Cruise From Seattle
Seattle is often characterized by its laid-back attitude and rainy climate, but this thriving metropolis also offers one-of-a-kind architecture, the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, and a unique urban sophistication.
Glimpse the future of aviation technology at the Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour. See the latest breakthroughs in in-flight entertainment and design your very own aircraft using high-tech aviation software. Travel a few short minutes to the Boeing factory where you’ll go behind the massive hanger doors to witness the inner workings of the world’s largest airplanes.
Thanks to the fish-abundant waters, Seattle offers fabulous seafood restaurants, ranging from fine dining to casual eating. There’s also a great selection of brew pubs, and of course, coffee shops. With lattes and cappuccinos on just about every street corner, Seattle’s easygoing attitude seems to be fueled by caffeine.
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Cruise Terminal Address:
Location: 9 Wall Street Seattle, WA
Enter at the corner of Alaskan Way and Wall Street.
25 Handicap Parking Stalls Available
The Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal anchors an 11-acre complex along Seattle’s downtown waterfront.
General parking is available for $21 per day (includes taxes). Customers will receive a $1 per day discount when booking online at Republic Parking Northwest.
Parking demand is quite high, so reserve early.
You may prepay for parking online. When you prepay, parking is guaranteed.
A trip to Seattle isn’t complete without visiting Pike Place Market. Here, you can browse the stalls of local merchants and artists, take in a street performance, or watch fishmongers play catch with the catch of the day.
Take in the view from the Space Needle, a 650-foot structure left over from the 1962 World’s Fair.
If you’re looking for an upscale shopping mall with character, head downtown to Westlake Park. To uncover an antique treasure, you’ll want to go to the Pioneer Square Antique Mall, where more than 60 dealers have their collections on sale. Or, for more traditional crafts and specialty stores, Pike Place Market is the place to be.
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