Upcoming Events

Twelfth Night
10/21/2014 through 11/16/2014
Shakespeare's sparkling comedy turns desire on its ear when...(More)
King Crimson
If there is one group that embodies progressive rock,...(More)
Spectacle: The Music Video
Now through 1/5/2015
Don't miss the first museum exhibition to celebrate the...(More)
Now through 1/4/2015
This fall, the Frye Founding Collection is crowd-curated. Between August...(More)
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Do You Know Bruce Lee?
A new and unique exhibition on the personal life of Bruce Lee and his connection to Seattle launches at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience beginning October 1, 2014.
Marry Me In Seattle, A Celebration of Marriage Equality
Marry Me In Seattle, a campaign created by Visit Seattle to celebrate marriage equality launched on July 1.  The campaign has a simple message – If you can’t get married in your city, we’ll make sure you can get married in ours.
 Download Seattle’s Official Visitors’ Guide
A vibrant arts and culture scene, world-class wineries, celebrity chef restaurants, live music and an overabundance of lakes, mountains and shoreline to explore right in our backyard. Download the Official Visitors’ Guide to start planning your Seattle adventure.
Greek Lore, Public Art, and a Colossal 46-Foot Tall Head
Echo, a 46-foot tall sculpture created by renowned public space artist Jaume Plensa, has found its new home in Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park.


Things to Discover

Nine Great Day Trips Beyond Seattle
Get outside of Seattle to great attractions such as Mount Rainier, Bainbridge Island or Leavenworth
The Complete Guide to Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle is one of the city’s biggest draws, featuring fresh seafood, artisan chocolates, the first Starbucks and more.
The Museums of Seattle
Seattle’s immense museum collection covers art, music, science, kid-friendly attractions and more.
One Perfect Day to Enjoy Seattle
A one-day itinerary that hits many of Seattle’s top attractions, including Pike Place Market, the waterfront and Seattle Center.

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