Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) celebrated a birthday on July 9, so this is a good week to feature SEA in our “5 Things We Love About…” series celebrating features and amenities at airports around the country and the world.
Keep in mind that some amenities may be temporarily unavailable due to health concerns. We’re confident they’ll be back.
If we miss something you love about Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), leave a note in the comments section.
And be sure to take a look at the other airports in the “5 Things We Love About…” series.
SEA: 5 Things We Love About Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
1. The Art at SEA
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport was the first airport in the country to have a public art program and it began purchasing art back in 1972.
SEA’s art collection includes valuable pieces by well-known 20th-century artists such as Frank Stella, Robert Rauschenberg and Louise Nevelson.
There are also treasured pieces in glass, sculpture, photography, painting and sound by Northwest and regional artists.
2. The Shops at SEA
If it’s Northwest souvenirs you’re after, leave time to shop at SEA.
In addition to Northwest wines, chocolates and music, for some reason one of the most popular souvenirs at SEA is (still) these Sleepless in Seattle nightshirts.
3. Dining at SEA
SEA has more than 40 post-security dining venues, so finding something that fits your taste won’t be a problem.
4. Live Music at SEA
SEA has a live music program that brings in top-notch performers to play everything from jazz and blues, classical, folk and acoustic pop in various parts of the airport throughout the day.
5. The special events at SEA
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport goes all out to celebrate holidays and special days.
Dancing snowmen and live reindeers show up around Christmas.
And the airport hosts celebrations for everything from the Luna Year to Dia de Los Muertos and North American Heritage Month.
Did we miss an amenity you love at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)? The mountain views, the CPR training machine or the fun kids’ play area? Let us know in the comments section below and feel free to suggest an airport you’d like to see featured in the “5 Things We Love About…” series.