California Avenue Southwest & Southwest Alaska Street, Seattle, WA, 98116
Lakeside Avenue South, Seattle, WA, 98144
Seattle, Seattle, WA, 98101
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: West Seattle Junction, California Avenue Southwest and Alaska Street, Seattle, WA 98116The heart of West Seattle's urban side, we will visit fantastic local shops, stop for coffee and cupcakes, then visit the best record store in the city where Pearl Jam once played (some members still live in West Seattle!).Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Lincoln Park, 8603 Fauntleroy Way SW, Seattle, WA 98136-2439We will visit a fantastic driftwood-strewn beach and learn about wildlife.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Schmitz Park, 5551 Southwest Admiral Way, Seattle, WA 98116This park is relatively unknown even to many residents, and holds one of only 2 stands of old growth trees left in Seattle. It's stunning! The trail is a little primitive, and often muddy, but worth the short trek to see giant mossy trees! Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Alki Beach, Seattle, WA 98116-1817This fun beach is full of interesting people watching, snacks, beverage choices and incredible views of Bainbridge Island and the Olympic Mountains! On the way back to downtown, we will have the most iconic views of the skyline, perfect photo opportunities all through this tour!Duration: 45 minutes
Just a short drive outside the Seattle city limits takes you to one of Washington’s top tourist attractions, Snoqualmie Falls. This world-famous waterfall plunges over 270 ft down into the Snoqualmie River and has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. Join us for breathtaking views and learn more about the creation of the falls, how it helps supply power to the Puget Sound region, what the falls mean to the native people and more. Options include both Upper and Lower Observation Decks, hike to the bottom, gift shop & more. Expect professional, courteous service and an entertaining tour. We operate clean, well-maintained vehicles featuring leather interior and comfortable seating. Our Suburban seats 5 comfortably (6 max) with 1 front passenger seat, 2 captain’s chairs in the middle row, and bench seating for 3 (2 comfortably) in the rear. Includes heat & A/C, radio/CD, Auxiliary, USB port & limited rear luggage space. Special requests granted when possible.
Make the most of your time in port in Seattle with this private tour of the city's must-see highlights including the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, the Ballard Locks and Queen Anne Hill. Visit local art galleries, sip coffee at the original Starbucks, and whiz up to the top of the Space Needle if you wish for incredible 360-degree views of Puget Sound, Mt Rainier and the Olympic Mountains. You'll learn all about the history of Seattle from your guide as you travel by van, making stops along the way to explore by foot and discover the best in food, shopping and entertainment. By the end of this private shore excursion, you’ll know Seattle like a local!
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Cheryl's Northwest Tours, 126 SW 148 St C100-137, Seattle, WA 98119-2635This tour takes you through several climates and terrains. A wonderful day with mountains, lakes, sagebrush, wheat fields, apple orchards, rivers and more.Duration: 10 hoursStop At: Dry Falls, Coulee City, WAA fantastic view of the former waterfall that dwarfed Niagra.Duration: 1 hour
Aboard this cruise, you will be in the hands of a professional and in the lap of luxury. A talented bartender and skilled boat handler, Captain Dylan will introduce you to Seattle. Starting in South Lake Union where all of Seattle's major industries have flourished, you will cruise by boats and floating homes of all sizes, shapes and ages, including the oldest floating home built in 1907. Cocktail in hand, or "mocktail" for those not enthusiastic about alcohol or too young to imbibe, you will get a great look at UW stadium. On a clear day, Mt. Rainier will loom beautifully to the south of Lake Washington. Returning to Lake Union, you are likely to see draw bridges that are nearly 100 years old open up for sailboats and large yachts, Seaplanes taking off and landing, locals enjoying the sunshine from kayaks and stand up paddleboards. After a 2-hour journey, you will want to stay all day.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Candere Cruising, 1341 N Northlake Way Near Gas Works Park, Seattle, WA 98103-8997Your adventure begins as we embark from the Shilshole Bay Marina, preparing to set sail as we round the break water. Throughout this 3 hour sailing adventure you'll have an opportunity to learn how to sail, or just let us do the work and enjoy experiencing:The cool ocean breeze.Spectacular views of the Olympic Mountains, Downtown Seattle, The Space needle, The Great Wheel, Mount Rainier, Large yachts and massive Merchant Marine Containerships.Wild life such as seals, sea lions, small porpoises, jumping fish and on rare, lucky occasions, Southern Resident Orcas and Humpback whalesAdventure for your group of up to Six PassengersSit back, relax and enjoy all the amazing views of Seattle and discover what makes the Northwest so specialDuration: 3 hours