If you are attending the 2023 ACMS Meeting, check out these local attractions to soak up the best of Seattle between sessions.
The 55th Annual American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS) Meeting kicks off in Seattle, Washington May 4-7, 2023. The Emerald City is bursting with local flare and captivating sightseeing. Here are a few iconic places to explore between ACMS sessions.
See why the 605-foot-tall Space Needle is a city staple. Take a 43-second elevator ride to the observation level where you can see Elliott Bay, the Cascade Mountains, and even Mount Rainer.
Find the iconic market sign, Rachel the Piggy Bank, the gum wall, and the original Starbucks café at Pike Place Market. The booming block also features more than 225 local artisan booths, famous fish-tossing, and live music. You can also catch breathtaking views of Elliott Bay.
Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room
Seattle is the coffee giant’s hometown, and this is a special Starbucks experience on Capitol Hill. The Starbucks Reserve Roastery is a wonderland for coffee lovers with exclusive drinks, opportunities to learn about various brewing methods, a coffee library, and more. The roastery is located just 9 blocks from the original Pike Place location.
If you are a thrill seeker craving unique city views, take a seaplane flight! Everyone on the Kenmore Air’s Seattle Scenic Tour gets a window seat to this narrated 20-minute ride of a lifetime. Soar over one of the most beautiful regions of the west with an exciting water takeoff and gentle landing on Lake Union—right in the heart of the city.
Calling all history buffs! Explore Seattle’s original downtown full of classic Romanesque Revival style architecture, underground tours that take you beneath the streets, and ecclectic shops and restaurants.
Explore this diverse neighborhood known for an outstanding food scene and the ultimate Asian Pacific American experience. The district is also home to the Seattle Pinball Museum and the Uwajimaya supermarket.
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