If you don't have a car (like me), getting to Wallace Falls from Seattle is still pretty easy.
Firstly in Seattle you take the 510 Sound Transit to Everett (the cost is $3.50 for an Adult, one way - bus drivers don't give change). This trip will take about 20 minutes.
Then at Everettt you take the 270 Community Transit bus to Gold Bar (cost is $1.75 for an Adult) and the trip takes 1hr 10 mins.
Get off at the first stop on 1st Ave in Gold Bar. Walk a few blocks north until you get to May Creek Road and turn right. Follow this road over Wallace River and all the way to the end (there are signs pointing to Wallace Falls along the way, follow the road that says 'Dead End' and you're on the right track).
It should take about 30 mins to walk and after about 2/3 of the way there you will be without a footpath and will have to walk on the grass.
beautiful and fun perfect for first time hikers or just trying to take a quick hike, with some beautiful sites along the way. but always remember even for a short hike take a sweatshirt, water and a small amout of food just in case
The parking lot has a pay for parking kiosk that asks you to drop 5$ in an envelope and put it in the box aside it. The other half must be placed in your car window. From their it's all on foot. The first action is at the lower falls 1.8 miles from the parking lot. The middle falls viewpoint is at 2.1 miles from the praking lot and the upper falls at 2.75 miles. The hike is fairly difficult and steep. The scenery on the way is excellent though. Several bridges and lots of switchbacks.