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Seattle is chock full of kid-approved attractions to dazzle your family. At the Seattle Aquarium located on Pier 59, get up close and personal with aquatic creatures like otters, sharks, and a giant Pacific octopus. Or head to Woodland Park Zoo to visit over 300 animal species, including snow leopards, grizzly bears and rare clouded leopards.

For hands-on learning experiences, visit the Pacific Science Center and get lost in the butterfly greenhouse, laser shows, and larger-than-life dinosaurs. You can also explore the Museum of Pop Culture, which features interactive music and sci-fi exhibits. Top it all off with a ride to the top of the Space Needle for jaw-dropping views of Seattle, Puget Sound, and the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges.

With a charter bus rental, your family can effortlessly hit all the highlights on your customized sightseeing itinerary. Plus, amenities like TVs, WiFi, and comfortable seats will keep kids entertained between stops!


No Seattle trip is complete without seeing the iconic Space Needle towering over the city. Take a ride up to the observation deck 520 feet high for mesmerizing 360-degree views of downtown. While you’re there, check out the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit for vibrant, larger-than-life glass installations by renowned artist Dale Chihuly.

New to Seattle? Take a ride on the Seattle Monorail from downtown to Seattle Center—it only takes two minutes! Seattle Center is home to the city’s most famous landmarks, including the Space Needle, Museum of Pop Culture, and Pacific Science Center. Spend an afternoon exploring the sprawling 74-acre campus and beautiful green spaces like the International Fountain.

Marvel at the impressive sight of Pike Place Market, which overlooks the glittering Elliott Bay waterfront. As one of the oldest continuously operated public markets in the country, Pike Place hums with vendors selling fresh seafood, artisanal cheeses, locally roasted coffee beans, and more. Don’t leave before witnessing the flying fish show at the original Starbucks store!

Wine & Beer Connoisseurs

Did you know Washington wines routinely rank among the world’s best? Oenophiles, rejoice! Many Seattle wineries and tasting rooms are just a quick charter bus ride away for a day of vino-sipping.

Head to Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville, the state’s oldest and most-acclaimed winery. Or sample wines in the Warehouse District from small-batch wineries like Elsom Cellars and Airfield Estates. Prefer craft brews instead? Check out breweries like Cloudburst Brewing in downtown and Peddler Brewing Company along the Ballard Beer Trail.

For locally made booze without leaving city limits, Seattle’s Pike Place Market has several urban wine shops and craft breweries. And across the street at Copperworks Distilling, you can enjoy vodka, gin and whiskey tastings with spectacular views of the Puget Sound.

Sports Fans

Home to the Seahawks, Mariners and Sounders FC, Seattle offers lots of pro sporting events for fans to cheer on their favorite local teams. Football lovers can catch Seahawks games at high-energy Lumen Field in downtown’s SoDo neighborhood. The stadium has top-notch amenities like concession stands serving local fare, the NFL’s first live 360° theatre, and interactive exhibits at the Pro Shop retail store.

For baseball, head to T-Mobile Park on the edge of SoDo to watch the Mariners take the field in an open-air ballpark with panoramic city skyline views. Soccer aficionados will want to visit Climate Pledge Arena in Uptown to see the Seattle Sounders FC play and take part in the boisterous pre-game March to the Match.

Avoid the traffic heading to these arenas by reserving a charter bus. We’ll get your sports fans directly to the arena doors!


One of America’s greatest food cities, Seattle offers an eclectic culinary scene spanning cuisine from around the globe. For first-rate seafood, head to Ballard and choose from restaurants like Ray’s Boathouse, Salmon Bay Café and The Walrus and the Carpenter.

In Capitol Hill, you’ll find cozy cafes, hip bistros, and the iconic Dick’s Drive-In for burgers and fries. Downtown has a bevy of foodie favorites like the Pink Door, an Italian restaurant with aerialist and cabaret entertainment, and Wild Ginger for fragrant satays in a converted historic building.

Don’t miss out on Pike Place Market! This sprawling food market has mom-and-pop shops dishing out takeout boxes brimming with steaming clam chowder, flaky piroshkis, and the freshest locally caught seafood.


Fifth Avenue in downtown Seattle glitters with upscale stores like Tiffany & Co., Hermes, and Burberry. For high-fashion finds, visit nearby Pacific Place mall with luxury retailers like Gucci, Louis Vuitton and kate spade NY tucked away inside its soaring atrium.

If big-name brands don’t spark joy, Seattle has lots of small businesses and indie boutiques waiting to be discovered. Ballard offers funky shops like Faerie’s Wheel with metaphysical gifts and stonework jewelry. Find vintage threads and handmade art down lively Pike/Pine Corridor in Capitol Hill. Stop for a coffee in Capitol Hill’s indie bookstores before getting lost in the stacks.

How to Get Around Seattle

Navigating Seattle is easy with so many transportation options. Here are some of the most popular ways to get around:

Light Rail

For a no-fuss public transit ride, hop aboard Seattle’s Link light rail system. It conveniently connects downtown Seattle, Capitol Hill, the University of Washington, and even Sea-Tac Airport. Buy tickets at vending machines before boarding or use your ORCA fare card. With trains departing every 6-15 minutes, it’s an affordable and efficient way to get around Seattle’s top destinations!

Taxis and Rideshares

Don’t want to drive in Seattle traffic? Call a Yellow Cab or hail a ride using apps like Uber or Lyft. Rideshares are usually readily available, but expect surcharges during rush hour, weekend nights, big events and inclement weather. Renting a charter bus for large groups can actually be more economical than multiple rideshares and taxis.

Charter Bus

For maximum convenience, book a charter bus through us! Our Seattle bus rentals take the guesswork out of group transportation in the Emerald City. Simply tell your charter bus driver the attractions on your Seattle bucket list, then sit back and relax while a pro handles the navigation and parking.

A private coach allows you to sightsee at your own pace without relying on public transportation schedules. Your group will enjoy VIP service and access to sensational attractions, delicious restaurants, buzzing nightlife spots, and picturesque outdoor settings – all accessible from the comfort of your charter bus.

Request luxury amenities like plush seats, WiFi, power outlets and TV monitors so passengers can work or chill between stops. An onboard restroom also means fewer pee breaks while you’re out exploring! Whatever your group’s needs, we will design a Seattle itinerary and supply a charter bus suited for the trip.

Ready to Get Started?

Let the adventure begin in the beautiful Pacific Northwest! We are Seattle’s #1 transportation provider for private group trips and events. Our simple booking process and lowest price guarantee make renting a Seattle charter bus easy and affordable.

To get a free quote for your upcoming trip, call 206-299-1511. Your dedicated reservations agent will craft a custom Seattle itinerary, recommend the ideal bus rental and provide a price breakdown for your review.

We look forward to helping your group make lifelong memories in Seattle! From cozy coffee shops to the great outdoors, unforgettable experiences await aboard your private sightseeing charter bus. Call us  today to start planning the perfect Pacific Northwest getaway!