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Let's explore the busiest locks in the nation, the Hiram Chittenden Locks! We will watch boats "lock through" and watch for baby salmon (smolts) going out to sea, and adults returning to navigate the fish ladder on their way home to spawn. The resident harbor seals and herons are always fun to watch too! We will learn how this critical component of our maritime industry and history transformed Seattle, and it's role in managing our fresh water lake systems. Then we're off to Gas Works to learn about this one-of-a-kind park, where we will see float planes taking off and landing, and enjoy stunning views of the city. Finally we will visit to the houseboat communities along Lake Union, a uniquely Seattle experience! Kids aged 8 and up are welcome, as I do not have car seats for younger ones.
This is a scenic tour traveling through historical neighborhoods with some true crime featured as well. It is an unique way to see Seattle and hear about Seattle's interesting past. It combines sightseeing along with some dark history of the city.
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.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Sample local craft beers at three of Seattle’s premier establishments on a 3-hour breweries tour. The small-group tasting excursion takes you away from the typical bars where most tourists end up and into the trendy Ballard neighborhood. Follow your guide to Reuben's Brews, Obec Brewing, and Stoup Brewing, and enjoy various beers and distinctive ambiance at each location.
Taste your way through the Ballard Brewing District on a walking tour of East Ballard Breweries that’s a fun introduction to the Seattle craft beer scene. With tastings stops at Lucky Envelope Brewing, Populuxe Brewing, and Bad Jimmy’s Brewing, you’ll sip a wide range of traditional styles as the beer guide shares some background on the vibrant world of Seattle craft beer brewing.
You’re a serious beer enthusiast who wants the best of what the Seattle brewery scene has to offer. Learn how Ballard has become one of the most famous brewing districts in the world, and let your guide show you some of the top local brewpubs. Enjoy tasting with like-minded people, find something you’ve never tasted before, and discover new brews you’ll love.
Sip craft beer by the Seattle waterfront on a brewery tour of the Fisherman’s Terminal neighborhood, visiting local brew pubs in an area with a vibrant fishing tradition. It’s a great chance to see a Seattle neighborhood that retains some grit and industrial character as you walk to Urban Family Brewing Co., Figurehead Brewing Co., Fisherman’s Terminal, and Rooftop Brew Company, tasting a series of traditional beers along the way.
Tour includes Lowercase Brewing, Jellyfish Brewing company and Elysian Brewing Taproom. Founded in 1851 Georgetown is arguably Seattle’s oldest neighborhood. By the 1880’s it became the sixth largest beer producing district in the world and the center of Seattle’s early brewing industry. Now, with many of its 19th Century buildings still intact, Georgetown has experienced a revival as a hip neighborhood in a city of hipsters. Georgetown is now an important hub in the Northwest’s craft brewing community and a pretty cool place to have a beer. At each brewery our Cicerone certified Beer Guide will lead a guided tasting of four, 4-once beers, for a total of 12 different beers. This is about 3 pints of beer. * 3/4 of a mile, 1,500 steps * Each guide a certified cicerone * 12 different 4 oz beers * Free 4-oz souvenir tasting glass * Free souvenir Bottle Key-Chain opener * Beer & Food Pairing Guide
- Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
- Capitol Hill
- Olympic National Park
- Ballard District
- Seattle Aquarium
- Alki Beach
- T-Mobile Park
- Fremont District
- Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park - Seattle Unit
- Olympic Sculpture Park
- Lake Washington
- University of Washington
- Mt. St. Helens
- Elliott Bay
- Myrtle Edwards Park
- Bloedel Reserve
- Sky View Observatory
- Fishermen's Terminal
- Blake Island Marine State Park
- Seattle Cruise Port
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