Want To See More Than Seattle?

Are you coming to Seattle? You are in for an amazing adventure! You’re going to find a city that invites you to take in everything from sailing to shopping; mountain climbing to jazz concerts plus wonderful side trips to the whole State of Washington. That’s why I’ve created this site for you.

Hi. My name is Nancy. As a producer of travel videos about Washington, I have been to all corners of the Evergreen State with camera crews to record the key attractions: from the shores of Puget Sound to Cascade Mountain peaks, from the Yakima wine country to the San Juan Islands and cities like Spokane, Tacoma and Walla Walla.

We’ve got lots of suggestions of fun places to visit for a quick day trip or longer getaways. Ready to get going?

Seattle Tourism
Are you planning a Seattle visit? There are lots of things to do and places to go so I’ve listed my 10 favorites
Mt. Rainier
The mountain you will most often see from Seattle is Mt. Rainier.
Cascade Loop
I’d like to suggest doing the Cascade Loop. This National Scenic Highway will let you see the best parts of Washington State.
Olympic Peninsula
Looking west from Seattle, across Elliott Bay, you'll see a vast mountain range -- Washington State's Olympic Peninsula.
Leavenworth, Washington
Are you ready for an authentic Bavarian Village up in the Cascade Mountains! It's Leavenworth
Look for the vampire and Bella at "Twilight"
San Juan Islands
It’s wonderful to cruise through the beautiful San Juan Islands.
Whale Watching
Experience the thrill of seeing magnificent Orca whales in the spectacular San Juan Islands!
Seattle to Alaska Cruise
Come to Seattle to board your Alaska Cruise
City of Destiny
I think a trip to Victoria B.C. takes you a world away.
Vancouver B.C.
You'll feel the energy of Canada's west coast city with a trip to Vancouver.
Family Attractions
Explore one of Seattle's many nearby attractions.
Nearby Resorts
I always enjoy staying at nearby resorts. These are some favorites.
Here are some ways to get to your favorite destination
Wine Country
Did you know that Washington State is the second largest wine producer in the nation?
Head east on I-90 thru the Cascades to discover Spokane
Northwest Art
Where to go to see collections of Northwest Native American art and culture.
Check out these highly recommended golf courses near Seattle.
Boating capital of America? We like to think so.
Take a winter side trip to ski Cascade Mountain slopes
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