Seattle & the Pacific Northwest


  • Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau

    Information including Seattle visitor guide, lodging guide, events calendar, etc. GO

  • Not for Tourists

    A travel guide filled with some of the lesser known things to do and see in Seattle GO

  • Free Things to Do

    National Geographic’s list of the free gems in Seattle GO

  • Seattle for Free

    A blog about going to free events in Seattle by UW student Emily Beyer GO


    Official city government Web site GO

  • GayCities

    A Seattle travel guide for the LGBT community GO

  • Pike Place Market

    Directory of merchants and services including maps, hours, and directions GO

  • Wikitravel

    A wiki covering everything Seattle, from local newspapers to public transit, sports, parks, tours, and much more. GO

  • Fodor’s

    Seattle travel advice from Fodor’s, one of the world’s largest publishers of travel and tourism information. GO

  • Trip Advisor

    Check out the list of top traveler-recommended attractions in Seattle GO

Pacific Northwest

  • Experience Washington

    The official website for Washington State Tourism GO

  • Go Northwest

    A travel guide for more than 1,000 cities and towns in the states of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, and the province of British Columbia, Canada. GO

  • Seattle Area Attractions

    Puget Sound's greatest attractions, all in one place. Brought to you by the Puget Sound Attractions Council, a non-profit organization of major tourist attractions and tourist-related businesses. GO

  • Washington State Ferries

    Plan a trip using the most extensive ferry system in the United States GO

  • Hello, BC

    The official BC Canada travel website GO

  • Travel Tacoma

    The Tacoma Regional Convention + Visitor Bureau [TRCVB] is the official destination marketing organization for Pierce County, Washington. GO

  • Travel Oregon

    The official Oregon travel guide GO

  • Pacific Northwest Trail Association

    The 1200 mile Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail (PNNST), running from the Continental Divide to the Pacific Ocean, ranks among the most scenic trails in the world. GO