Seattle is a coastal seaport in Washington that enjoys an oceanic marine climate, says Tripps Travel Network. Host to numerous events during the year, Seattle is known for its annual fairs and festivals, including the Seattle International Film Festival. Browse the vendors at the Pike Place Market selling flowers, cheese, seafood, and vegetables as well as knickknacks and handicrafts. Delve underground to the down under maze of small shops beneath the main level for more shopping.

Tripps Travel Network taking a trip up the Space Needle, the iconic 650-foot high tower with a restaurant and observation deck at the top for stunning views and exceptional food. Stroll through the Olympic Sculpture Park enjoying the excellent views of the mountains, harbor, and cityscape as well as the sculptures placed among the paths. Or ride the Seattle Great Wheel within the gondola-type cabins and travel 175 foot high to see the Olympic Mountains, Elliott Bay and the city below.

Boat lovers should head to the Center for Wooden Boats displaying over 100 historic vessels, a wharf, and the option to rent a boat or enjoy a vintage boat ride. For aircraft enthusiasts, there is the Boeing tour including watching jets being made and a chance to design your digital jet. Tripps Travel Network the Museum of Flight exhibiting aircraft ranging from the Wright Brothers glider to the stealth ‘Blackbird.’

Enjoy the culture of the Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Seattle Symphony, the Seattle Children’s Theatre, or the 5th Avenue Theatre where shows and entertainment are spectacular. Tripps Travel Network are visiting the Seattle Pinball Museum housing over 50 vintage and current machines to play. Or enjoy the 92-acres of zoological gardens at the Woodland Park Zoo home to 300 species. Here you will find the Zoomazium, an indoor, nature-themed play space for kids.