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Getting Here

Flying In

If you're flying into town, SEATAC is the primary airport for Seattle.  From SEATAC, you can easily uber to the city in about 45 minutes or rent a car.  Most hotels downtown offer parking.  Ubering around Seattle is fast and convenient if you would prefer to not rent a car.  

Welcome Cruise on Elliott Bay

Summer Views Cruise - Argosy Cruises

Pier 54

1001 Alaskan Wy Suite 200

Seattle, WA 98104

Do not purchase tickets.  A block of tickets has been purchased, please RSVP by July 17.  Cocktails and snacks available for purchase.

Cast-off is at 6:30PM, please arrive at Pier 54 no later than 6:00PM.

Ceremony & Reception

The ceremony & receptions will take place at Bottlehouse in Madrona.  Street parking is generally available.

Once You're There

Once You're Here

A few of our favorite places in Seattle for you to explore while you're here. 


Golden Gardens Park

Just outside of the Ballard neighborhood on the Puget Sound, this beautiful park offers sprawling sandy beaches with extraordinary views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.


Seattle Art Museum

Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, one block from Pike Place Market, this inspiring museum invites you to learn, discover, and seek beauty every day. Wander three floors of art, including installations drawn from the museum's global collection, a dynamic array of contemporary art, and rotating exhibitions from around the world.


The Royal Gardens

The Arboretum is a welcome oasis on the shores of Lake Washington. Jointly managed by the University of Washington Botanic Gardens and the City of Seattle, its 230 acres contain a dynamic assortment of plants, some found nowhere else in the Northwest.

Where to Stay

Downtown Seattle has many wonderful hotels within a short drive of Madrona.  There is a block of rooms reserved at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel under Fiori/Smith.

Where to Stay

Opened in 1924 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Fairmont Olympic Hotel features breathtaking architecture, innovative culinary experiences, and unparalleled service.  Boasting an ideal location, this luxury hotel is near Pike Place Market and Seattle landmarks like the Seattle Art Museum and the Great Wheel on the waterfront.


The Thompson Hotel

With a sleek glass façade offering dramatic views of Puget Sound, Thompson Seattle embodies the beauty of the Emerald City in the heart of downtown. A short walk gets you to Pike Place Market or opt for an off-the-beaten-path gem like the prohibition-style bar Zig Zag Café. This boutique hotel’s 152 luxury rooms and suites ensure you live like a local in modern style.


The State Hotel

Built in 1904, this landmark building and its iconic location have been reinvented as The State Hotel. Step out your door and feel the vibrant energy of Pike Place Market and Seattle's waterfront. Discover insider spots matched to your preferences and kick back in this contemporary and proudly local Seattle hotel.

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