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Things To Do (5)
Beneath The Streets Underground History Tour
Go underground on a 1-hour walking history tour through Seattle's original neighborhood. Our experienced guides lead small groups through, and beneath, Pioneer Square to the street level that existed in the 1890s. Explore underground pathways that were built more than 120 years ago, learning details on early Seattle history, why these spaces were built, and how they have been used (and misused) over the years. Marvel at how this once Indian encampment has since transformed into one of the 20 largest cities in the United States.
Seattle Harbor Cruise
Get acquainted with Seattle's historic waterfront from the water side of the wharf on this fully narrated cruise of Elliott Bay and Seattle Harbor. This cruise follows the shoreline and provides up-close views of the piers, ports and area attractions. There are plenty of interesting features around the bay: the Port of Seattle (one of the busiest ports in the United States), Colman Dock (the main dock of the largest ferry system in the US), and Pier 90 (home of the region's cruise ship business), Alki Beach (major local summertime hangout), the Space Needle, the famous Hotel Edgewater, the Great Wheel and the Seattle Aquarium. Last but not least, enjoy tremendous views of the natural beauty that surrounds Seattle. The majestic Olympic Mountains lie to the west, solitary Mount Rainier to the southeast, and the inviting Cascade Range to the east.
Seattle Locks Cruise
This one-way cruise starts & ends at two different locations, giving you an opportunity to explore both Lake Union and downtown Seattle (pay attention to your specific marina departure location when booking). Situated in the heart of Seattle, Lake Union is home to the famous floating home community seen in the classic movie Sleepless in Seattle. See seaplanes taking off and landing on a regular basis commercial docks with vessels from the hit TV show Deadliest Catch. Pass under the Fremont Bridge, the most frequently opened drawbridge in the United States, and cruise past several of Seattle’s historic neighborhoods. On your way from the freshwater of Lake Union to the saltwater of the Puget Sound, pass through the Ballard Locks. These locks raise and lower vessels an average of 20 feet between Lake Union and sea level. Once in Puget Sound, take in the views: Seattle's unique skyline, the Olympic Mountains and Mt Rainier, and large ferry boats taking passengers to and from the city.
Leavenworth Tour from Seattle
This tour is all things that you expected to see in just one day. It will be full of unbelievable beauty of nature. Also, we will stop at the bigfoot watching area. you would take some memorable pictures with bigfoot on Espresso Chalet. How could be all this beauty in one package? You will see. [German town – Leavenworth] is the most famous German town in the northwest of the United States. On arrival in the Bavarian town (Leavenworth), you’ll have two hours for lunch (own expense) with free time to explore. The German town - Leavenworth has more than 90 shops, each with a unique style including wine shops and art galleries. There are also many restaurants operating German-style cuisines, such as the German village of Schweinshaxe, German sausage, and Munich beer, which has won the tourists' favor.
Half-Day Private Tour of Snoqualmie Falls with Pick Up
Firstly your private driver-guide will pick you up in your desired place in Seattle. This can be your hotel or the cruise port. If arriving to the airport, an airport pick up can be done and then dropped off in Seattle or to the cruise port. We will drive to Snoqualmie Falls. Located 40 minutes outside of the city the falls are the most famous waterfall in Washington and most popular attraction. Snoqualmie Falls is a 268-foot (82 m) waterfall in the northwest United States, located east of Seattle on the Snoqualmie River between Snoqualmie and Fall City, Washington. It is one of Washington's most popular scenic attractions but is perhaps best known internationally for its appearance in the cult television series Twin Peaks. After visiting the waterfall you will drive back to Seattle. This tour will finish at your hotel in Seattle.
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