2024 3rd International Conference on 
  Earth Science, Energy Technology and Engineering Physics  
 April 27-28, 2024
 Seattle, USA

The detail conference venue information will be available about two weeks before the opening of the conference.

Attractions Overview of Seattle

Seattle is like its own planet in the Pacific Northwest. Its gravitational pull is hard to avoid as the biggest city in the region, enticing with a broad selection of outdoor and indoor attractions alongside a vibrant community. I find something new that adds to the sparkle of the Emerald City with every visit, especially in the summer, when the entire city shines after winter's frequent drizzles. Visitors may conjure the image of the Seattle Space Needle when envisioning a trip to Seattle. And this 605-foot spire is well worth the visit, especially the surrounding Seattle Center, home to other attractions like Chihuly Garden and Glass and Climate Pledge Arena. But peel Seattle back beyond these renowned tourist destinations, and the city has so much more to explore.

You'll never see everything in a single day or weekend. I once stayed for an entire month and felt pressed for time. That's because between seaside parks, underground tours, immersive museums, and iconic spots like Pike Place Market, things to do in Seattle span all hours of the day and throughout the year. Seattle is a high-tech hub in a spectacular setting, surrounded by snow-capped volcanoes, forested islands, and wave-lapped beaches. It’s also Washington State’s undisputed cultural capital, with a vibrant art scene and cosmopolitan dining that draw creative transplants from around the globe. Whether strolling Pike Place Market, sipping coffee at the Original Starbucks, gliding up the Space Needle, or taking a day trip to Mt. Rainier National Park, the best things to do in Seattle are yours to discover.

Venue Information

Whether you live in the Puget Sound or are visiting for the first time, let us be your guide to amazing adventures and one of a kind attractions. The greater Seattle area has everything from first-rate museums and concert halls to majestic mountains and outdoor water fun, and Seattle and Sound will get you there. We are locals living in the Seattle area, and these are the places we love to visit, the sights we love to see when the road beckons. Sometimes we want to spend the day outdoors, perhaps take a drive up to Deception Pass or Discovery Park; other times we may just want to get lost in the stacks at Elliott Bay Book Company on Capitol Hill, or spend a few hours at the aquarium. Whatever the case may be, we love where we live, and we appreciate the multitude of things the Puget Sound has to offer. From whale-watching in the San Juans to kayaking down the Sammamish River, from the bustling Seattle waterfront to the classical sounds of the Seattle Symphony – there’s a little something for everyone here in the Sound.