Seattle Neighborhoods: Seattle Waterfront
Visitor Information

When planning to visit Seattle's infamous Waterfront with the waters of Puget Sound's Elliot Bay bordering its west side, explore this page to find all the visitor information you need to best plan your trip. Find different modes of transportation for getting around, info on the Port of Seattle, media resources and links under community websites that can guide you to local history, activities and points of interest. Be sure to stop by the chamber of commerce to pick up literature and maps.

Chamber of Commerce

Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. 1301 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1500, Seattle, WA 98101. Phone: 206-389-7200; Fax: 888-392-2795. E-mail

Community Websites

Visit Seattle Waterfront
Find information on what to do, food and beverage and where to stay plus useful links to Seattle visitor centers, maps, visitors guide and getting around the city.


Port of Seattle. 2711 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98121. Phone: 206-728-3000.

The Port of Seattle operates 2 cruise terminals, 3 recreational marinas, Fisherman's Terminal and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac). There are over 60 acres of parks and public access sites that include hiking and biking trails, picnic areas, fishing piers, boat launch, wildlife habitat preservations and numerous benches along the shoreline.


King County Water Taxi. 201 S. Jackson Street, KSC-TR-0816, Seattle, WA 98104. Phone: 206-684-1551; TTY: 711, Fax: 206-684-1968. E-mail

Washington State Ferries
Find current fares and schedules and other useful travel information.

*For other modes of transportation including public transit, see our Seattle Transportation page.

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