Choose from Three Options
- $79 for admission to the Winter Bald Eagle Festival on January 3 ($140 value)
- $79 for admission to the Winter Bald Eagle Festival on January 10 ($140 value)
- $79 for admission to the Winter Bald Eagle Festival on January 17 ($140 value)
During the festival, attendees stop at three different viewing points to see bald eagles gather to gorge on spawning salmon on the Skagit River, and also take a short tour of a fish hatchery. The 10-hour day also includes morning snacks and lunch—call ahead to choose between the lunch options.
Customized Tours leads groups on guided expeditions of Seattle's most breathtaking spots. Outdoor adventurers can try the Mount Rainier National Park tour or the winery and waterfall tour, which travels across Lake Washington on the 7,700-foot Evergreen Point floating bridge to the world-renowned Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery. City tours explore a variety of coffee shops and tourist attractions across the Queen Anne, Fremont, and Chinatown neighborhoods.
One of the more unique tours is the Boeing Factory tour, which gives visitors a behind-the-scenes look at airplane assembly. It also gives them a chance to design their own airplanes using touch-screen computers, or, for traditionalists, old geometry homework.