Daval Productions. DVD. 30 Minutes. Seattle Destination Travel DVD. Whether planning a Washington State vacation, Seattle day trip or simply revisiting a spectacular holiday, this trip-planning guide offers the attractions that delight and entertain. There is so much to do in and around the 'Emerald City': historic tours, zoos, aquariums, wildlife parks, museums, sports tours, cruises, ferries, trains, planes, beaches, cultural events, kids' acitivites, shoping, outdoor recreation, restaurants, nightlife, sensational places to stay and captivating streets to tour. Come visit this unforgettable region. Attractions: Seattle Aquarium- award-winning exhibits, fun and exciting ways to see, touch and explore the underwater world of the northwest and beyond; Woodland Park Zoo-award-winning gorilla exhibit, classes, camps, animals and fun; Pacific Science Center- includes laser shows, IMAX theatre, workshops and planetarium; Museum of Flight- hands-on kids' workshops, fly-ins and interact with the people who made aviation history; The Space Needle- symbol of the 1962 World's Fair, observation decks and exciting culinary options available; Seattle Center- community festivals, sporting events, concerts, cultural programs, theater performances, conventions and trade shows; Pioneer Square- Seattle's first neighbourhood, entertainment epicenter of Seattle's nightlife, fine art galleries and independently-owned shops; Pike Place Market- craftspeople, farmers, street performers and musicians;watch the salmon being tossed; Seattle Art Museum-includes the Seattle Asian Art Museum; Tillicum Village- experience the Northwest Coast Native American culture on Blake Island State Park; Spirit of Washington Dinner Train/Columbia Winery Tour- travel from Renton, along the shores of Lake Washington, across the historic Wilburton trestle in real rail style; Bumbershoot Festival- THE music and arts festival; Seattle's Underground City Tour- main roadways and first-floor storefronts of old downtown Seattle, explore pioneer history; West Lake Center- four-story, glass enclosed pavilion with an eclectic mix of retail and food establishments; The University of Washington's Botanical Garden- gardens, woodlands and one of the West Coast's largest horticulture centers and libraries; Japanese Garden- formal garden designed in 1960 includes poetry evenings, concerts and tea demonstrations; Museum of History and Industry- collects, preserves and presents the rich history of the Pacific Northwest and has an appreciation for its diverse cultural, social and economic history. Snoqualmie Falls- gorgeous falls with plenty of history and hiking; Northwest Trek Wildlife Park- take the signature tram tour to see the animals in their free-roaming habitat.