Seattle Wheel

1301 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA, United States

206-623-8607

Hours change based on the season - see website for details.

Enjoy wonderful views of the Seattle waterfront while on the Seattle Wheel, the beautiful ferris wheel that has now become a part of the iconic downtown Seattle skyline. Admire it from afar (great for photos at night) and then take a ride.

Prices range from $9 (youth), $11 (seniors) to $13 for adults. Located on Pier 57.

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