3-Hour Seattle City Tour

Learn about Seattle's history

3-hour tour

Visit top city sites

Personality, music, and stellar food. Absorb the best of Seattle’s culture in a small private group.

Seattle sets itself apart from all other US cities. Fall in love with the interwoven fabrics of nature, technology, and art that offer a warm welcome no matter how wet and rainy the weather may be. Get the skinny on the Seattle lifestyle as your local tour guide fills you in on all the must-know information about each site visited. We’ve curated the perfect Seattle tour route just for your traveling schedule convenience, ultimately ensuring the very best of Seattle leaves you planning your eventual return!

Highlights

Visit Seattle’s lively downtown area

See the landmark Space Needle and its impressive surroundings

Relax and enjoy the Ballard Locks & Fremont neighborhood

Small group tours allowing for a more personalized experience

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Trip Details

Trip Details

Price

$65.00 per person with tax


Start Time

9am, 10am, 2pm


Availability

May thru October only


Duration

3 hours


Pick Up Locations

All downtown Seattle hotels


When

7 days a week


Transportation

14-passenger touring van


Inclusion

A mystery treat!


Options

Private tours are also available

Tour Itinerary

Downtown Area

Get started in Seattle’s lively downtown area. Visit the first-ever Starbucks, iconic Pike Place Market, Shopping District, and Seattle Art Museum. (Want the full Pike Place tasting experience? Book the Pike Place Market Tour for mouthwatering treats.)

Pioneer Square & Stadium District

Pioneer Square’s gothic-inspired early architecture transports you back to the early 19th century. Shuffle through modern galleries and popular restaurants as you make your way to the home of the Seahawks, Sounders, and Mariners.

International District & Waterfront

Tour the influential communities of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Cambodian, Hmong, and Vietnamese residents. The International District offers a sense of both thriving diversity and unity. Continue toward the waterfront and see the city aquarium, fresh seafood restaurants, souvenir stores, water taxis, and so much more.

Seattle Center & Queen Anne View Point

Visit the landmark Space Needle and its impressive surroundings, including the Museum of Pop Culture (formerly Paul Allen’s Experience Music Project), Pacific Science Center, and Dale Chihuly’s Garden and Glass exhibition. There is plenty to see at this sprawling 72-acre urban park.

Ballard Locks & Fremont Neighborhood

The 99-year-old lock system is the gateway between freshwater Lake Washington and Union and the Puget Sound saltwater. This is a great place to relax and watch distant boats zip along the waterways.

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