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$154 Day Trips & Excursions

Mt. Rainier National Park Full-Day Tour from Seattle

Breathtaking vistas await you on Mt Rainier, whose rocky peak stands more than 14,000 feet (4,267 meters) tall! On this full-day tour to Mt Rainier from Seattle, you’ll get to appreciate the beauty of this stunning mountain up close. Enjoy unobstructed views of the Seattle area from the mountain. Don't forget your camera -- this 10-hour day trip is a feast for the eyes!Your tour begins with a comfortable, scenic bus ride. Stop at the visitor’s center before continuing to Mount Rainier National Park. Enjoy lunch (own expense) at the world-renowned Whittaker School of Mountaineering, where a 30-minute slide show will take you on a visual journey to the summit, presented by a professional Mt Rainier guide.On your way to Paradise, the mountain’s visitor’s center famous for its magnificent views, linger at several lookout points and gaze at the awe-inspiring scenery and natural wonders. Admire crashing waterfalls, diverse plant life and the picturesque snowcapped summit. In the late afternoon, follow a different route back to Seattle and take in even more fantastic Pacific Northwest scenery.

$72.59 Kid Friendly

From Seattle, 1.5-Hour Boeing Factory Tour with Small Group

The small-group Seattle Boeing Factory Tour starts when your professionally trained driver picks you up in a comfortable coach for the trip 35 miles north of Seattle to the Boeing Future of Flight Aviation Center. Once aboard, your driver will share some quirky and interesting facts about the Boeing, Seattle, and the Pacific Northwest. All drivers are happy to answer any of your questions, so ask away! Once you arrive at the Boeing factory, you will be escorted on an informative and fun 90 minute tour of the Boeing assembly plant, guided by expert Boeing staff. You'll see where Boeing's 747, 767, 777 and Dreamliner aircraft are manufactured in the largest building in the world by volume.  On the Boeing flight line, you will see airplanes in various stages of flight test and manufacture for airline customers around the world. You'll also have an opportunity to take photos and do some "plane spotting" up on the Strato Deck, and visit the Aerospace Galler for interactive exhibits, a flight simulator, an advances Makerspace, and much more. Note that the tour involves a walk of one-third of a mile, and some steep stairs.  Some wheelchairs available at the Future of Flight, please ask your Show Me Seattle guide.*Hotel pickup reservations are limited. If the hotel pick-up option is sold out, you will be asked to shift to the general pick-up spot. 

$148 Tours & Sightseeing

Seattle Full-Day Tour with Space Needle and Pike Place Market

The Seattle in One Day sightseeing tour covers the absolute best of Seattle in just five hours. Take a picture of Mt Rainier towering over the Seattle skyline, watch out for flying fish at Pike Place Market and marvel at the 360-degree view from the top of the Space Needle. See the sights that make Seattle so special, not to mention beautiful – the Ballard Locks, Pioneer Square, Puget Sound, Mercer Island and Lake Washington. As your air-conditioned mini-coach takes you around the city with no more than 21 other passengers, your knowledgeable and friendly guide will provide commentary about the city and its local neighborhoods. You’ll have two hours of free time at Pike Place Market to browse the wares and fares, from fish to local treats to jewelry and much more. Conclude your tour with a trip to the top of the newly-renovated Space Needle! By the end of this sightseeing tour, you will have a solid knowledge of the Emerald City and a list of fantastic places to explore further during the rest of your trip! Sights include: Pike Place Market Olympic & Cascade mountain views Seattle Waterfront Historic Pioneer Square Waterfall Garden Park Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park T-Mobile Park & CenturyLink Field Chinatown and International District Lake Washington I-90 Floating Bridge Mercer Island Puget Sound views Fremont neighborhood & Troll Lake Union & Ship Canal Fishermen's Terminal Ballard Locks/Salmon Ladder Discovery Park Magnolia Bluff Space Needle Seattle Center & MoPOP Museum

$52.29 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Seattle Pike Place Market 2-Hour Food and Culture Walking Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Pike Place Market, Seattle, WashingtonBy the end of the Pike Place Market Food and Cultural Walking Tour, you will not only have eaten an array of deliciously famous foods, but you will also have picked up a few buying tips, cooking ideas and handy market knowledge.All participants will receive a Repeat Visitor card which entitles you 10% off the entire purchase/dining experience at all of the locations that you will have tastings at during the tour. It is valid for up to 10 days after the tour's completion and can be used as many times as you like, in as many places as you want during this time.-------------------- ITINERARY--------------------The Pike Place Market Food and Cultural Walking Tour includes delicious tastings from (subject to change without notice): • Fresh seasonal produce • Cherry-inspired treats • Tom Douglas' crab cakes • Russian piroshky pastries • Artisan handmade cheeses • Nation's best clam chowder • Hot old-fashioned doughnuts • And other tasty surprises!The tour generally includes 7-8 tasting stops. The amount of food tasted on the tour is equivalent to a light lunch.Duration: 2 hours

$63.75 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Seattle 3-Hour Small-Group City Tour with Local Guide

On this exciting Seattle three-hour bus tour, you'll visit and learn about downtown Seattle, The Seattle Waterfront, Pioneer Square and witness some outstanding views of the city. You'll pass through quirky neighborhoods, visit the Ballard Locks with ladders for the spawning salmon, The Giant Bridge Troll, and the famous "Sleepless in Seattle" floating home. Each and every step is an experience not to be missed!Downtown - There is a lot to see in Downtown Seattle, and the sights, due to the vibrant and growing nature of the city's core, are always changing. You will see downtown's retail stores, including the flagship stores of Nordstrom, Pike Place Farmers Market, the first Starbucks Coffee shop, and the Fish Markets.The Waterfront - Seattle's Waterfront is an exciting place to go. Here, at the center of many of Seattle's water-based industries, you will see the freight port, Harbor Island and also the docks for the Washington State ferry system. Heading North along the waterfront past many souvenir shops, you'll see Ivars' Acres of Clams, and many other Puget Sound attractions. Finally you will head up to the beautiful Myrtle Edwards Park with its unparalleled views of Elliott Bay.Pioneer Square - At the epicenter of Seattle, you'll find many of the oldest buildings in town, and also hear about the fire which, about a century ago, leveled the entire city. Pioneer Square is also home to many wonderful art galleries, antique and book stores.

$99 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Seattle CityPASS, Including Space Needle and Seattle Aquarium

Visit: Space Needle, Seattle, WashingtonSeattle’s “must see” is now a “must do” following the Space Needle’s multimillion-dollar renovation. Glide onto The Loupe, the world’s first and only revolving glass floor, for never-before-seen views of the structure and the city. Lean into tilting glass walls on the open-air deck and float over Seattle on angled Skyriser glass benches. Sip and sample the Pacific Northwest’s best while savoring the thrilling views. The future. Now open.Duration: 3 hoursVisit: Seattle Aquarium, Seattle, WashingtonDiscover playful sea otters, graceful octopuses, luminous moon jellies and more. Be amazed by Window on Washington Waters, a 120,000-gallon exhibit with daily dive shows. Touch live sea creatures in tide pools. Immerse yourself in the Underwater Dome’s 360-degree view. Take a virtual trip to the tropics in the Pacific Coral Reef exhibit. Learn about the Aquarium’s mission: Inspiring Conservation of the Marine Environment.Duration: 3 hoursVisit: Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle, WashingtonExplore some of the most significant moments in rock music, science fiction and popular culture with hands-on experiences, iconic artifacts and award-winning exhibitions featuring luminaries in the fields of music, literature, television, and video games.Duration: 3 hoursVisit: Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, WashingtonConnect with nature and discover the world of gorillas, red pandas, lions, birds, reptiles and more at a top award-winning zoo. Encounter greater one-horned rhinos in the new Assam Rhino Reserve. Meet charismatic ambassador animals at outdoor theater programs—hornbill, porcupine, pot-bellied pigs and more. Explore Zoomazium’s indoor nature play space for kids and experience free-flying butterflies in a seasonal garden. See and save wildlife!Duration: 4 hoursVisit: Chihuly Garden and Glass, Seattle, WashingtonImmerse yourself in a world where curiosity, creativity and color come to life. Visit the Galleries, ever-changing Garden and signature Glasshouse, where you’ll be inspired by artist Dale Chihuly’s innovation and passion.Duration: 3 hoursVisit: Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WashingtonIgnite your curiosity! Discover hands-on science fun and watch exciting live demonstrations. Explore living exhibits with rare animals and plants, travel through distant galaxies in the planetarium, and wander among fluttering butterflies in the Tropical Butterfly House.Duration: 4 hours

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