Where To Go and What To See
So, you’re finally taking a majestic Alaskan cruise from Seattle? Great choice! It’ll be an experience of a lifetime. How do you make that experience even better, you ask? Easy, take some time and stay in Seattle Southside before and after your cruise to ease into your travels.
Seattle's Cruise Terminal Locations
Pier 91 and Terminal 66
Both cruise terminals are located on Seattle’s waterfront, about 20–25 minutes north of Seattle Southside.
Smith Cove Cruise Terminal/Pier 91
2201 W. Garfield St., Seattle
Located on the north end of Seattle’s waterfront, Smith Cove is home to Carnival, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, and Royal Caribbean International.
Bell Street Pier/Pier 66
9 Wall St., Seattle
Located on the south end of downtown Seattle’s waterfront, this 11-acre complex is home to the Norwegian and Oceania cruise lines.
Learn more about the stories that make this region unique.
Seattle Southside Scenes explores the art, culture, and history of the Seattle Southside region. As one of the most unique areas in the Pacific Northwest, Seattle Southside is filled with public art, historic landmarks, and a diverse populous with rich, cultural heritage. Seattle Southside Scenes uncovers and documents fascinating stories behind iconic landmarks, hidden gems, and the people behind them.
See Snoqualmie Falls
Come see for yourself why this breathtaking 270-ft high cascading waterfall is visited by over 1.5 million each year.
Visit Mount Rainier
This majestic 14,410-ft. dormant volcano is the icon of Washington and is surrounded by meadows, lakes, and rainforests.
Discover Des Moines Beach Park
Enjoy this beautiful coastal park on the blue waters of Puget Sound with stunning views of the snow-capped Olympic mountains.
Tour The Museum of Flight
This amazing nationally renowned educational air and space museum preserves over 160 planes and spacecraft.