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  • Discover the Northwest Tours
    The options for two and three people can be combined to fill a single room with up to six travelers. All trips include the following:
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    8236 Southeast 24th Street
    Mercer Island, WA US
  • Bavarian Ice Festival trip, operated by Alki Tours
    The Bavarian Ice Festival blends winter activities, snow sculptures, and holiday lights into two days of revelry amid Leavenworth's ivory snowflakes. Busses operated by Alki Tours depart at 8 a.m. and deliver Saturday visitors to downtown Leavenworth, where the annual Smooshing contest finds teams of four atop 8-foot wooden planks as they glide merrily down Front Street and safely away from escaped dinosaurs. Guests can relax under warm blankets and sip hot chocolate or coffee during a 40-minute horse-drawn sleigh ride. First day visitors also take in the artwork of an ice-sculpting contest, a slippery footed tug-of-war, and an ice cube scramble or frisbee sweep for the kids.
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    3rd Ave. NE & NE 103rd St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Food Tours
    As the founder of Seattle Food Tours, Michael Rogers couldn't have started a more perfect business for himself: as a former chef and frequent traveler, he appreciates the feeling of discovering new places. He's surrounded himself with a team of similarly knowledgeable tour guides, including a professional baker, a wine tasting expert, and an international tour guide. Given the group's impressive backgrounds, it's not surprising that they operate top-notch excursions. They lead the curious through Pike Place Market, and even though it's one of the most visited culinary destinations in the country, their trip grants access to five spots not featured on any other market tour. A progressive dinner through Belltown Restaurants welcomes groups to sample libations from a nationally renowned cocktail bar, and taste the creations of a sushi chef who is a two-time James Beard nominee. Each outing can be amended for vegetarians or those with fork allergies, or reserved for private groups.
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    1912 Pike Pl.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Trivia Crawls
    During Seattle Trivia Crawls, participants 21 and older make their way through a Seattle neighborhood as they prove their existing know-how in bouts of pub trivia. At three local bars along the way, teams of up to five share food, drinks, and minds to compete in rounds of general-knowledge questions that range from "Yesterday's News" to a Jeopardy!-style contest. The evening culminates in the crowning of bar-crawl trivia champion, who receives prizes to take home to the locker in which they get stuffed every night.
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    2604 Marine Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Shutter Tours
    Shutter Tours, the tours that takes you on photo adventures. Seattle sightseeing tours where you not only learn about the city of Seattle, but takes your photos from being merely snapshots of where you were to help you capture what you really experienced. Our photo guides share composition ideas in a fun interactive way.
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    1916 Pike Place
    Seattle, WA US
  • Beneath The Streets
    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.
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    102 Cherry Street
    Seattle, WA US

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