Option 1: Space Needle and Chihuly Garden and Glass

Ride the monorail to the Seattle Center and explore the iconic Space Needle, erected for the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. You’ll also receive a pass to Chihuly Garden and Glass, a stunning museum at the foot of the Space Needle, with great works by the world-famous glass artist. The tour will be self-guided and there will be plenty of time to explore.

Option 2: The Museum of Flight at Boeing Field

Explore the past, present, and future of aviation at the Museum of Flight, just south of downtown Seattle. The museum displays dozens of historic aircraft, including planes from both World Wars. You can also climb on board Air Force One and a Concorde supersonic airliner, sit in a real cockpit, and even try out a flight simulator. The Museum of Flight is one of the finest aviation museums in the world.

Option 3: Service Opportunity: The Cathedral Kitchen

Help prepare and serve a meal for homeless men and women at the Cathedral Kitchen. The Kitchen was founded by the Catholic Worker community in 1975 and continues to draw its inspiration from Dorothy Day. Volunteers prepare and serve a meal to about 150 guests every weeknight. Participation in this service opportunity is limited—first come, first to serve!

…or enjoy some time exploring the city on your own. Plenty of options will be provided for a fun afternoon in Seattle.

The newly-renovated Space Needle and Chihuly Garden and Glass

Museum of Flight at Boeing Field

The Cathedral Kitchen serves 150-180 people in need every weeknight in Cathedral Hall