Washington Seattle Tourism
posted by prestonbj on Aug-06-2013
This was a special weekend with my 10 year old daughter. We used our City Pass to visit the Space Needle, Boeing IMAX theater, Pacific Science Center and Woodland Park Zoo and the Seattle Aquarium. We truly had an enjoyable experience! The weather was sunny and almost too hot (94 degrees). Doing this trip again with my other kids will be most excellent with the help of City Pass!
posted by BrandiJohnson on Aug-06-2013
We purchased the matching city Seattle and loved it. It was so much cheaper, no lines, awesome attractions and easy to use!
posted by cruisingalaska on Aug-06-2013
My wife and I purchased the City Pass for us to explore Seattle prior to our cruise. We were impressed with how easy it was for us to use. Every attraction we went to was great and we had no issues with using the CityPass. It was very useful Avoiding the lines at the Space Needle. It was a great way to see Seattle in the short amount of time we had to spend there. Most of the attractions are within walking distance of eachother. I would buy a city pass again.
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posted by AbegailVentura on Aug-06-2013
The Seattle City Pass is a great way to experience the city (especially if you are a thrifty traveler). $ 74 for six of the most popular attractions? That's a steal! My dude and I were viable to visit all six within a week. My favorite thing the Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour. Great way to see the city from the water. So a plus When the weather is sweet! :)
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posted by Victor Gonzalez on Aug-06-2013
Very suitable and affordable for families. I indeed save money by getting this right. It is indeed a great opportunity to promote tourism. Highly recommended
posted by lacey_rg on Aug-05-2013
For my boyfriends birthday, I bought us for Seattle City Pass, Washington. We ran around and did all the attractions days in Figure 2. Since we are college kids on a budget, we were viable to afford the Space Needle, and other attractions did we had not been to in years! I will definitely purchase one again. What a great way to have fun and save money!
Saved us a lot of money
posted by AnitaMedlarKem on Aug-04-2013
My husband and I purchased our city passes and found thatthey were such a great deal. Seattle is an expensive city to visit so it was nice to save money with the city pass.
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posted by Cristian Pinzaru on Aug-04-2013
We had a great time in Seattle for10 days.We bought the City Pass online to view some of the city attractions and beside did we saved some money, we saved time, Especially When We went to SpaceNeedle.I would definitely recommend it.
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