Thanks to an influx in treehouse rental options in Washington, tourists and locals alike can take in the sights of the state via a more unique point of view. Here are some of the most charming treehouses to rent on your next Pacific Northwest excursion.
See & Do
The best to see and do in Washington.
Seattle has set some pretty high standards when it comes to beer. So, it should come as no surprise that the city is ridden with unique breweries and taprooms that provide an authentic taste of the Pacific Northwest. Here are some of Seattle’s best breweries to visit.
Seattle Rep is back this December with in-person performances, live theater experiences and hybrid films. The season will run from December 2021 to June 2022 at the newly remodeled Bagley Wright Theater and the Leo K. Theater.
htings Film Festival, presented by Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum, is back for its 24th year with a lineup showcasing productions from as far north as British Columbia and as far east as Montana. The festival will take place from Sept. 16 to Sept. 26, both virtually and in person.
Everyone could use a little more flower power in their day so, throughout August, overnight guests at Downtown Seattle hotels will receive a complimentary bouquet of Pike Place Market’s flowers via Visit Seattle’s new “Seattle in Bloom” promotion.
Celebrating its 75th anniversary, Bellevue Arts Museum Arts Fair is back for the summer and has gone virtual to ensure the safety of its participants. The event will be held from July 21 through August 4.
Up above one the most beautiful backdrops in the Pacific Northwest sits SageCliffe Resort & Spa, overlooking the Columbia River Gorge. This breathtaking resort and spa in Quincy is just two hours east of Seattle.
After closing its doors in the early stages of the pandemic, Hyatt at Olive 8 has re-opened in Seattle and is welcoming guests back to the boutique hotel. The re-opening comes with the celebration of a new on-site bagel shop and a re-imagined raw bar.
Between local festivals and firework showcases, Washington will be bustling with a number of fun activities to ensure that this year’s Independence Day celebrations are unforgettable. Here are some of the best ways to celebrate the Fourth of July in Washington this year.
If the travel bug is nipping at you this summer, perhaps a just-far-enough vacation is in order. Pack your bags, and head to one of these five destinations–from Jackson Hole to Lake Tahoe–that are all less than a three-hour flight from Seattle.