Seattle’s The Museum of Flight has an excellent section dedicated to space, to the conquest of the moon, and a section dedicated to the world wars.
Orlando’s Discovery Cove is a replica of a tropical atoll, where you can swim among the fish and as if you were surrounded by real coral reefs, swim with dolphins, or simply enjoy the clear water.
Here are the available modes of transport from Seattle To Orlando.
Seattle To Orlando By Train
Take the Amtrak (Line Empire Builder) from Seattle bound to Chicago. From Chicago take the Amtrak (Line Capitol Limited) bound to Washington DC. From here take the Amtrak (Line Silver Meteor) that is bound to Orlando. The total travel time is three days at a cost of US$455. For details, check: http://tickets.amtrak.com/itd/amtrak
Seattle To Orlando By Bus
The distance between Seattle to Orlando is 4998 km. First, take the Greyhound Bus (Line 1274) bound from Seattle to Missoula. Next, take the Jefferson Lines (Line 938) from Missoula to Minneapolis. Then, take the Greyhound bus (Line 4906, 4952) bound to Chicago. Take the Megabus from Chicago to Atlanta. The total travel time is three days for US$623. For details, check: http://www.greyhound.com/
If you choose to drive; the travel duration is two days.
Seattle To Orlando By Plane
Take a local commercial flight (Delta Air, United, Southwest, and American Airlines) from Seattle to Orlando. The travel time is six hours at a cost of US$240.