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Seattle is a seaport city located in the state of Washington on the West Coast of the United States. It is the biggest city in the state and the Pacific Northwest region. Being close to the sea, Seattle is a major port for ships, particularly cruise ships. One of the most popular ports in the city is the Smith Cove Cruise Terminal - Pier 91, found at the north end of Elliott Bay and just a few minutes away from the city center.
Pier 91 is the cruise terminal for numerous cruise ships such as Carnival, Princess Cruises, Holland America, Celebrity Cruises, and Royal Caribbean. The pier serves as the entry point to Seattle for locals and tourists coming from a cruise, whether they are returning from their trip or are stopping over. The great thing about Pier 91 is that it is very close to the city’s retail core and to other attractions in Seattle. Regardless if you’re here for a few hours, a day or longer, you’ll surely find something to do in the Emerald City. The best part? Bounce has locations near Pier 91 and all over Seattle, where you can leave your luggage temporarily while you explore the city.
Famous for coffee, museums, and seafood, Seattle is one of the country’s most exciting cities. No matter where you go, you will find beautiful spots and lovely attractions worth checking out. For those arriving at Pier 91 after a cruise, there’s no shortage of things to do once you get to Seattle. If you’re having a hard time figuring out where to start, here’s a list of where to go in and around Pier 91, as recommended by Bounce.
Go to Smith Cove Park, just west of Pier 91, where you can walk or run along a .7-mile path.
Visit the Seattle Aquarium, located by the waterfront at Pier 59, which features different marine mammals and fish that are native to the Pacific Northwest. It is one of the city’s most popular attractions, drawing over a million guests annually.
Go to Ballard Locks, a National Historic Site where you can the water rise and lower to produce a “boat elevator.” You will also find an on-site fish ladder and botanical garden here.
Check out the iconic Pioneer Square, the first neighborhood in Seattle, and visit the different coffee shops, stores, and restaurants in the area.
See any of Seattle’s sports teams in action: go to Safeco Field, where you can watch the Mariners play baseball or check out the CenturyLink Field next door to catch a Seahawks game.
Get a different perspective of the city by riding the Seattle Great Wheel, a Ferris wheel located at the end of Pier 57.
For the quintessential Pacific Northwest experience, go onboard any of the 22 vessels of Washington State Ferries and sail to nearby places such as Bremerton or Bainbridge Island.
Visit Smith Tower, the first skyscraper in Seattle erected in 1914, and ride the ancient manually-operated elevator up to the observatory, where you will get an incredible view of the city.
Admire the beautiful architecture of Seattle Central Library and take a self-guided tour inside.
Union Pacific Railroad
Pier 91 serves as the entryway for guests coming from a cruise. Whether you’re stopping over for a few hours or spending a day or two in the city, you want to make sure that your stay in Seattle is as worry-free as possible. To end your luggage woes, secure your items at a Bounce location near Pier 91 or around Seattle.
Space Needle: A trip to Seattle, no matter how quick, will not be complete without seeing the Space Needle, located in Broad Street. Built in 1962, the 605-foot-tall tower, which has quickly become a symbol for Seattle, has an observation deck where you can have the best views of the city. For a hassle-free experience, store your big luggage at a Bounce location nearby.
Pike Place Market: The oldest operational market in the country, dating back to over a hundred years, Pike Place Market is one of Seattle’s most notable attractions – drawing over 10 million visitors every year. Located in Pike Street, just overlooking the waterfront, Pike Place is filled with farmer stands, crafts stores, specialty food vendors, and more. With the market’s enormous size, it's best to store your bag at a Bounce partner in the area for a more comfortable experience.
Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP): Situated on 5th Avenue within the grounds of Seattle Center, MoPOP is a one-of-a-kind museum. It incorporates pop culture, music, and science fiction through exhibits. Large bags are prohibited inside the galleries, so drop your bag off at a Bounce location near 5th Avenue.
Woodland Park Zoo: Found in Seattle’s Phinney Ridge neighborhood is the award-winning Woodland Park Zoo. It serves as home to both native Pacific Northwest wildlife as well as exotic animals from various parts of the world. Guests with large backpacks or bags will not be allowed to enter the zoo. As an alternative, you may go to a Bounce location in Phinney Ridge and store your items there.
Chihuly Garden and Glass: Found along Harrison St, Chihuly Garden and Glass has on display some of the most amazing blown glass installations by artist Dale Chihuly. Since most works on display are fragile, guests cannot carry large bags around. Instead, stow your bags at a Bounce partner near the museum.
Starbucks Reserve Roastery: Seattle is well-known for its coffee and is the origin of world-renowned coffee company Starbucks. Thus, it only makes sense that the most impressive Starbucks branch is in the city. Found along Pike Street, the Starbucks Reserve Roastery has a roasting area, a coffee cocktail bar, and numerous other features. To spend as much time as you wish in the Roastery, drop your bag off at a Bounce location near Pike Street.
Kubota Garden: In the heart of South Seattle’s Rainier Beach neighborhood stands Kubota Garden, a 20-acre Japanese garden developed by master landscaper Fujitaro Kubota. The garden took nearly 50 years to complete and is now part of the city’s public park system. To make your time at the garden more enjoyable, find a Bounce partner around Rainier Beach and drop off your items there.
Gum Wall: Located just a few steps from Pike Place Market is one, if not the quirkiest attraction in all of Seattle - the Gum Wall. The site is exactly what its name describes – a colorful wall filled with chewed gum where visitors can leave their “mark.” Store your bag or backpack at a Bounce location nearby to make the most out of your visit to the Gum Wall and other attractions in the area.
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The price for luggage storage near Pier 91 is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Pier 91.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Pier 91 area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Pier 91 and in the broader Seattle area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Pier 91 are Windy City Pie, Palisade, and Roxy's Diner.
Check out the nearby Olympic Sculpture Park, Kerry Park, and Seattle Center.
You can find local tourist information at Kerry Park Sign and SAM Shop/Info. Additionally, guideposts can be accessed at Kerry Park Sign to make the most of your trip.
While nearby, you can check out MoPOP: Museum of Pop Culture and Chihuly Garden and Glass.