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Seattle King Street Station and Seattle Ferry - Pier 69 are the most searched stations in Seattle by KAYAK users.
Amtrak is the only train company serving Seattle.
Bellingham to Seattle - 2h 26m
Vancouver to Seattle - 4h 25m
Vancouver to Seattle - 3h 07m
Everett to Seattle - 1h 20m
There are a few different ways that you can travel from King Street Station to downtown Seattle. One of the quickest options is to drive, which will normally take you around 5min in total. You can also choose to walk, a trip that will take approximately 15 to 20min. Public transportation typically cannot be used to travel between these two locations.
If you would like to go on a day trip from Seattle, consider heading to Tacoma, Washington, a city that is directly on the banks of Puget Sound and is popular for its many interesting art museums. You can also visit Portland, Oregon, which is famous for its many bicycle paths, parks, and coffeehouses. Vancouver, British Columbia is another fun place to visit, with its scenic mountains and thriving music industry.
Many of the trains to Seattle are operated by Amtrak, which usually has free and unlimited Wi-Fi for passengers. You can connect to Wi-Fi on most portable electronic devices, like tablets, laptops, and smartphones. Once you connect to the network, simply go to the Amtrak website to finish the connection process. Your seat will likely have its own outlet which can be used to keep all of your devices charged during your journey.
King Street Station has a few services to help those with limited mobility travel as smoothly as possible. All of the station's restrooms, platforms, waiting rooms, and ticket offices are accessible for individuals in wheelchairs. There is also a wheelchair lift to help travelers board their train. If you will need additional help, station employees are always there to assist you with anything you may need. Make sure to contact the station ahead of time so they will have an employee waiting for you.