Discover Seattle’s original neighborhood, Pioneer Square, on this guided walking tour. Explore the underground pathways that were built in the southwest corner of the Emerald City more than 120 years ago. Learn about Seattle’s history and the events that transformed this once-small Indigenous dwelling place into one of the most popular and thriving cities in the United States. Each small-group tour is unique, with insider tips from a professional, local guide.
Seattle is famous for its bustling waterfront, numerous green spaces, and historic neighborhoods. Ideal for first-time visitors, this sightseeing tour provides an overview of top attractions such as Pioneer Square, the Space Needle, and Pike’s Place market. Sit back and relax while your guide provides historical and cultural background for each destination, and enjoy stops to walk and take photos.
See the best of Seattle on this sightseeing tour. Sit back and relax in a spacious coach as a knowledgeable guide presents Seattle’s neighborhoods and attractions. See the iconic Space Needle (admission included) with stellar views of the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, including majestic Mt Rainier. There’s Pike Place Market and the Elliott Bay waterfront, plus Pioneer Square. The list goes on. This tour includes convenient hotel pickup.
Find out what makes Seattle one of the most popular areas in the US on this 4-hour Snoqualmie Falls and Seattle city tour. Visit Snoqualmie Falls, and then journey into the vibrant interior of Seattle itself. Sit back and enjoy the sights of the Emerald City from your window seat as you pass Pioneer Square, Fremont Troll, and a top city vantage point. Ample time at each stop is included.
We'll go to 4 of the best urban breweries in Seattle, on a walking brewery crawl. One of them is recognized by locals and tourists and generally by paranormal enthusiasts as the most haunted bars in the Northwest. We will also get to visit the only brewery museum on the West Coast! Guests will also hear captivating, spicy stories from Seattle's history, at each of the 4 locations. The cost of the drinks is not included in the tour. Guests can get drinks, but they don't have to - they can also just come along for the fun and the stories, if they so chose. It's totally up to guests. This is a 2 hours tour, filled with amazing local ales and fascinating stories.
Get to know the landscape of Seattle on a private sightseeing tour that provides an introduction to the city--great for the start of your stay. Traveling in a Suburban (avoid the bus tours), you'll pass by Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, and other major attractions across seven neighborhoods. Along the way, stop for photo ops and learn about local history.
Unlock the magic of the season with Tours Northwest on our 2-hour Seattle's Best Holiday Lights Tour! Learn the history behind your favorite holiday traditions while we make our way through local Seattle neighborhoods, showing off the best bright lights in the city. Let your festive guide show off the holiday spirit of downtown Seattle, Candy Cane Lane and more on this 2-hour tour.Meeting Location: Westlake Center – 1624 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101.Tour will depart from Westlake Center on 4th Avenue, in front of the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant. Tour Guide will be next to coach dressed in festive attire. Please arrive 15 minutes early to check in.
We'll go to 4 of the best breweries in Seattle. The first one has the only museum of beer and brewing on the Pacific Coast, another one is the most haunted location in Seattle, yet another one makes the best beer in the city, in our opinion. You'll hear fascination stories not only from Seattle's scandalous past (prostitution, murder, mayhem, the failures of the underground), but also ghost stories, and the world history of beer.
Skip the traffic and enjoy the sights by traveling straight from downtown Seattle to Victoria, BC on a high-speed ferry. The efficient and comfortable mode of transportation ensures busy travelers don’t waste any time in transit. Plus, you arrive in Victoria well rested rather than tired out from a drive. That way, you have ample time and energy to explore the Royal BC Museum—admission is included with the trip.
Reach at 2000 meter elevation to overlook the greatest view of the mountainItinerary: Olympic National Park（Mandatory. Including Hurricane Ridge（120 mins）; Lake Crescent（30 mins）)→ Taking Bainbridge Island ferry back to Seattle
This 90 Minute walking tour takes you through Seattle's oldest neighborhood, with locations including the Pioneer Square Hotel, the Smith Tower, and Merchant’s Cafe and Saloon, Seattle’s oldest restaurant.You will hear real stories of the ghosts that continue to haunt the area, topped off by venturing into a portion of Seattle’s famous “underground”, with nothing but a flashlight !
It is the only tour in Seattle that has more than 8 stops (and therefore more than 8 stories) in Pioneer Square. All the other tour companies focus on one small detail, and they will go to only one, maybe two locations at the most. But, we go to at least 8 locations on each one of our tours, and guests will hear at least 8 different stories of Seattle's fascinating history.
Get a comprehensive tour of Seattle in a single day on this whirlwind excursion. This is a great option for those short on time or first-time visitors to the city. Learn about the history, art, culture, and architecture of the city through guided commentary. Stops include the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and the Chihuly Museum, among others. All entrance fees are at your own expense.
Each neighborhood in Seattle has a unique feel, architectural style and social scene. Let’s take a ride and explore some of them! This tour focuses on the neighborhoods east, south and west of downtown. We will meander though the Volunteer Park neighborhood of Capitol Hill to see some of Seattle’s beautiful old Victorian style homes, then head to the shores of Lake Washington to see mid-century modern delights on our way to Columbia City, Beacon Hill, Georgetown and over to West Seattle. There are spectacular views all through this drive! If you’re a new resident of Seattle, or considering moving here, this is a great tour for you to start building a mental map of the feel of the city, guided by a resident of 30 years. With a max of 4 people, this is a fun and personalized way to explore the city.
Take a trip to the Boeing Factory with your group of up to 7 people in your own private car with your very own expert guide. Your guide will give you interesting insight into the history of Boeing and Seattle on your trip to Everett where the factory is located. Once you arrive, learn how airplanes are built on a guided tour of the Boeing factory. Tour the massive Boeing assembly plant, the world’s largest building by volume, and see a variety of different planes in production. Explore the interactive exhibits and displays in the Aviation Center Gallery and visit the educational Future of Flight Aviation Center museum. Your guide will wait for you to complete your tour and provide you with personalized service back to Seattle.
Waiting to take off on a cruise? Get to know the beautiful city of Seattle on a small-group guided sightseeing tour around town. Hop in a mini-coach and enjoy a relaxing ride to the city’s most popular attractions, like the iconic Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and many more, including a great view of Mt. Rainier. Hotel pickup and port drop-off are included. Luggage will be safely stowed during the tour, and a timely return to the cruise port is guaranteed.
Travel amid a stunning landscape on a memorable day trip through the Cascade Mountains. Your vehicle will climb Stevens Pass, motor alongside the Skykomish River and present views of Bridal Veil Falls and Deception Falls en route to Leavenworth. On arrival in the Bavarian town, you’ll have two hours for lunch (own expense) with free time to explore its wine shops and art galleries. Then continue over Blewett Pass, glimpse an old gold mining town and stop at Snoqualmie Falls, a premier natural attraction.
Explore rocky peaks, snow-fed waterfalls, and forests in the Cascade Mountains on a full-day tour from Seattle that crosses three mountain passes. With stops to see a Snoqualmie Pass waterfall and take a hike at Stevens Pass, you’ll discover alpine scenery at its most dramatic. Bring a camera to capture big views that go from high peaks to glacier-carved valleys lined with oversized boulders.
Get personalized attention on this small-group tour of Seattle, limited to just 14 people or fewer. Traveling with a small group means you'll get personalized attention and the chance to ask questions of your guide during the journey to several top landmarks, such as the Space Needle and Pike Place Market.
Visit Whidbey Island and see Deception Pass on this tour that introduces you to the lifestyle and scenery of the Seattle area. On Whidbey Island, you can take in the local charm of this popular weekend destination, known for its idyllic location and relaxing atmosphere. Learn a bit about the region's history, and enjoy a gourmet lunch.
Explore Seattle’s popular Fremont District on this guided, 90-minute walking tour. As the self-proclaimed ‘Center of the Universe,’ this eclectic, artsy neighborhood on the north shore of Lake Union thrives with its bohemian vibe and many, quirky claims to fame. This public art tour combines a mix of public sculpture and improvisational street theater — total strangers are not safe from this playful adventure. Check out the famous Fremont Troll under the north end of the Aurora Bridge and much more.
Enjoy a yoga class with a difference at the Wobbly Ranch in Snohomish, WA. Join an hour long ‘goat yoga’ lesson led by a certified yoga instructor, in the idyllic setting of the ranch. During the class, the ranch’s goats will be free-roaming around the pasture—don’t be surprised if they start showing off their own yoga moves or even clambering over you as you hold your yoga poses!
With just one day to experience Seattle, this private tour lets you explore at your own pace and benefit from the undivided attention of a local guide. See top attractions such as the Space Needle, Pacific Science Centre, and Pioneer Square; browse the stalls at the famous Pike Place Market; and explore local neighborhoods like Chinatown and Capitol Hill.
A 2-hour journey of deliciousness, with stories of Seattle's crazy, dark and wacky history, and a total of 9 different food locations, and 12 tasting samples of fresh, local cuisine. You'll leave full! We are going to taste:- savory (meat) pastries - at PIROSHKY PIROSKY- sweet pastries - at PIROSHKY PIROSHKY- salmon burgers - at RUB WITH LOVA SHACK- crab cakes - at ETTA'S- clam chowder - at PIKE PLACE CHOWDER- cheddar mac'n'cheese (Oprah's favorite!) - at BEECHER'S- cheese - at BEECHER'S- coffee - at JOE'S IN SEATTLE- probiotic yogurt - at ELLENOS REAL YOGURT- donuts - at DAILY DOZEN DONUTS- chocolate fudge - at ROCKY MOUNTAIN IN SEATTLE