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Things To Do on a Trip to Seattle
Seattle, also called the Emerald City, is a glittering gem in the Pacific Northwest. Hemmed in by the Cascade Mountains and expansive Puget Sound, Seattle has always been a home to innovative thinkers and creative entrepreneurs. Check out some of the best things to do in Seattle with our travel guide.
Budget Car Rental Seattle
The first thing to get in place when planning a trip to Seattle is reserving your rental car. Do you need an SUV to explore the hiking trails outside the city, or will a convertible fit the bill? No matter your budget, from a luxury sedan to a cheap car rental, Budget Rent a Car Seattle has what you need. Check out our offers page for more savings.
Ask anyone what they know about Seattle and there will likely be two answers: rain, and the Space Needle. The rain isn’t as prolific as it sounds, but the Space Needle is as spectacular as you might imagine. Ride an elevator to the Space Needle’s viewing platform for a 360-degree view of Seattle, the Cascade Mountains, and Puget Sound.
Dale Chihuly, born in nearby Tacoma, Washington, is an avant-garde glass master. Chihuly glass can be found all around the world, but the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit at the Seattle Center is a feast for all your senses. Be sure to plan enough time to enjoy the exuberance and beauty of this glass garden.
The Seattle Waterfront, located in downtown Seattle, is full of interesting attractions, great restaurants, and hip shopping. Take a ride on Seattle’s Great Wheel (a Ferris Wheel with climate-controlled cars), hop on a scenic boat tour, or visit the Seattle Aquarium. Everything is within reach from the Seattle Waterfront.
Art and Culture
Seattle has always been an innovative city, and that extends to its artisans and craftsmen. Whether you’re interested in art you can see, hear, or touch, you’ll find it all in Seattle.
The Seattle Art Museum has been showcasing artists from the Pacific Northwest and beyond since 1933. Located in downtown Seattle, the museum features permanent and rotating exhibits, as well as special events and programs. Be sure to check out the Native American and Australian Aboriginal exhibits. These exhibits are some of the most popular in the museum.
The Museum of Pop Culture, located next to the Space Needle, is a place you won’t soon forget. Dedicated to the “ideas and risk-taking that fuel contemporary popular culture,” MoPOP (as the museum is known) is an in-your-face, exciting, mix of sound, visual effects, and innovative exhibits. You know you’re somewhere great when even the building itself is a wonder to behold.
Since 1973 Seattle has invested in its public art exhibits through it’s “1% for Art” program. Visitors and locals alike can enjoy over 400 permanent pieces of public art throughout the city. Download the STQRY app on your phone to take a walking tour of some of the public art installations, and learn more about their design and the artists who created them.
Exploring the city is easy with a car rental in Seattle. For quality service and dependable rental cars, choose Budget Rent a Car. Visit our website for the best rates guarantee, and our Sea-Tac car rentals.