You don't have to leave your home to explore Seattle and beyond! If you're curious to see a live feed at some of the top tourist attractions and other sites in the Greater Seattle area, then check out the views from a few of these Seattle live cams.
What Are The Top 23 Most Interesting Live Cams Around Seattle?
- The Space Needle
- Des Moines Marina
- Webcams around SeaTac
- King5 Webcams
- Boeing Field
- Downtown Seattle Cams
- Mt. Rainier west
- Mt. Rainier east
- Mount St. Helens
- Washington State Ferry cams
- WSDOT Freeway Traffic Cams map
- Snoqualmie Pass Traffic Cam
- Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program Cameras
- Pike Place Market Webcam
- Port of Seattle Terminal Gate Webcams
- West Seattle Webcam
- Queen Anne Tower Webcam
- Mt. St. Helen's Volcanocam
- Crystal Mountain Ski Resort Webcam
- University of Washington Webcam
- Capitol Hill Seattle Live Cams
- Seattle Cherry Blossoms @ University of Washington
- Anthony's Restaurant in Des Moines - Marina Live Cam
We hope you'll consider a trip to Seattle Southside to experience the best of what this unique area has to offer. While you enjoy the view from your favorite Seattle live cam, think about getting out and doing something! Stay safe, and stay inspired!
Every degree of the O Deck’s 360-degree view commands your attention. Snow-capped Mt. Rainier to the south and the Cascade Mountains to the east, the majestic Olympics to the west. You just can’t hide from this view. Float planes land below you on sparkling Lake Union. Ferries, cruise lines and cargo ships cross Elliott Bay.
The City of Des Moines Marina is a full service marina on the majestic Puget Sound.
A view looking South towards the Seattle Great Wheel at Pier 57 on Elliott Bay in Seattle, Washington.
There are two views from the King County International Airport/Boeing Field webcam showing the airport from both directions.
Live streaming views of the Seattle, Washington, skyline, the iconic Space Needle, Mount Rainier and the city’s downtown area.
Providing near real-time images of Mount St. Helens. The near real-time images of Mount St. Helens are taken from the Johnston Ridge Observatory using two "Volcano-Cam" high-definition web cameras. Granted, Mt. St. Helen's is 110 miles from Seattle Southside, but we included it anyhow. Why? Hello!?! It's a real volcano! That's why. Many of the more than 500,000 people who visit Mt. St. Helen's each year choose one of the many top-rated Hotels in Seattle Southside as a hub for venturing out from.
Washington State Ferries operates the largest ferry system in the United States. Twenty-one ferries cross Puget Sound and its inland waterways, carrying nearly 24 million passengers annually to 20 different ports of call.
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has dozens of webcams keeping an eye on busy thoroughfares throughout the state.
The Pass at Snoqualmie is one of the state's most popular winter sports destinations for skiing, snowboarding, and more. In the winter it's always best to check the road conditions before you spontaneously decide to head for the mountains. 4-wheel drive or snow chains are required at times.
History in the making. The construction project is completed and the webcams will be retired in the near future, so take a look while you can!
Tune in at the right time of day and you might be entertained by getting to see a salmon flying through the air. We've never seen the fish mongers drop one, have you?
Watch containers loaded and unloaded between cargo ships from around the world onto intermodal transport at the docks.
Sneak a peek of the view of Downtown Seattle's skyline from Salty's on Alki Beach in West Seattle.
Here is a view of the Puget Sound Waterfront from Queen Anne Tower.
Crystal Mountain is only 2 hours away from Seattle in the heart of the Cascade Mountains with beautiful views of Mt. Rainier all year long.
Take a look at this peek-a-boo view of the Puget Sound from a webcam facing west on a roof at University of Washington.
Click on over to this this page with nine different Seattle webcam views of traffic in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.
Spring is in the air at University of Washington's Quad when the pink and white cherry blossoms start blooming in March and April. Don't miss it!
Catch a glimpse of the natural beauty of Des Moines. Watch the boats, the gulls, the sunset, who knows? Maybe you'll see a whale.
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