Tours in Downtown

New Tour of Historic Pioneer Square's Underground for Two or Four from Beneath The Streets (Up to 53% Off)

Beneath The Streets

Seattle

Beneath Pioneer Square, guides lead small groups below ground and back in time to the 1890’s era of the original Seattle

$30 $15

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Seattle Holiday Walking Tour for Two from Seattle By Foot (42% Off). 24 Options Available.

Seattle By Foot

Downtown Seattle

Starting at Pike Place Market, tours wend through the city taking in the yule tide splendor of decorated storefronts & lit streets

$36 $21

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Pioneer Square or Tacoma Ghost Tour for Two or Four from Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours (Up to 53% Off)

Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours

Multiple Locations

90-minute tours led by ghost hunters takes participants through the haunted buildings of Pioneer Square or downtown Tacoma

$32 $17

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$35 for a 90-Minute Segway Tour from Seattle By Segway ($75 Value)

Seattle By Segway

Seattle

Autobalancing personal transporters whisk guests off on gliding tours of Pioneer Square, Pike Place Market, and the Space Needle

$75 $35

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Food Tour of Pike Place Market for Two or Four from Savor Seattle (Up to 49% Off)

Savor Seattle

Pike Place Market Entrance

Guides lead a two-hour cultural and food tour through 9 vendors at Pike Place Market, sampling a variety of bites from seafood to chocolate

$79.98 $42

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75-Minute Segway Tour of West Seattle or Two-Hour Tour of Downtown from West Coast Entertainment (Up to 61% Off)

West Coast Entertainment

Multiple Locations

Segways transport groups through Seattle neighborhoods as knowledgeable guides dish facts about passing landmarks and picturesque views

$75 $37

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Distillery Tour and Tasting with a Cocktail Booklet for Two or Four at Letterpress Distilling (Up to 66% Off)

Letterpress Distilling

Seattle

Vodka and Italian-inspired limoncello are the signature spirits that come out of this distillery

$48 $21

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There's a revolution happening in Woodinville, Washington. There's no violence though, unless you count the stomping of grapes. Home to hundreds of boutique wineries, the region is beginning to rival Napa Valley as the United States' biggest wine producer. Woodinville sits at the same longitude as France's wine country, allowing for optimal adult-grape-juice production and the ability to wear a beret with dignity. Barrel Wine Tours, a co-op of Woodinville winemakers, takes guests throughout the community on tours of the distilleries and wineries of these passionate part-time vintners. On a luxury coach, participants ride to four distilleries or wineries, and three-course lunches and wine pairings occur during each tour.

411 University Street
Seattle,
WA
US

Seattle By Foot's co-owners Heather Chermak and Penny Truitt first began planning tours years before they opened their tour guide business. With a love of storytelling and a passion for the city, they would brainstorm their ideal tours over cocktails and dinner. At Seattle By Foot, they bring the same joy and excitement of creation to their tours, each of which aim to educate and entertain, much like a teacher that juggles textbooks.

Their tours include a coffee crawl and a pub tour, which explore some of the city's more distinct establishments, complete with beverages, brews, and food tastings. They also lead a downtown walking tour, and offer guide-for-hire services. For this service, clients can customize a tour based on their own interests, and the guides will research and then lead tourists through unique sites and hidden gems.

1100 4th Avenue
Seattle,
WA
US

While it?s impossible to know what Seattle?s skyline will look like in the future, the Seattle Architecture Foundation hopes that citizens at least have some input and interest in the developments. To do this, the organization arranges a slew of architecture- and design-related walking tours, lectures, youth workshops, and volunteer opportunities throughout the city. Ideally, the activities help people become more informed and enthusiastic about great design and more willing to become involved when the city finally launches into space.

1333 5th Avenue
Seattle,
WA
US

A sidewalk patio with shaded seating flanks Cafe Bengodi's corner façade, appealing to passersby with promises of authentic Italian cuisine and al fresco dining. Chefs deliver on this promise by doling out antipasti rich with cheeses and salamis, then cooking mounds of homemade pastas and fresh Neapolitan pizzas. Espresso, beer, and wine accent the meal and allow patrons to propose toasts as a subtle way to drop a hint that they need a new toaster.

700 1st Ave
Seattle,
WA
US

Established: 2013

Handicap Accessible: No

Staff Size: 11?25

Parking: Metered street parking

Reservations/Appointments: Recommended

Most popular offering: Walking tour of subterranean Seattle.

Pro Tip: Wear appropriate shoes?you'll encounter a variety of walking surfaces.

Good for Kids: Yes

Walk-ins Welcome: Yes

Q&A with Chuck Russell-Coons, Guide

What sets your business apart from your competition?

The smaller size of our groups and our focus on history. We limit our groups to 22 persons which allows our guides to tailor information to guest's areas of interest. Other companies may have groups twice as large.

What was the inspiration for starting this business?

We were founded by four tour guides who wanted to share their passion of local history with smaller groups, and in a greater variety of underground spaces. All of our guides have previously worked as tour guides in the Pioneer Square neighborhood.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

Beneath the Streets is a new tour that visits the areaways under the sidewalks in Pioneer Square. These spaces are commonly referred to as underground, although as you'll discover on the tour, they are actually Seattle's original ground level. Other tour companies visit similar spaces.

What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?

"This is a great alternative to the traditional underground tour. The group was small so we could hear the guide, see the spaces and hear the questions and answers. I learned Seattle history I did not know about and enjoyed seeing different underground spaces. Everyone on our tour - locals and visitors loved the tour. I highly recommend it." -July 5, 2013 Trip Advisor review.

What?s your favorite part about your job?

Seeing the aha moment on guests' faces as they realize how the underground spaces they are in were created more than 120 years ago. Taking folks below ground and back in time to see, feel, and touch the Seattle of the the 1890's.

102 Cherry Street
Seattle,
WA
US

The enthusiastic tour guides at Road Dog Tours love Journey, standup comedy, and snowboarding?but on their three tours, their love of Seattle and its signature beverages is what really shines. With a focus on creating a lasting, unique memory, the staff crafts fun and engaging tours based on tips and information gathered from locals, research, and their own personal experiences. On the company?s namesake brewery tour, a guide whisks tourists to three breweries in three hours, where they sample craft beer, learn about the brewing process, and brush up on Seattle?s brewing history since the first beer tree was tapped in 1892. Distillery tours offer a similar selection of behind-the-scenes tidbits and local history, and feature samples of vodka, gin and whiskey. Morning coffee tours, meanwhile, stop at bean roasters, caf?s, and bakeries, celebrating the city?s caffeine addiction.

1401 1st Avenue
Seattle,
WA
US