Seattle

Seattle, known as the Emerald City, is unique in everyway.

Seattle sports a compact and vibrant downtown area, which is perfect for exploring on foot. When you arrive at SeaTac airport, hop aboard the Sound Transit (Seattle’s light rail) and enjoy the 37-minute ride into Westlake Center, which is only a few blocks from the beautiful boutique hotel, Inn at the Market.

Teatro ZinZanni is too much fun to miss. Life is good with a combination of great food and superb entertainment.

On Saturday, begin the day with a crumpet treat at The Crumpet Shop. You’ll go back for more, we promise. Your morning is filled with Pike Place Fish Market, the Seattle Art Museum and lunch at the incredible Steelhead Diner. With that wonderful full feeling, take the Underground Tour, sample some cheese at Beecher’s and wine at The Tasting Room. For the evening fare, you won’t find a better spot than Elliott’s Oyster House. The evening is young and your table waits at Tula’s Jazz Club. Finish the evening with a dazzling view of Seattle from atop the Space Needle.On Sunday take a relaxing breath with a ferry ride to Bainbridge Island, lunch at the Harbor Public House. Once back on shore, stop off at Ye Olde Curiosity Shop to pick up souvenirs for yourself and friends back home.

Head home with that short ride to SeaTac on the Sound Transit. We hope you’ll return soon for more Seattle fun! Our walking guides include fun places to visit and what to do in Seattle

Friday: Arrival between 3-5:00 pm

Time Venue
3-5:30pm Inn at the Market
6:00-10pm

Teatro ZinZanni

(206) 802-0015

Inn at the Market


Indulge yourself at this boutique hotel located at the tip of Pike Place Market. Relax on the rooftop deck with a glass of wine as you watch the ferries cross Elliott Bay and the sun set behind the Olympic Mountains. You have found the perfect place to savor downtown Seattle.Visit website

Teatro ZinZanni


Your evening at Teatro ZinZanni is the perfect world...great food and non-stop entertainment. Think Fellini. Think opera and spectacle, flying men and floating women. This is a "not to miss" evening you will talk about for years to come.Visit website

Saturday: Full day of activities

Time Venue
8:30-9 am The Crumpet Shop
9:00-9:30 am Pike Place Fish Market
10 -11:30 am Seattle Art Museum
Noon-1 pm Steelhead Diner
2:00-3:30 pm Underground Tour
4:00-5:30 pm Beecher's Handmade Cheese
6:00-7:30pm The Tasting Room
7:00-8:00 pm Elliot's Oyster House
8:00-9:30 pm Tula's Jazz Club
9:45-10:30 pm

Seattle Space Needle

(Closes at 10:30 pm)

The Crumpet Shop


These savory sweet bread snacks have the UK green with envy over the tasty creations like the Dolly Pardon and Nutella/ricotta cheese. The gourmet teas top off the yummy experience.Visit website

Pike Place Fish Market


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Seattle Art Museum


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Steelhead Diner


The Fab Placez team agreed that Steelhead Diner served some of the best food in Seattle. Chef Kevin Davis creates contemporary comfort food with a Northwest twist.Visit website

Underground Tour


After the Great Seattle Fire of 1889, Seattle was raised one story from the muck of the original street level. What became the "underground" was left untouched. The Underground Tour explores history frozen in time.Visit website

Beecher's Handmade Cheese


Watch the cheese making process from the retail shop area of Beecher's. Sample different varieties of this quality cheese product and don't forget to try some of the macaroni and cheese. It's nothing like you've ever tasted before.Visit website

The Tasting Room


Come to The Tasting Room, an unpretentious meeting place, to find one of the best collections of Washington State wines. The casual setting promotes spontaneous conversation, sampling of various wines, playing board games and, of course, petting the resident dog.Visit website

Elliot's Oyster House


Elliott's is famous for its signature crab service and offers one of the largest selections of fresh oysters in the world. For unbeatable seafood, join us at Elliott's on Pier 56.Visit website

Tula's Jazz Club


Tula's is the hot spot for Seattle jazz. You'll find music seven nights a week with top jazz artists. Reservations, (206) 443-4221, are a wise idea since the cozy venue can fill up quickly, especially on the weekend.Visit website

Seattle Space Needle


The Space Needle is a symbol of Seattle. It was built for the 1962 World's Fair. It features an observation deck and a gift shop with the rotating SkyCity restaurant. The views are spectacular and the experience is romantic, especially in the evening. The Needle closes at 10:30.Visit website

Sunday: Morning activities only/assuming plane leaves in afternoon

Time Venue
8:00-9:00am Pike Place Bakery
9:35 am-1:10 pm Take the ferry to Bainbridge Island/Lunch at The Harbor Public House
After Bainbridge

Ye Olde Curiosity Shop

Late Checkout Check out of Hotel

Pike Place Bakery


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Take the fery to Bainbridge Island/Lunch at The Harbor Public House


If the weather is clear, sit on the patio and soak in the view of the harbor. Harbor Public House specializes in mussels and frites, fish and chips, coho salmon sandwich, massive chowder and of course some fish tacos. The hamburgers might be without rivals.Visit website

Ye Olde Curiosity Shop


Pamper the child within at Ye Olde Curiosity Shop. You will find something for everyone on your list. Mummies to shrunken heads to t-shirts to trinkets are on display. Enjoy!Visit website

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