Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum, Seattle

The Chihuly Glass Museum is like stepping into Wonderland. A sensory feast for your eyes, the colours, scale and curation of Dale Chihuly's masterpieces amaze. Incredible enough in daylight, if you are staying at the Seattle Center after dark you can also see the garden pieces lit up against the night sky.

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The Space Needle, Seattle

You can easily spend the better part of a day at the Seattle Centre, accessed via the Westlake Center Monorail, it holds several of Seattle's attractions and is the gateway to a few more. Built for the 1962 World's Fair, the Space Needle is a marvel of the city skyline. Legend has it that the famous shape was first conceived by architect John Graham on a napkin. To get the full effect of the view, it's a great idea to get the City Pass and use the day/night ticket - although this does have to be used on the same day.

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