Cruises from Seattle

There’s no shortage of iconic attractions in Seattle, among them the waterfront, the Space Needle, Pike Place Market and Chihuly Garden and Glass. "Local" and "sustainable" are words to live by in Seattle, an ethos reflected in the profusion of fresh-seafood restaurants, independent coffee roasters and quirky boutiques that dot the city, awaiting a taste or visit between bouts of sightseeing. Read on to plan your cruise, and discover places in Seattle to visit before or after your voyage.

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Holland America Line Flight Ease® offers specially negotiated low prices, a convenient and worry-free way to book air travel, late-arrival protection, and the freedom to change your flights with no change fees.

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Find exceptional City Stays & Pre/Post Overland Packages, which offer a seamless experience ashore to add to your cruise.

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Life should be celebrated! What better way than with a Holland America Line cruise? Let us create the perfect event while you relax and have the time of your life.

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Things To Do In Seattle

Museum of Pop Culture

This sheet-metal fever dream of architect Frank Gehry is like a rock ’n’ roll Guggenheim, home to interactive and innovative exhibits that span music, sci-fi and fantasy, animation, video games and other scrambled bits of pop culture. A hands-on studio lets kids and grownups mess with real instruments and studio hardware.

Space Needle

Seattle's most iconic structure was built in 1962 for the World's Fair and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012. The tower is 184 meters tall, with the Observation Deck at 160 meters and reachable in only 41 seconds via the high-speed elevator. The views are as mind-blowing as you’d expect, and just below is the rotating SkyCity Restaurant, if you’re looking for a meal with a side of panorama.

Pike Place Market

Founded in 1907, the market thrives today as a place for both locals and visitors to shop for the freshest salmon and crab, browse locally made crafts, pick up colorful bouquets of paper-wrapped flowers and enjoy steaming bowls of chowder while admiring the view of Elliott Bay. The original Starbucks is here, too, opened in 1971.

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