Emerald City Trolley

Helping you view the many attractions of Emerald City.

Planning Your Tour

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Booking Tickets

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Trolley Will Connect You To Downtown Attractions

Go all around the city and check out downtown attractions as these places are always worth the visit.


The Space Needle

The different features of this attraction from Seattle is something that is bound to hit at a very different level.

Chihuly Garden & Glass

Take a dive into Chihuly Garden & Glass as the art museum has a lot to offer, and you have a lot to explore.

Seattle Corner

Explore all that lies at the Seattle corner and move forward to get a taste of adventure and classic moments.


Meet Our Team

Enthusiasts who are always ready to solve your problems and satisfy your needs and requirements.

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What We Offer


Guest Transportation

Move along the lines of guest transportation and get used to an experience that highlights the best service in town.

Valet Services

Understand more about the classic service of valet and look into the same as we offer a diverse take on it.

Specialized Tour Packages

Come forward and look at the many packages we have to offer since they are made for your comfort.


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Happy Customers

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Herbert M Jelks

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Downtown Seattle Hop On Hop Off Troller Tour

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Five Favorite Seattle Restrooms: Intriguing Public Toilets in the Pacific Northwest

People notice restrooms, especially those that are more than just porcelain parlors, the ones with the elegant designs, the peculiar décor, the entertaining ambience. These are the restrooms that stand out. And Seattle’s got plenty of them – places worth visiting if for no other reason than to peek inside. Here are five that rank among the favorites.

Coastal Kitchen

The Coastal Kitchen restrooms are notorious not so much for their colors, décor, or even the plumbing, but because of their soundtracks – continuous loops of quirky English phrases translated into the language that matches the current menu. With French food come French phrases. With Spanish specials comes Spanish speech. When diners excuse themselves from the table, they’re embarking on more than a trip to the local loo. They’re heading toward a place of knowledge, a place where they might learn how to report Elvis sightings in Portuguese or ask where to spit olive pits in Greek. Restrooms with such exotic flair make any meal an international sensation.

Hi Spot Café

Hi Spot Café’s upstairs restroom stands out above most others, not only because it’s on the second floor, but also because it’s got a bathtub. A full-size claw-footed soaker. And the best part is, it hasn’t been turned into a planter or ice holder or even an extra sink – it’s just a bathtub.   Grandma would have loved this restroom. Just like her upstairs bathroom at home. Not surprising since Hi Spot is a big ol’ house turned restaurant. The dining area is divided into smaller spaces that mark the original rooms, including the front hallway. And of course, at the top of the open staircase is Grandma’s bathroom.

In the Bowl

Two doors down from Apocalypse Tattoo and right next to Holy Smoke tobacco shop, In the Bowl Vegetarian Bistro boasts a restroom that’s a journey into a plastic jungle, complete with the sounds of a bubbling brook and tweeting birds. And amid the stems and leaves are the objets d’art that carry through on the faux foliage theme as they hang hopelessly over the limp landscape. The best parts are the back-lit pictures of flowing water. The artwork’s watery inside layer loops behind a semi-transparent outside layer painted in pastoral splendor. It’s magic – just like those old Hamm’s beer signs that claim a direct ascendency to the land of sky blue water. This must have been how van Gogh saw the world after too many shots of absinthe.

Tamarind Tree

If a toilet flushes in a Tamarind Tree restroom and no one hears it, does it make a sound? Indeed, the facilities here are the Zen of all restrooms, each one like a pebble garden, a bubbling brook, a walking meditation. The elegant minimalism is reflected in the clean lines of the sinks – not awkward bowls of rust-stained porcelain, but angled planes that drop softly into the muted counters, where faucets run like silver fountains and soft lighting fills the room like the warm golden glow of the evening sun. There’s a baptismal quality about the place, as though a visit here is an essential rite of passage.

Columbia Tower Club

Ask Seattleites which public restrooms are worth checking out, and they’ll inevitably mention the one in the Columbia Tower Club – an interesting choice given that the club is private and not open to the public and that the restroom everyone refers to – both men and women alike – is the women’s facility. How so many people have become acquainted with a women’s restroom in a private club is the stuff of urban legend, but it must have something to do with the view from the 75th floor of the Columbia Tower. As women erupt out of their stalls, they’re greeted by glistening white counters and golden faucets that peer out into the abyss – Lake Washington and the Cascade Mountains, to be more precise – all just a rinse away.

Seattle Attractions: 15 Top Things To Do in The Emerald City

Seattle Attractions

Here is a list of the top 15 things you can do while in Seattle.

The Space Needle

The most distinct landmark in Seattle is, without a doubt, the Space Needle. It has been a fixture in the city’s skyline ever since its construction in 1962 for that year’s edition of the World’s Fair. Standing at the height of 520 feet, you can enjoy 360-degree panoramic views of the entire city of Seattle. On a clear day, you can see Lake Union and Mt. Rainier in the backdrop of the mountains. With renovations made to the Space Needle over the years, the building, which was already one of the top-visited spots in the city, got way cooler with additions like the Loupe – the world’s first rotating glass floor, a construction that made both the walls and ceilings glass and the new ‘Skyrisers’, which are essentially slanting glass benches that give people unreal views of the city.

The Space Needle is open all from 8 AM to 12 midnight every day, with 11.15 being the last entry time into the place. It charges adults prices ranging from 32.50 dollars to 37.50 dollars and charges children a price ranging from 24.50 dollars to 28.50 dollars.

Space Needle

The Seattle Center

The Space Needle may be the biggest attraction in the city, but it is only a part of the enormous Seattle Center. The Seattle Center is a hub of art, education and entertainment and has so many things going on at the place that you can easily spend a full day at the centre and not see and do everything. One of the top attractions of the Seattle Center other than the Space Needle is the International Fountain. The water jets in the fountain are synchronised to the music being played at different times of the day and is a great show for people of all ages. It is also home to the ‘Artists at Play’, a playground for children having climbing towers, carousels, labyrinths and much more: all for free.

Food Tour

For people who are food enthusiasts, Seattle might be the perfect tourist destination ever. There are different food tours organised by different restaurants, and it is undoubtedly the most fun way to see the Emerald City. The tour includes a guide who might educate you on the culture and history of the market, enjoy samples from all the amazing foods in order and visit some small businesses. Another great option would be the Pike Place Market Chef Guided Food Tour with Beer and Wine, which includes rare wines and microbrews, and tasty bites at each stop.