Ride Amtrak Cascades to Seattle and see King Tut for less! On display for the last time in North America, Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs exhibition is now open at Seattle's Pacific Science Center. The exhibition features more than 100 artifacts from King Tut's tomb and ancient sites, including a 10-foot statue of the renowned pharaoh.
Amtrak Cascades passengers are eligible for an exclusive offer—a discounted rate on tickets to the exhibit and 45% off the Official Exhibition Coffee Table Book!
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Whether you're planning a trip to Seattle, Portland, Vancouver, B.C., Eugene—or anywhere in between—we'll do the driving for you. Here are some other travel tips to consider: Kids ride 50% off and seniors save 15% every day aboard Amtrak Cascades. While traveling on weekends is great, you'll find even more seats available when you book midweek travel.
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A great big thank you to everyone who shared their insights while riding the train—you're helping us better understand what passengers want!
To gain an even broader perspective, we are also interviewing previous train passengers and people who have never ridden the train. Preliminary findings are showing that most people are unaware of how Amtrak Cascades is funded.
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Due to construction at King Street Station and other construction projects in the vicinity, passengers departing from Seattle should plan on delays in accessing the station. Passengers should arrive at the station even earlier than the recommended 30 minutes before your train is scheduled to depart.
Be advised that parking in the area is severely limited.
Thanks to a new partnership in the works between Washington and Oregon, a plan is being developed for managing service between Eugene, Oregon, and Vancouver, B.C., as one continuous rail corridor rather than two separate state operations. This means improved passenger-rail planning and performance for riders and economies in both states. Read more »
Upgrades coming to the bistro and lounge cars.
Our bistro and lounge cars are getting a facelift. The plan calls for new carpet, flooring, wall treatments, upholstery and paint—all in the popular Northwest character we're known for. The first of 11 Amtrak Cascades bistro and lounge cars have been stripped in preparation for the upgrades. Take a look »