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$39 for a Tillicum Village Salmon Bake with Island Cruise from Argosy Cruises (Up to $79.95 Value). 13 Dates Available.

Pier 55

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Four-hour event starts with cruise from downtown Seattle to Blake Island for steamed clams, salmon bake & Native American dancing & stories

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Expiration varies. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for adult tickets only (Ages 13 and above). For information about tickets for those 12 and under, click here. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. To redeem vouchers, Groupon guests must email groupon@argosycruises.com 24 hours in advance for seating and boat reservations Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$39 for one ticket to the Tillicum Village Salmon Bake (up to a $79.95 value). See the available dates and times.

The four-hour event includes:

  • Narrated cruise to/from Blake Island State Park from Pier 55 in downtown Seattle
  • Appetizer of steamed clams upon arrival
  • Salmon bake and buffet
  • Northwest Coast Salish storytelling and dance show
  • Free time to explore the island on your own<p>

Argosy Cruises

For more than 60 years, Argosy Cruises’ fleet of cruise ships has voyaged through Puget Sound’s waters, taking passengers on themed public and private cruises. Tours leave daily from downtown Seattle and take guests on a variety of tripss that include sightseeing tours of scenic lakes and locks, murder-mystery dinner parties, and historical lunch tours that shed insight onto Seattle’s early days. For a more involved trek, guests can take the half-day trip to Tillicum Village, the campground of the Suquamish and Duwamish tribes on Blake Island State Park, for a salmon bake, dancing, and storytelling.


  • “It's perfect relax get a way from busy city minders. ”

  • “Was a fun hiking trip for the day adventure !!!”

  • “wear comfortable shoes and hike. They did have a cafe there for a light meal. Please stay away from the wildlife. The ranger told me to tell people not to get too...”

    “wear comfortable shoes and hike. They did have a cafe there for a light meal. Please stay away from the wildlife. The ranger told me to tell people not to get too close to the dear especially the fawns because the get afraid and run and loose their mother. The ranger told me they find starving dear every year on the island. I saw one women getting really close and scaring the fawn, and her husband was close to me and I asked him to let his wife know not to scare the fawn and I explained to him what the ranger told me and he said" So my wife is killing a dear right now" People are so rude. Argosy needs to let people know to be respectful.”

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    Pier 55

    1101 Alaskan Way Pier 55

    Seattle, Washington 98101

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