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We were visiting Pier 57 and decided to give this experience a try. Wow! It was fantastic. Would like to go back again at some point because we were kind of scared this time and didn't know what to expect. You are strapped in to...More
We were treated to this adventure as a surprise from my sister and her hubby - I didn't even know about it. We had a delightful time viewing the short "pre-show" before going into the actual ride.
Washington holds SO much beauty and wonder that...More
A wonderful ride, but left one feeling a bit empty, since being from Washington it didn't highlight the Columbia river, the Roosevelt Elk (instead had trail bikers churning up the environment and destroying nature) nor did it highlight the Grand Coulee Dam. All pride points...More
This is one of the most fun things we have done when visiting Seattle! The experience doesn’t last very long but while it does it is fantastic! Washington is our favorite state for its beauty and abundance of outside activities. We loved being able to...More
Our 11 and 8 year old kids begged and pleaded for 1/2 a day until we caved in reluctantly to purchase tickets to this show. At approx $70 for two adults and 2 kids, your wallet will be left to bleed out while you enjoy...More
I came to WA to visit some friends and we decided to do the ride, after my visit and this attraction, I've decided to move here lol it's so worth the money. Waaaay better than the aquarium or ferris wheel
This is a virtual ride and it's very short, maybe 7- 9 minutes long. The cost we paid was $14 per adult. However, even my husband said it was worth the money. You view Washington State from an Eagles view. It was amazing. They have...More
This was a fun "ride" over Washington. We went in the morning so didn't have a long line. We started with a hokey ranger video in a room with benches and talking totem pole animals. Then we moved into the theater for the main event....More