing exhibits on discoveries in natural history and traditional cultural arts. Five million natural specimens in the collection help researchers unravel the complexity of the world we live in. Special events from the kid-friendly Dinosaur Day and Bug Blast to Thursday night lectures and family weekend activities offer something to entertain everyone. Highlights of the collection include the region's only dinosaur skeleton on view all year long!

Hours
Daily, 10:00 am-5:00 pm

Children's Museum of Tacoma

Description
The Children's Museum of Tacoma is geared to children age 8 and under and is made up of hands-on exhibits. Playful opportunities abound in ‘Design, Build, Play!’, an exhibit inspired by the art and architecture of playground equipment company Kompan. Through their play and block building, children will gain a variety of pre-math and science skills as well as build knowledge about themselves and the world around them.

Hours
Monday-Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Deception Pass Tours

Description
Don't just peer over the edge-see it from the water. Enjoy safe passage through the turbulent whirlpools of Deception Pass aboard the 'Island Whaler'. Learn the tales of characters who navigated this National Historic Monument.

Hours
Saturday and Sunday only, 11:00 am-6:00 pm

Emerald Downs

Description
You don't have to bet the big money to enjoy a day at the races at Emerald Downs. There's plenty of excitement even if you don't play the ponies at all, although the excitement of the Thoroughbred's pounding hooves may make it hard not to place at least a tiny wager. Live racing takes place April through September and Simulcasting is available year-round. The welcoming park offers wagering lessons for racing novices. Those with kids in tow will enjoy Family Sundays in the summer with pony rides and face painting, and the arcade will keep older children entranced year-round. For a more sophisticated experience, the luxury Triple Crown Suites atop the grandstand dazzle with unobstructed views of Mt. Rainier.

Hours
April 17-September 27

Experience Music Project/Science Fiction Museum & Hall of Fame

Description
Be a rock star and travel to the stars - all under EMP | SFM’s colorful roof! At Experience Music Project, learn to play the guitar, jam to a crowd of fans and be inspired by interactive music exhibitions. Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame is an out-of-this-world journey into the universe of science fiction. Meet the real E.T. and contemplate Captain Kirk’s command chair.

Hours
Winter Hours (September 8-May 22): Daily, 10:00 am-5:00 pm;
Summer Hours (May 22-September 7): Daily, 10:00 am-7:00 pm

Flying Heritage Collection

Description
The Flying Heritage Collection showcases rare military aircraft created when the desperate demands of World War II sparked groundbreaking aeronautical discoveries. Acquired by Paul G. Allen, the aircraft within the Collection have been painstakingly restored and preserved, many to flying condition. Among the 15 aircraft on display, favorites of the Collection include the North American P-51D 'Mustang,' the Supermarine 'Spitfire' Mk. Vc, and the Republic P-47D 'Thunderbolt.' Located at Paine Field in Everett, and set within a restored vintage hangar, the Collection offers visitors of all ages a firsthand view of the innovative technologies and fine lines of these iconic warriors, most of which are the last of their kind.

Hours
10:00 am-5:00 pm: Daily Memorial Day-Labor Day;
Open six days a week the rest of the year

Henry Art Gallery

Description
The Henry Art Gallery, a vital cultural resource on the University of Washington campus, stands out with its cutting-edge approach to exhibitions. The Henry engages visitors in powerful art experiences and serves as a catalyst for the creation of new work in the visual arts. Founded in 1927, the museum's exhibitions bring important works of art by internationally-recognized as well as by local and Northwest artists. The Henry is committed to exhibiting contemporary works, and to framing historical works in a contemporary context. In 2003, the Henry opened a permanent Skyspace by artist James Turrell. The Skyspace employs light, space, and atmosphere to create a unique visual experience. The Skyspace is not only a spectacular part of the museum's permanent collection, it is now an important part of the Henry's architecture, and a radiant addition to the University District's skyline.

Hours
Thursday and Friday, 11:00 am-9:00 pm;
Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 am-4:00 pm

Hydroplane & Raceboat Museum

Description
High-adrenaline sports fans will enjoy the world's only museum dedicated to powerboat racing, a popular Pacific Northwest extreme pastime. On display is an incredible collection of vintage hydroplanes spanning seven decades, including boats that have won seventeen Gold Cups. The museum has an extensive collection of memorabilia-including films, trophies, books, and posters-illustrating the stories of famous drivers, races, triumphs, and tragedies. In addition to the hydroplane history archives, the museum is also a fully equipped boat restoration shop where seven of the most famous Gold Cup and Harmsworth winners have been restored to full running condition.

Hours
Go Seattle Card is accepted: Tuesday, Thursday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Saturday, 10:00 am-4:00 pm

K1 Speed Indoor Karting

Description
Since 2003, K1 Speed has become the nation's largest indoor kart racing chain with six locations and more to follow. Our unique, high performance, zero-emission European electric karts and state-of-the-art live scoring system differentiates us from the rest. Each facility boasts 60,000-90,000 sq. ft. of pure racing entertainment on a real road course. Come race against your friends and colleagues, lounge in our memorabilia filled lobby, or have a snack from our Pit Cafe. We can accommodate 10-400 guests and are eager to host your next corporate function, team building event, or celebrate your birthday or bachelor party with an unforgettable racing experience.

Hours
Monday-Thursday, 12:00 pm-10:00 pm;
Friday-Saturday, 11:00 am-11:00 pm;
Sunday, 11:00 am-7:00 pm

Lakewold Gardens

Description
An inspirational experience where generations of family can discover common ground through the beauty of a garden. Located in Lakewood, Washington, Lakewold offers landscape architecture by Thomas Church surrounded by rare and native plants, State Champion trees, over 900 rhododendrons, 30 Japanese maples and stunning statuary.

Hours
April–September: Wednesday–Sunday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm;
October–November: Friday–Sunday, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm;
December–January: Friday, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm;
February–March: Friday–Sunday, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm;
Extended Hours: July–August, Wednesday, 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

LeMay Family Collection Foundation

Description
With more than a century's worth of American automobiles represented, from Model T's and muscle cars to even more modern or one-of-a-kind vehicles, you can see more than 500 vehicles from the LeMay Family Collection - the largest private collection of vintage vehicles in the world - on display at Marymount in Tacoma, WA.

Hours
Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Last tour starts at 3:00 pm

Museum of Glass

Description
The architecturally stunning Museum of Glass: International Center for Contemporary Art opened in downtown Tacoma in 2002. Linked to the downtown cultural corridor by the 500-foot-long pedestrian overpass, Tacoma-born artist Dale Chihuly's Bridge of Glass, MG hosts international exhibitions and site-specific installations. The Museum emphasizes the use of glass as a dynamic medium and introduces visitors to the world of contemporary art with lively, interactive programs and special events. Visitors enter a world of contemporary art and an atmosphere of creative energy. One of the building's most striking features is the tilted, cone-shaped Hot Shop Amphitheater, where visitors are mesmerized by artists working with molten glass.

Hours
September 5-May 27: Wednesday-Saturday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Sunday, 12:00 pm-5:00 pm;
May 26-September 4: Monday-Saturday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Sunday, 12:00 pm-5:00 pm

Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)

Description
Seattle's Museum of History & Industry (locals say MO-hi) presents interactive exhibits and programs that explore Pacific Northwest history. This extremely kid-friendly museum offers plenty of hands-on experiences for visitors of all ages. See the first airplane built by Boeing in 1919, the record-breaking Slo-Mo-Shun IV hydroplane, the glue pot that set the city ablaze in 1889, the enormous neon 'R' from the old Rainier Brewery and countless other priceless icons from the distant and recent past. Realistic displays let you walk the streets of 1880s Seattle or try your hand in a salmon cannery. MOHAI also hosts traveling exhibits from the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, and other museums worldwide and offers lectures by national and regional scholars, guided walking tours of historic areas, and educational activities for children.

Hours
Daily, 10:00 am-5:00 pm

Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

Description
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park is a treasure for wildlife enthusiasts. This 723-acre park has a little bit of everything: lakes, trails, meadows and plenty of animals. Northwest Trek is home to more than 200 North American animals.

Hours
Daily 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

Nordic Heritage Museum

Description
Discover the dream that led Scandinavian immigrants to the Pacific Northwest at the only museum of its kind in the country. Located in Ballard, Seattle's Scandinavian neighborhood, the Nordic Heritage Museum illustrates the dramatic journey to America by immigrants from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. The museum offers intriguing programs for the whole family with concerts, lectures, films, craft classes, story-telling, festivals, and language classes. Permanent exhibitions bring to life the work and traditions of early immigrants through artifacts, photographs, and personal stories. Traveling exhibits from Scandinavia offer up-to-date information on the traditions and culture of today. The Museum Store is the place for unusual Scandinavian gifts and books. Tivoli/Vikings Days in July and Yulefest the weekend before Thanksgiving offer visitors a lively introduction to Nordic culture.

Hours
Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 am-4:00 pm;
Sunday, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm

Pacific Science Center

Description
Pacific Science Center offers over 300 interactive hands-on exhibits for people of all ages. Enjoy such things as the tropical butterfly house where you can literally walk among hundreds of butterflies. There's even a tide pool area where you can learn about and hold sea life. Stroll among giant robotic dinosaurs, see incredible live demonstrations, visit the Planetarium and IMAX theaters, or ride a high rail bike one story above the ground. There's so much to see and do.

Hours
Open daily at 10:00 am

Pioneer Square Historical Audio Tour

Description
Enjoy fascinating and fantastic stories about Seattle's wild-west history while walking along the shoreline of Seattle's original waterfront. The Pioneer Square Historical Audio Tour will allow you to discover the diverse tapestry of Pioneer Square's cultural and architectural history. The tour is available in both English and Japanese.

Hours
Daily, 10:00 am-5:00 pm

Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium

Description
This Zoo is large enough to offer an awesome array of animals yet small enough to let you get really close to them. Come explore the only combined zoo & aquarium in the Northwest with breathtaking views of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier and the Olympic Mountains! You'll see seahorses and sharks, peacocks and penguins, wolves and walrus, all in one place.

Hours
Daily 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

Qwest Field: Home of the Seattle Seahawks

Description
Visit Qwest Field, the Emerald City's breathtaking new state-of-the-art landmark. This advanced multi-purpose stadium is home to Seattle's professional football and soccer teams, and plays host to numerous additional events each year. Be prepared to see it all on your 75-minute tour, including the press box, a luxury suite, the NFL visiting locker room and the FieldTurf playing surface. To get any closer, you'd need a helmet! Qwest Field is nestled just at the south end of downtown, framing spectacular views of the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound and the city.

Hours
Friday-Saturday, 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm

Recycled Cycles Bike Rental

Description
Welcome to Recycled Cycles, Seattle's Favorite Place to Rent Bicycles! Rent a bike so you and your family can enjoy a day of spectacular views of waterways and mountains along 'The Burke.' This trail is an easy to moderate ride for any skill level and has lots to offer along the way. Stop and enjoy the natural habitats, playgrounds for the kids, restaurants, and restrooms. Or indulge in one of Seattle's favorite activities-drinking coffee! At the end of the trail take time to visit Seattle's wine country. Recycled Cycles will help you enjoy Seattle's natural beauty on two wheels!

Hours
Winter Hours: Monday-Friday, 10:00 am-7:00 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 10:00 am-8:00 pm;
Summer Hours: Monday-Friday, 10:00 am-8:00 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 9:00 am-6:00 pm

Safeco Field Tour - Home of the Seattle Mariners

Description
Go behind the scenes at one of Major League Baseball's most amazing ballparks. Safeco Field is the extraordinary home of the Seattle Mariners. Guests are treated to a 19.59-acre outdoor baseball park with real grass and a retractable roof. Stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and downtown Seattle are as exciting as the action on the field. Tour one of the premier baseball facilities ever built, including areas of the ballpark that are usually restricted from the public: press box, luxury suites, field, dugout, and visitors' clubhouse. Cameras are welcome. All areas are subject to availability depending on activities within the ballpark. The one-hour tour covers approximately one mile of walking distance.

Hours
April 1-October 31: Daily, 10:30 am, 12:30 pm, 2:30 pm on days when there are no games. November 1-March 31: Tuesday-Sunday, 12:30 pm, 2:30 pm. On days when there are games at 6 pm or later, only the 10:30 am and 12:30 pm tours will be given

Seattle Art Museum

Description
What's at SAM? Well, for starters, there are 2,600 objects in 35 international galleries. Looking for an around-the-world experience? Check out the Australian Aboriginal Gallery - SAM is the only museum in the US to have anything like it. Maybe you'd like to have your breath taken away (who wouldn't?) - the modern and Contemporary Galleries feature an amazing Korean coat made of 40,000 dog tags. Or maybe your tastes are a little more traditional? The 16th century Italian Room will take you back to the Renaissance. Do the kids need to blow off some steam? Try the Family Room - it's filled with toys and learning activities. Phew! That should keep you busy for an hour or two.

Hours
Wenesday-Sunday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm;
Thursday-Friday, 10:00 am-9:00 pm

Seattle Asian Art Museum

Description
In 1994, after a new museum building opened in downtown Seattle, this facility reopened as the museum's center for Asian art and activities. The Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park opened as the original museum facility in 1933. The Seattle Asian Art Museum is a lively international hub for Asian art and culture, exhibiting Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian art. The museum's holdings rank in the top 10 outside of Asia, and its Japanese collection is one of the top five in the United States. While the downtown location houses the museum's other collections, it also includes examples of its Asian art collections.

Hours
Summer Hours (Memorial Day-Labor Day): Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Thursday, 10:00 am-9:00 pm;
Winter Hours (Labor Day-Memorial Day): Wednesday-Sunday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Thursday, 10:00 am-9:00 pm

Seattle Bug Safari

Description
Seattle Bug Safari is a live bug zoo and specialty gift shop where kids of all ages can experience the exotic, behind-the-scenes world of insects. Get close to a large collection of insect, arachnid, millipede and centipede species all live and on display in our main display area and our working laboratory. See the Goliath Bird Eater Tarantula, the world's largest species of tarantula that can grow as large as 12 inches across. Interact with Safari Guides, and see other GIANT creatures from Africa, Asia, Australia, and South America inside our uniquely designed 'Safari' facility. Purchase insect-oriented gifts inside our more than average souvenir shop. Featuring an extensive collection of framed specimens & supplies, books & posters, gifts & toys, live kits and more to enrich and extend your knowledge. Store open during regular zoo hours, admission not required to browse or crawl around.

Hours
Monday, 11:00 am-6:00 pm;
Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 am-6:00 pm

Seattle Center Monorail

Description
Ride the Monorail for a fun, quick, and convenient link between downtown Seattle and Seattle Center. Traveling high above the city streets, Seattle Center Monorail is the world's first full scale Monorail system and was orginally built for the 1962 Seattle World's Fair. At Seattle Center visit the Space Needle, Experience Music Project, Science Fiction Museum, Pacific Science Center, or one of the other world class attractions near the Monorail station. Or, travel to the heart of downtown Seattle where you will find all major hotels, eateries, and shopping. The downtown Monorail station is also located within easy walking distance of Pike Place Market and several of Seattle's favorite waterfront attractions.

Hours
Go Seattle Card is valid 9:00 am-5:30 pm daily. Daily;
Departures approximately every 10 minutes. This attraction may occasionally close early due to special events, outside of the control of Go Seattle Card

Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum

Description
Founded in 1997, the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum is one of the first and finest museums of its type in the world. Casting light on a previously closed culture, the museum displays the cultural, technological, and historical developments of the Seattle Police and King County Sheriff's Office. View a vast array of antique documents, photographs, weaponry, uniforms, and much more. These items assisted police in the taming of Seattle from its violent and corrupt frontier beginnings to what has now developed into one of the most professional law enforcement agencies in the United States. A children's interactive area lets kids try on police uniforms, examine a real jail cell, and use their imaginations.

Hours
Tuesday-Saturday, 11:00 am-4:00 pm

Seattle Museum of the Mysteries

Description
Come explore the Legends, Lore and Mystery of the Northwest. Bigfoot casts, UFO History and haunted locations and information on Seattle's Famous Four Spirits: Bruce Lee, Frances Farmer, Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain. Featuring ESP testing cards and Seattle's only Oxygen Bar.

Hours
Monday-Thursday, noon-8:30 pm;
Friday-Saturday, noon-10:00 pm

Space Needle

Description
Change your perspective dramatically in just forty-one seconds. That's the time it takes for the Space Needle's elevator to propel you 520 feet to the panoramic O Deck, where you'll be met with stunning views of Seattle's natural wonders-snow-capped Mt. Rainier to the south, the Cascade Mountains to the east and the majestic Olympic range to the west. Float planes gently alight on sparkling Lake Union. Ferries, cruise lines and cargo ships cross Elliott Bay. The magnification power of the complimentary Swarovski telescopes lets you pick out a friend in the stands at Safeco Field more than two miles away. Sip a mocha double-tall from the snack bar or make reservations at SkyCity, unique fine dining that rises above the rest.

Hours
Go Seattle Card is valid 9:00 am-5:30 pm daily

Tacoma Art Museum

Description
The Tacoma Art Museum is dedicated to connecting people through art and showcasing and collecting the art of the Northwest. In May 2003, the museum doubled its size with a new facility in the heart of Tacoma's Cultural District. The Antoine Predock-designed building features framed views of Mt. Rainier and a series of elegant galleries that wrap around an open-air interior stone garden. The galleries showcase traveling national and international exhibitions, as well as selections from the museum's collection of Dale Chihuly glass, and other American, European, and Asian art. The Open Art Studio is available for all visitors to experiment, create, and connect with art.

Hours
Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm;
Sunday, 12:00 pm-5:00 pm

The Center for Wooden Boats

Description
The Center for Wooden Boats offers an active, engaging Seattle experience that can't be found anywhere else. The coffee pot is always full and the classic boats ready for you to explore at this welcoming museum dedicated to Seattle's small craft maritime heritage. Head down to South Lake Union Park where, for no charge, you can explore their collection of more than 100 wooden boats. Watch master craftsmen steam-bend an oak frame, cast an oarlock, and carve a traditional Haida Canoe. Visit one-of-a-kind vessels at the Historic Ships Wharf. Rent a rowboat or see the visual richness of the city from a unique perspective-with your hands on the oars of a graceful pulling boat.

Hours
Boat House Museum: Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm;
Boat Rental: Winter: Weekends and holidays, 12:00 pm-dusk;
Summer: Daily, 12:00 pm-dusk

The Museum of Flight

Description
Experience the story of flight from the dawn of aviation to The Space Age. Hear dramatic stories of exceptional bravery as told through a collection of 28 WWI and WWII fighter aircrafts in the Personal Courage Wing. In the steel and glass Great Gallery, the history of aviation soars past with dozens of full-size aircraft flying in formation six stories above. Sit in the cockpit of a real SR-71 Blackbird or F/A-18 Hornet. Board America's first presidential jet, Air Force One. Climb aboard the supersonic Concorde. Step back 95 years in the magnificently restored Red Barn, birthplace of The Boeing Company. From kid's workshops to fly-ins to interaction with the people who make aviation history, The Museum of Flight has something for everyone.

Hours
Daily, 10:00 am-5:00 pm

Washington State History Museum

Description
Local families and tourists alike love the activities at the Washington State History Museum. Discover the stories that connect past to present-experience life in a Salish plank house, listen in on Lewis and Clark, learn about the region's unique people and places and their impact on the country and the world. Interactive exhibits and displays, theatrical storytelling, and dramatic artifacts are fun for all ages. Connect with the spirit and soul of Washington in the football field-size permanent exhibit, discover interactive learning in the History Lab, feel like a kid again in the state's largest permanent model railroad, and gain a new perspective on local events in one of the many special changing exhibits.

Hours
Monday (seasonally), Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm;
Thursday, 10:00 am-8:00 pm;
Sunday, 12:00 pm-5:00 pm

Wing Luke Asian Museum

Description
A Smithsonian Institution affiliate, the Wing Luke Asian Museum is dedicated to engaging the public in exploring issues related to the culture, art and history of Asian Pacific Americans. The Wing Luke Asian Museum located in Seattle's Chinatown-International District offers community-based special exhibitions, art galleries, public programming, historic immersion and neighborhood tours, and other fun and educational programs for all ages.

Hours
Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm;
First Thursday and third Saturday of the month: 10:00 am-8:00pm

Woodinville Wine Tasting Tour

Description
Spend a Saturday in Woodinville, WA discovering distinctive Washington wines--enjoy exceptional wine tastings and professional pouring staff at a relaxed, easy pace. Sample offerings from larger well-known establishments like Chateau Ste. Michelle and Columbia Winery, as well as from smaller, boutique wineries such as the awarding-winning Matthews Estate and Efeste. Mid-sized wineries include Brian Carter Cellars, which offers hand-crafted European-style blended wines, and DiStefano Winery, which focuses on producing both high quality whites and reds. Family-owned Patterson Cellars rounds out the group with its artisan red and white blends. So, look forward to an upscale tasting experience with Shuttle Express!

Hours
Tours: Saturday, 10:45 am-4:45 pm;
Reservations Center: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Woodland Park Zoo

Description
For more than 100 years, Woodland Park Zoo has been a cherished community resource and a unique urban oasis. Generations of Puget Sound families have come to the zoo to marvel at the animals and be inspired by the peaceful and beautiful surroundings. Woodland Park Zoo encompasses 92 acres featuring more than 1,090 individual animals representing nearly 300 species. The grounds are divided into bioclimatic zones, the unique habitats around the world, from tropical rain forests to the frigid climes of the Far North. Come visit the many national award-winning exhibits including Trail of Vines, the Northern Trail, the African Savanna, and our newest addition to the zoo opening May 2, Humboldt Penguins!

Hours
May 1, 2009-September 30, 2009: 9:30 am-6:00 pm;
October 1, 2009-April 30, 2010: 9:30 am-4:00 pm

Just show your card to take advantage all of these great Included Extras

  • Alki Kayak Tours - 20% savings on 2-hour Kayak Rental with the Go Seattle Card
  • Anacortes Kayak Tours - 25% savings on adult rate tours with the Go Seattle Card.
  • Deception Pass Tours - 15% savings on gift items with the Go Seattle Card
  • Deception Pass Tours - 15% savings on gift items with the Go Seattle Card
  • Gilman Town Hall Museum and Issaquah Depot - 25% savings in Museum Shop with the Go Seattle Card
  • Hard Rock Cafe - Complimentary Hard Rock Souvenir (with purchase of $25 or more)
  • Harmon Brewery and Restaurant - Buy two entrees receive a free dessert or appetizer
  • Island Adventures Whale Watching - 50% savings on a whale watch with the Go Seattle Card; 20% savings on Gift Items in the Gift Shop; Free 64 page Wildlife Viewing Guide for each guest
  • Lakewood Gardens Store - Free blue poppyseed postcard and souvenir magnet
  • Made In Washington Stores - Complimentary smoked salmon chowder when you spend $30 or more at Made In Washington Stores with the Go Seattle Card
  • Marlene's Market Deli - Buy one smoothie, get the second free
  • Mexico Cantina y Veracruz Cooking - 20% savings on entrees with the Go Seattle Card.
  • Pacific Place - Complimentary Special Offers Brochure and a $10 Pacific Place Gift Card with $50 in same-day receipts with the Go Seattle Card.
  • Paddy Coynes Irish Pub - FREE Dessert with the purchase of two or more entrees
  • Pike Place Market and Heritage Walking Tour - $2 savings with the Go Seattle Card
  • Puget Sound Sailing Excursions - 20% savings on 2-3 hour sailing excursions with the Go Seattle Card
  • Recycled Cycles Bike Rental - 5% savings on purchases of new or used bicycle and 10% savings on parts, clothing, and helmets with the Go Seattle Card
  • Recycled Cycles Shop - 5% savings on purchases of new or used bicycle AND 10% savings on parts, clothing, and helmets with the Go Seattle Card
  • Royal Argosy Dining Cruises - 20% savings on Royal Argosy Dining Cruises with the Go Seattle Card.
  • Salty's Seafood Grills - Get a free slice of Salty's legendary White Chocolate Mousse Cake with purchase of entree
  • Seattle Premium Outlets - Complimintary VIP Coupon Book with the Go Seattle Card.
  • Show Me Seattle Tours: City Tour - 50% savings on a three hour city tour with the Go Seattle Card ($22 value)
  • Shuttle Express - $12 savings on roundtrip transportation between SeaTac Airport and core downtown Seattle with the Go Seattle Card.
  • Stinas Cellars - Complimentary wine tasting and 20% savings on any wine purchase
  • Tacoma Art Museum Store - 10% savings on store purchases with the Go Seattle Card
  • Tacoma Womens Fitness & Day Spa - 20% savings with the Go Seattle Card (Maximum savings of $25.00)
  • The Museum of Flight Store - 10% savings on any Museum of Flight Store purchase with the Go Seattle Card
  • Tillicum Village Gift Shop - Buy one ice cream cone, get one free
  • Tillicum Village Salmon Bake Cruise and Show - 50% savings on admission with the Go Seattle Card (a $35 value!)
  • Varisty Grill - Buy 1 entree at regular price receive a 2nd entree of equal or lesser value for free
  • Ye Olde Curiosity Shop - 20% savings on any one item with the Go Seattle Card

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