Seattle made its mark in the cruise industry decades ago as the prime embarkation port for voyages to Alaska. But the Emerald City should not be regarded as merely a place to meet your ship.
In fact, if you don’t make sure to spend some quality time in Seattle before your Alaska cruise, you are definitely missing out.
The neighborhoods right by the cruise terminals are filled with things to do. So, you can book a hotel near your ship, spend a day exploring and then hop onboard for your journey to Alaska. Note: Bell Street Cruise Terminal at Pier 66 is right by most of these attractions, and Smith Cove Cruise Terminal at Pier 91 is located between two and three miles away. (So, a cab, bus or car-share ride might be necessary if you’re not up for the longer walk.)
Here are the seven best things to do right near the cruise port in Seattle.
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