What You'll Get
A city is a place of tremendous variety, usually constructed upon rock ‘n’ roll. Plumb the secret depths of Seattle with today's Groupon: for $19, you get a hop on/hop off double-decker tour (a $35 value, including tax) from Gray Line of Seattle. This Groupon gives access to the hop on/hop off tour for one day. Click here to see all six pick-up/drop-off locations..
Gray Line's hop on/hop off tour facilitates self-paced explorations of Seattle with two-story buses stopping every 30 minutes at six sites located throughout the city. Guides narrate the drive with information about landmarks and point out damsels dangling from the ledge of the Space Needle at the feet of moustache-twirling silent-movie villains. Watch the bus stop for flying-fish crossings at Pike Place Market before stepping off to take a sea-kissed stroll along the waterfront. Art aficionados can exit at Pioneer Square to peruse public art and distinct architecture in one of the oldest areas of the city. Once they finish exploring, travelers hop aboard the next bus to be whisked off to the downtown shopping district, Belltown, or whatever their next destination is without the hassle of finding a sitter for their car.
Each of Gray Line’s two-story transits will rock a pink exterior for the summer tour season in support of the fight against breast cancer. Gray Line makes a donation to breast cancer research for every rider, so be sure to invite family, friends, and pet mannequins along for the journey.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gray Line of Seattle
For more than a century, Gray Line of Seattle has been helping visitors and natives alike peel back the nation's corner—the Pacific Northwest—with luxurious tours and charters. Each environmentally conscious service enables explorers to survey the region by land, by sea, or by a combination of both via double-decker bus routes and scenic cruises. Rub elbows with waterfalls, alpine meadows, and glacier-carved façades on an eight-hour adventure past Mount Rainier, or jet into Boeing’s hangars and investigate the future of aviation without having to endure the itchy wool socks required for time travel. In addition to its landmark-packed tours, Gray Line of Seattle totes travelers aboard its fleet of luxury motor coaches and charters.