Seascapes meet mountainscapes meet cityscapes with Alaskan cruise from Seattle.
All paths lead from Seattle to new experiences onboard returning frontier favorite Ovation of the Seas®. Gaze at glaciers as you cruise along the Inside Passage and get up close to majestic mountains at Endicott Arm onboard one of the biggest, boldest ship to ever sail region.
Sail Alaska’s emerald fjords and glacier-dotted bays on seven-night adventures from Seattle on Quantum of the Seas ®. The biggest ship in the region offers glacier gazing from the unrivaled perspective of the North Star® — the tallest viewing deck on a cruise ship. Explore Juneau, Sitka, and plenty of spectacular shores in between.
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View of the Space Needle from below in Seattle, Washington
The Seattle Center was home of the 1962 World's Fair, which portrayed a mid-century view of the Land of Tomorrow. Since the fair, this 74-acre park has remained a cultural hub within the city. Get a good look at Seattle with a 360-degree view from the observation deck of the Space Needle, or check out the Museum of Pop Culture, which has exhibits on popular music as well as science fiction and fantasy in film and television.
The Needle City Views , Seattle, Washington
The Seattle Center complex encompasses an assortment of impressive attractions. View colorful masterpieces by glassblower Dale Chihuly at the Chihuly Garden and Glass museum. Explore the Pacific Science Center or the Museum of Pop Culture. Then take in sweeping city views from the top of the 605-foot-tall Space Needle.
The Seattle Underground tour takes you under the city to the Gold Rush-era streets of Seattle, before the city was rebuilt on top of itself. Then, head to Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park in Pioneer Square, where you can get even more info on the Gold Rush and how it shaped the city.
Seafood is king in Seattle. Geoduck clams, Penn Cove mussels and Dungeness crab are some of the most sought-after local specialties. At Pike Place, pick up curried beef bao, a Chinese-style dumpling best eaten by hand. For a snack or breakfast, head to Coyle's Bakeshop and pick up a cretzel, a pretzel-croissant combo that's all the rage among locals.
Shopping in Seattle means a visit to Pike Place Market — first opened in 1907, the historic marketplace is the go-to spot not only for fresh produce but also for artisan crafts ranging from handmade jewelry to ceramics and beauty products. During your Seattle cruise vacation, head to Ballard Avenue NW for hip boutiques, and shop for big brands downtown.