The CityPass® concept is simple: A booklet – thinner than an iPod and sized to fit in a pocket – contains admission to Seattle’s most-visited attractions and landmarks at a 50% savings. Inside the booklet are actual tickets with attraction information, transportation directions, best times to visit, a map, and enticing details from the pages of National Geographic Traveler, the most widely read magazine for inquisitive travelers. With a CityPass, you will not have to wait in queues at most attractions.
Seattle CityPass is the finest way to see The Emerald City, so named because it is surrounded by the waters of Elliott Bay, Puget Sound, and hills covered in tall fir trees. The largest city in the Pacific Northwest corner of the U.S., Seattle is famous for Boeing, Microsoft, Starbucks, coffee cafes, island ferries, farm-to-table cuisine, and a devoted outdoor lifestyle. Seattle CityPass is valid for nine leisurely days from day of first use. One admission to each of the following attractions is included:
The 2008 CityPass includes:
- Seattle Aquarium
- Argosy Cruises - Seattle Harbor Tour
- Pacific Science Center
- Woodland Park Zoo
The Museum of Flight
Experience Music Project | Science Fiction Museum
Ticket booklets also include discounts to a Pike Place culinary tour (begin with donuts and cheese, meet the fish purveyors,
and finish at Wines of Washington), all attraction gift shops and an invitation from See’s Candies.
Adults, $44 (a savings of $38), Youth 4-12, $29 (a savings of $24).
Valid: 9 days;
See details on the official CityPass website --- you find the link on our page 'More Info: City Pass', see below.