Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour
Built in 1891, this magnificent structure facing Pioneer Square Park is one of the finest Victorian buildings in Seattle and showcases...
Erected in 1909, this beautiful Victorian-style structure was once a waiting shelter for the city's original cable car.
Pioneer Square Park
The original Pioneer Sq is a cobbled triangular plaza where Henry Yesler’s sawmill cut the giant trees that marked Seattle’s first...
Legendary for its theatrical counter service and its roasted-fresh-daily turkey-and-cranberry sandwich, this subterranean diner demands...
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Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour information
Seattle’s famous ‘underground’ tour, which takes you through the tunnels and sidewalks hidden beneath the streets of Pioneer Square, might get a little corny at times, but it delivers the goods on historic Seattle as a rough and rowdy industrial town.
The tour starts at Doc Maynard’s Public House,named after one of the city’s founding fathers and quite a character. It is massively popular, especially in prime tourist season. No reservations are accepted, so try to arrive half an hour early if you want to be sure you get in.