Robert Frost could have used a local guide when he decided to take the road less traveled, as he discovered only too late that it was a gully carved to redirect flowing lava. Stay on the right path with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for a 90-minute mini-coach tour of Seattle for one (a $33 value)
- $25 for a 90-minute mini-coach tour of Seattle for two (a $66 value)
- $48 for a 90-minute mini-coach tour of Seattle for four (a $132 value)
The tours run daily at 10 a.m., motoring to landmarks such as the Space Needle, Chinatown, and Viretta Park––one of Kurt Cobain’s hangouts. Set to a high-energy soundtrack, the tours are led by an expert guide, whose narration fuses humor and history. Each tour includes two or more photo stops. Seattle Qwik Tour can schedule pickups at hotels, the Space Needle, or Pike Place Market. For more information, see the 90-minute tour page.
Seattle Qwik Tour
Charles Mickelson knows Seattle so well, he can unearth trolls hiding under its bridges—specifically, the Fremont Troll, an 18-foot-high stone troll statue nestled beneath the Fremont Bridge. This is just one of the landmarks that Charles’s company, Seattle Qwik Tour, showcases on its signature 90-minute mini-coach tours. Their tour routes also pass the Space Needle, the Central District, and Viretta Park, one of Kurt Cobain’s old haunts. As the group rolls through the city, passengers learn statistics and historical tidbits from their guides while snapping photos of the scenery during periodic stops.
“The owner/driver has ? A good sense of humor and is very accomodating. He enhanced our visit with excellent suggestions and then arranged to pick us up and drop us...”
“The owner/driver has ? A good sense of humor and is very accomodating. He enhanced our visit with excellent suggestions and then arranged to pick us up and drop us off in order to make the timing work. My husband and I enjoyed very much.”
“Chuck is just a great person. Lots of Humour. He goes up and beyond.”
“Charles the owner of Qwik Tour is very entertaining and knowlegeable about his craft. I will surely recommend him to anybody who will visit Seattle for a short period.”