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Explore Seattle

Whether you're a first-time visitor or count it among your favorite places in the world, Seattle is home to many fabulous finds and unexpected treats.

Below are some handy links to help you and your companions get the most out of the city. Enjoy!

Tourist Information

Kendra Little [Blog] [Twitter] has posted a great round-up of things to see and do in Seattle at "SQLPASS Seattle 101".

Visitor Center contact information

Visitor Resources

Seattle CityPass

Special Programs in November

Seattle Art Museum: "Picasso - Masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris"

Pacific Science Center: "Harry Potter - The Exhibition"

Walking Tours

Join the annual PASS Photowalk, organized by Pat Wright and Tim Ford, for a fantastic way to see the city with SQL Server friends. Bring your camera and plan for a great day on Monday, November 8th. Follow the #photowalk Twitter tag for details.

Savor Seattle Food Tours

Enjoy daily walking food and cultural tours of Pike Place Market and Seattle's tastest neighborhoods.

8521B Interlake Ave N Seattle, WA
Phone:888 98-SAVOR (72867)

Seattle By Foot    

Explore Seattle with these amazing walking tours: Seattle's Original Coffee Crawl, Funky Fremont, Pub Crawl and Scenic Emerald City.

Phone: 206 853-3545
Fax: 425 226-0440

Market Ghost Tour  

Ghost tours of the Pike Place Market with eccentric Seattle history mixed in.

1410 Post Alley Seattle, WA
Phone: 206 322-1218
Fax: 206 624-9102

Travel to Sketch  

Learn to Sketch Your Travels! Experience local cafes and architectural wonders while learning to sketch in and around Seattle. 1 to 15 persons.

615 Second Avenue, Suite 720 Seattle, WA
Phone: 206 353-1687
Fax: 206 686-2525

Other Attractions and Tours 

Go to Visit Seattle for information on a wide variety of attractions such as the Underground Tour, eco-minded Evergreen Escapes, rock climbing, wine tasting, harbor cruises, seaplane rides, the Museum of Flight, and much more. 




The Value of Networking

"You can't meet people at a webinar, at a virtual conference, or anywhere but in person. And while there are lots of free events, none of them bring together over 1,000 SQL Server professionals that share common interests. The PASS Summit does and it's a great conference to attend.

We have written before about the great learning opportunities at the Summit with great speakers and Microsoft developers. And those are great reasons to attend, but the chance to meet other professionals is equally important. You will get inspired, make friends, maybe even make contacts that can help you later in your career."

- Steve Jones,

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