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Check out Seattle’s local markets, museums and music

If the Radisson were any closer to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), it would be on a plane. Not only is our hotel just across the street from the airport, but it’s also less than a mile from downtown’s rail station, making it easy to explore the area’s best attractions. Are you a fan of flight? Visit The Museum of Flight and learn all about it. Those who don’t naturally glide toward the world of aviation can get lost in the Museum of Pop Culture, which is packed with various genres of entertainment ranging from music to TV.

For a taste of the local scene, visit Pike Place Market, where you can find fresh produce, or explore the Museum of Glass, which showcases one of Seattle’s favorite pastimes. Later, take a stroll along the Seattle Waterfront and bask in the beauty of this coastal city.

Check out these things to see and do in Seattle:

  • The Museum of Flight (6 miles)
    This museum offers interactive exhibits like the Tower at Boeing Hill and special events that feature industry experts. Be sure to also see a 3D movie in the theater and pick up a souvenir at the museum store.
    Phone: +1 (206) 764-5700
  • Safeco Field / CenturyLink Field (12 miles)
    Baseball fans can see the Mariners play at Safeco Field, or cheer on the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Get your tickets to a game!
    Phone: +1 (206) 346-4000 / +1 (206) 381-7555
  • Pike Place Market (14 miles)
    Support local businesses when you fill your basket with ripe-from-the-farm produce as well as fresh fish, meat and dairy. More than 200 local businesses make up this year-round market.
    Phone: +1 (206) 682-7453
  • Museum of Pop Culture (15 miles)
    Affectionately called MoPOP, this museum gained momentum with a focus on rock ‘n’ roll. Now its exhibits showcase everything from wearable art to the legacy of Star Trek.
    Phone: +1 (206) 770-2700
  • Space Needle (15 miles)
    For the best view of the city, head 500 feet up the Space Needle to the observation deck. After you’ve sufficiently soaked up the 360-degree view, stop by the famous revolving restaurant just 20 feet below.
    Phone: +1 (206) 905-2100
  • Seattle Waterfront (16 miles)
    Take a cruise, order fresh seafood at a sophisticated restaurant, attend a special event or browse the charming shops along this nautical destination.
    Phone: +1 (206) 623-0340
  • Woodland Park Zoo (18 miles)
    After you finish feeding the penguins or walking through the exotic bird experience, you can ride a hand-carved wooden horse on the historic carousel.
    Phone: +1 (206) 548-2500
  • Tacoma Dome (19 miles)
    From longtime stars to new performers, the musicians at the Tacoma Dome always put on a memorable show.
    Phone: +1 (253) 272-3663
  • Museum of Glass (20 miles)
    Learn all about the skill of glassmaking when you see a demonstration and meet the artists at the museum’s Hot Shop. Afterward, be sure to check out the remarkable 500-foot Chihuly Bridge of Glass.
    Phone: +1 (253) 284-4750
  • White River Amphitheatre (23 miles)
    Enjoy an outdoor concert along with 20,000 other music fans at this popular venue. 
    Phone: +1 (360) 825-6200