We’ve built a list of travel-related organizations to help you plan your trip and your stay here in Seattle.
AAA of Washington
330 6th Avenue North, Seattle
This is the place for AAA members to get traveler’s checks, maps and emergency road service. Non-members can use AAA’s travel agency.
British Columbia Tourist Information
800-HELLO BC (435-5622)
Call or get online for information on tourist attractions and lodging in British Columbia, Canada, just a few hours drive north of Seattle.
National Patient Travel HELPLINE
This helpline lists more than 40 air-transportation options for patients throughout the nation, including commercial airline programs and nonprofit organizations, such as Airlifeline, Angel Flight and the Corporate Angel Network.
Washington State Convention and Trade Center
8th Avenue and Pike Street
You can pick up information about sightseeing tours, local attractions, Northwest travel and events.
SCCA Volunteer Services Transportation Program
Volunteer drivers provide transportation to and from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Boeing Field for SCCA patients and their primary caregivers who come from outside of western Washington. Click here for more information.