Local Attractions

The Seattle Boat Show’s different venues are just a short walk away from some of the city’s most famous landmarks! Expand your Seattle Boat Show itinerary to include a downtown tour with this list of local attractions.

Seattle Great Wheel

Take a ride on the iconic Seattle Great Wheel on Pier 57 and see the city of Seattle like never before. Each gondola can fit 8 people and provide an amazing ride that lights up the sky at night.

Wing Luke Museum

The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is a history museum located in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District, dedicated to engaging the public to explore issues related to the culture, art and history of Asian Pacific Americans.

Seattle Pinball Museum

The Seattle Pinball Museum was born from a desire to share the games with other local collectors. The concept was to provide vintage pinball machines as an interactive display of kinetic art.

Uwajimaya

Uwajimaya is an Asian specialty supermarket providing the widest variety of Asian groceries and gifts and freshest meat, seafood and produce.

Seattle Art Museum

SAM has been the center for world-class visual arts in the Pacific Northwest since 1933. Visit SAM to see a museum carved into the city, as much a part of Seattle’s landscape and personality as the coffee, rain, mountains, Pike Place Market, and the Space Needle. Our three distinct locations celebrate the region’s position as…

Museum of History and Industry

The Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) imagines exhibits and programs as evolving experiences with an emphasis on local stories and digital components.

Seattle Central Library

Designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, the Central Library sports a contemporary look and feel that is innovative in both form and function.

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is Seattle’s oldest and most treasured farmers market.

Space Needle

The Space Needle is an observation tower in Seattle, Washington, a landmark of the Pacific Northwest, and an icon of Seattle. It was built in the Seattle Center for the 1962 World’s Fair, which drew over 2.3 million visitors, when nearly 20,000 people a day used its elevators.