On a perfect Seattle day, you could ride a ferryboat and spot whales in Puget Sound, see Mount Rainier and the Cascades from the top of the Space Needle, eat fresh sushi from the guys who throw fish at Pike Place Market, and learn something interesting during a tour of the Experience Music Project Museum. Or you could just sit and enjoy the best coffee of your life. Just sit. And enjoy.
Pike Place Market: For more than a hundred years, this nine-acre market district has been home to Washington’s farmers, fishmongers, specialty food purveyors, and artisans selling handcrafts. Taste Seattle’s best and freshest at Pike Place Market, and bring something home to share (or to brag about).
Experience Music Project Museum: You don’t have to tell Grandma that you learned about the importance of horror films or Seattle’s rock legends Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana. EMP is a museum dedicated to creativity in pop culture. But Grandma, it’s a museum.