Wing Luke Museum

Nestled in the vibrant Chinatown-International District, the Wing Luke Museum offers an immersive experience showcasing Asian Pacific American culture and history. Through interactive exhibits, historic artifacts and thoughtful programming, the museum provides insight into the community’s important role shaping Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Highlights include the experiential Home Course exhibit guiding guests through immigrated experiences, the beautiful Immigrant Journeys gallery sharing local stories, and rotating exhibits covering topical cultural issues. Don’t miss the preserved 1910 apartment above the museum depicting family life in the Chinatown district.

Address: 719 S King St, Seattle, WA 98104

Phone: (206) 623-5124

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

Seattle played a pivotal role during the Klondike Gold Rush era as prospectors passed through the city on the journey north. This fascinating National Park tells the story through exhibits and programming at visitor centers housed in historic Pioneer Square buildings. Highlights include the park film presented at the Seattle unit highlighting Seattle’s boomtown atmosphere during the rush, exhibits of photographs and artifacts at the Museum Unit, and ranger-guided walking tours of key sites like the Cadillac Hotel. Getting there via Party Bus Seattle allows your group to go straight to the site, avoiding the parking challenges of the busy downtown neighborhood.

Address:  319 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104

Phone:  (206) 553-3000

The Center for Wooden Boats

Situated on the picturesque south shore of Lake Union, the Center for Wooden Boats is a hidden gem for maritime enthusiasts. Visitors can explore the center’s collection of over 100 historic small wooden boats from Pacific Northwest builders. Watch resident boatbuilders restoring vessels in the workshop, attend workshops to hone your own boatbuilding skills, and take free sailboat rides during open hours. It’s easy for your group to visit the Center for Wooden Boats via Party Bus Seattle. We’ll drop you off right at the center’s doorstep, then will take care of parking while your group enjoys exploring the floating museum.

Address: 1010 Valley St, Seattle, WA 98109

Phone:  (206) 382-2628

Chihuly Garden and Glass

For a dose of stunning artistry, Chihuly Garden and Glass highlights the celebrated work of Washington local Dale Chihuly. The exhibit features a sculpture garden, Glasshouse hall, and Northwest Room showcasing Chihuly’s unmistakable bold, bright creations. The gallery’s location at Seattle Center means you can easily pair a visit to Chihuly with other attractions like the Space Needle.

Address:  305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109

Phone: (206) 753-4940

Museum of Pop Culture

Music lovers and pop culture fans can dive into exhibits highlighting iconic Seattle musicians like Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana alongside fascinating artifacts from history-making films, TV shows and more at MoPOP. Rotate through the Sound Lab to play instruments, design your own concert poster in the DIY music exhibit, or catch a special limited-run exhibit ranging from horror sci-fi to Star Trek popups. It’s all part of the experience at this one-of-a-kind museum near the Seattle Center.

Address: 325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

Phone: (206) 770-2700

Seattle Pinball Museum

Level up your group’s fun with a visit to the Seattle Pinball Museum! This hidden gem located in the historic Comstock building allows you to experience rows and rows of classic pinball machines without having to scrounge around in your pocket for quarters. Play games ranging from the 1970s to some from the last decade. With price of admission, you can play games to your heart’s content. Party Bus Seattle provides easy group transportation directly to the museum’s downtown location.

Address: 508 Maynard Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104

Phone: (206) 623-0759

The Fremont Troll

Seattle has no shortage of quirky public art installations, and the Fremont Troll is certainly one of the most iconic. Crafted by local artists, the two-ton, 18-foot tall cement troll crouches underneath the Aurora Bridge at the north end of the Fremont neighborhood. Vehicle access is tricky, making this a perfect offbeat photo op for your group to visit via Party Bus Seattle. We’ll take care of parking while your group gets their troll selfies.

Address: N 36th St under the Aurora Bridge, Seattle, WA 98103

Ballard Locks

The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (aka Ballard Locks) connect Salmon Bay and Lake Washington to Puget Sound allowing boat passage. Visitors can watch the locks operate via free tours during open hours, stroll through botanical gardens, and see migrating salmon climb fish ladders during spawning season. Nearby Golden Gardens Park beach also makes the locks area a great two-for-one destination for groups. Party Bus Seattle can deliver your crew directly to the doorstep of the Ballard Locks.

Address: 3015 NW 54th St, Seattle, WA 98107

Phone: (206) 783-7059

Theo Chocolate Factory

Satisfy your group’s sweet tooth with a tour of Theo Chocolate Factory in the Fremont neighborhood. Walk along the self-guided overhead view seeing chocolate production from bean to bar, then sample handcrafted creations in the retail shop. Different experiential tours like pairing chocolate with local craft beer or wine are also available. With Party Bus Seattle, your group will have door-to-door transportation to this sweet hidden gem.

Address: 3400 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

Phone: (206) 632-5100

Plan Your Trip With Party Bus Seattle

With so many amazing hidden attractions, visiting Seattle with a group can feel overwhelming. Leave the driving logistics to Party Bus Seattle so you can better enjoy the sights. Our charter bus rentals provide direct transportation to top hidden gems around the city. Contact us at 253-414-1606 to start planning your itinerary and reserve comfortable group transportation today!