Sightseeing in Seattle, WA


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

Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours

Spooked in Seattle

Tours and events held by ghost hunters take participants through haunted locales and give an inside look into paranormal investigation

$34 $17

Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Haunted History Ghost Tours of Seattle (Up to 46% Off)

Haunted History Ghost Tours of Seattle

Haunted History Ghost Tours of Seattle at 88 Keys

Experts in Paranormal Investigation and Occult Studies lead 90 minute walking tours through Seattle’s oldest and most haunted neighborhood

$30 $18

Admission to Living Computer Museum for Two or Four, or Admission and T-shirts for One, Two, or Four (Up to 40% Off)

Living Computer Museum

SoDo

Follow the history of computers by interacting with machines from the 1960s through today

$28.40 $17

Downtown Walking Tour for One or Two from Seattle Architecture Foundation (Up to 40% Off)

Seattle Architecture Foundation

Center for Architecture and Design

Choose from eight downtown walking tours, which focus on general architecture, art deco, building adornments, and hidden treasures

$30 $18

Italian Food Tour for One or Two from Al Boccalino (Up to 58% Off)

Al Boccalino

Al Boccalino

Tours stop by four Italian restaurants for meatballs, pizza, fresh pasta, and gelato paired with drinks

$59 $29

Up to 62% Off Bike Tour at Seattle Bicycle Tours

Seattle Bicycle Tours

Seattle Bicycle Tours

From the merchant: Join us on an Epic Bicycle Adventure experiencing the sights, sounds, and smells that makes Seattle a gem of a city.

$125 $49

Urban Scavenger Race for Two, Four, or Six from 3Quest Challenge (50% Off)

3Quest Challenge

3Quest Challenge - Seattle

Racing against the clock, players progress through three quests where they find checkpoints, seize clues, and solve the final puzzle

$39.95 $20

$175 for 20-Minute Scenic Landplane Flight for Up to Three from Seaplane Scenics LLC ($255 Value)

Seaplane Scenics LLC

Georgetown

Enjoy a scenic tour of landmarks such as the Space Needle, Mount Rainier, and Lake Washington

$255 $175

Public Art Walk for Two or Four from The Fremont Tour (Up to 51% Off)

The Fremont Tour

Solstice Plaza

This 90 minute walking tour promotes public art with a mix of public sculpture and improvisational street theater

$40 $20

Wacky Walk Adventure for Two, Four, or Six from Wacky Walks - Seattle (50% Off)

Wacky Walks

Wacky Walks - Seattle

Part solo strategizing game and part team quest, this walk around the city leads to clues that need solving—and upheaval in your ranks

$39.95 $20

Crazy Dash Walking-Adventure Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

Pioneer Square

The digital game requires a smartphone and takes you on a tour of the sights

$39.95 $20

$10 Buys You a Coupon for 15% Off a Canal Tour Valued at $275 or More

Cedar Wave Adventures by Sea

Gatewood

For $10, receive a coupon for 15% off a canal tour valued at $275 or more

$10 $10

$249 for a Scenic Boat Tour for Up to Six from Dreamboat Seattle ($600 Value)

Dreamboat Seattle

Seattle

Completely restored wooden vessel totes groups of six passengers across Seattle waters during scenic tours

$600 $249

Admission for One, Two, or Four to Hands On Children's Museum (Up to 44% Off)

Hands On Children's Museum

Downtown Olympia

150 interactive exhibits in 9 themed areas teach kids about building, outdoor exploration, and art

$11.95 $7.50

Visit for Two or Four to The Reptile Zoo (Up to 31% Off)

The Reptile Zoo

Monroe

Exhibits display tarantulas, lizards, gators, and turtles

$32 $22

LeMay Family Collection at Marymount for Two or Four (50% Off). Three Options Available.

LeMay Family Collection at Marymount

Spanaway

Vintage cars from a collection of more than 1,900 vehicles in a campus built in the 1920s

$30 $15

Two Adult or Children's Tickets to Wildlife Safari (Up to 40% Off)

Wildlife Safari

Winston

Drive-through wildlife tour showcases native and exotic animals including cheetahs from a breeding program

$28.98 $17.50

$70 for a 3.5-Hour Whale-Watching Trip from Outer Island Expeditions ($109 Value)

Outer Island Expeditions

Smugglers Villa Resort

Veteran skippers welcome tourists onto vessels and guarantee encounters with underwater giants during whale-watching tours

$109 $70

Citywide Scavenger Hunt for One Team from Urban Adventure Quest (29% Off)

Urban Adventure Quest

Online Deal

On a citywide, smartphone-based scavenger hunt, racers decode clues and complete challenges while brushing up on local history

$49 $35

$1 Buys You a Coupon For a $5 Adult Admission Ticket to The Washington State History Museum

Washington State History Museum

Tacoma

For $1, receive a coupon for a $5 adult admission ticket to The Washington State History Museum

$1 $1

Introductory or Advanced Whitewater-Rafting Tour for 1, 2, or 4 from Pacific NW Float Trips (Up to 46% Off)

Pacific NW Float Trips

Darrington Trailer Court

Expert guides ferry guests on the Sauk or Suiattle Rivers, passing alpine wildlife and relaying history, mining, and ecology info

$65 $35

Two or Four Tickets to the Downtown Tacoma Ghost Tour from Tacoma Ghost Tours (Up to 53% Off)

Tacoma Ghost Tours

Brandy's Attic

Guides lead 90-minute walking tours of downtown Tacoma, recounting tales of ghosts, hauntings, sunken ships, UFOs, and a mummy’s curse

$64 $30

Tent or RV Campground Rental for One or Two Nights at Orondo River Park (Up to 50% Off)

Orondo River Park

Orondo River Park

RV and tent campsite welcomes guests to live amid nature, while also enjoying WiFi, showers, and an onsite concession stand

$38 $20

Introductory Whitewater Rafting Tour for One, Two, Four, or Six at Triad River Tours (Up to 57% Off)

Triad River Tours

Marblemount

Instructional trip designed to introduce adventurers to whitewater and educate them on contemporary use of equipment on whitewater rivers

$85 $39

Go San Francisco Card All-Inclusive 2-Day Pass includes admission to 25+ attractions for 2 days. Pay Nothing at Gate.

Go City Card

Online Deal

Get admission to 25+ attractions for one low price. Save up to 55% vs. paying at the gate. Pass is valid for 2 calendar days in a row

$60 $55.80

Halloween in July Haunted-House Visit for Two or Four at The Pierce County Asylum (Up to 50% Off)

The Pierce County Asylum

Tacoma

Not even on hot summer nights can guests avoid the shivers as they walk through each dark, terror-inducing room

$30 $18

90-Minute Segway Tour for Two or Four from Segway of Edmonds (Up to 54% Off)

Segway of Edmonds

Segway of Edmonds

Learn about Edmonds history or snap pictures of beautiful waterfront sunsets during 90-minute Segway tours along Puget Sound

$150 $75

Petting Farm Visit with Optional Pony Rides for Four, Six, or Eight at Redmond Petting Farm (Up to 60% Off)

Redmond Petting Farm

Tashunka

Pet the soft fur of fainting goats, lionhead rabbits, chinchillas, and a herd of miniature farm animals, and if you’re a kid, ride a pony

$40 $20

Annual Zoo Membership for Two or Two Admissions to the Reindeer Festival at Cougar Mountain Zoo (Up to 29% Off)

Cougar Mountain Zoo

Montreux

Explore cougar, macaw, and reindeer habitats, or celebrate the holiday season with Santa at the Issaquah Reindeer Festival

$28 $20

Admission for Two, Four, or Six to Historic Flight at Kilo 7 (Up to 51% Off)

Historic Flight at Kilo 7

Paine Field-Lake Stickney

Non-profit museum of fully restored, airworthy aircraft from 1927-1957 fill the airplane hangar

$30 $16

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  • The Museum of Flight
    As visitors wander among The Museum of Flight's more than 150 historic aircraft and spacecraft, they can chart humanity's flight path from the earliest balloons to the latest space shuttles?and marvel at how aviation has changed everything from warfare to transportation to rescue operations. Celebrity planes include a supersonic SR-71 Blackbird, built for a Cold War mission and capable of zipping from Los Angeles to New York in just 58 minutes, and a former Air Force One Boeing 707 that served as a flying oval office for Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. After visiting a retired supersonic Concorde?one of only 20 ever built by the British?guests move from the airpark and the great gallery of planes to the museum?s other exhibits. Here, thousands of artifacts?uniforms, engines, and even a carved white elephant that astronaut Michael Collins carried into space on the Apollo 11 mission?enlighten as they lead groups to a kids' flight zone and a collection of to-scale plane models. Visitors can also walk through the Red Barn, the original manufacturing facility of the Boeing Company. The museum's numerous interactive exhibits give users a more visceral sense of what it was like to fly the machines that surround them. The X-Pilot simulator lets visitors practice flying a classic WWII fighter or a modern jet rather than the saddled pigeons they?re used to. Space: Exploring the New Frontier extends your reach to galactic horizons as you play Mission Control to a landing space shuttle or explore a replica of the International Space Station's Destiny Research Laboratory. Here, inventions such as the Apollo 17 lunar module ascent-stage mockup wow aspiring astronauts alongside a contemporary technological duplicate of Sputnik 1, likely made by the Academy of Sciences of the USSR.
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    9404 East Marginal Way South
    Seattle, WA US
  • Nordic Heritage Museum
    Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden aren't just places with chilly winters and beautiful sea ports. They're the five Nordic countries, and since 1980, Nordic Heritage Museum has been the only museum in the U.S. to celebrate the contributions of immigrants from that area. Today the museum continues that tradition by sharing their rich history through carefully cultivated exhibits.  Size: three floors of permanent exhibits displaying part of a 65,000-piece collection that includes artifacts, fine art, and music Immigration Stories: Lifelike dioramas spin the tale of a Scandinavian family immigrating to the U.S. in the 19th century. The exhibit traces their path—from their entrance at Ellis Island through their travel west to Ballard—with scenes from a post office, a blacksmith shop, and a family home. Common Bonds: Five third-floor galleries dedicated to the people from each Nordic country celebrate immigrant contributions achievements in the Pacific Northwest. Past Exhibits: Danish Modern: Design for Living displayed mid-century modern era furniture designed by Danish artists, including Hans Wegner's famed Round Chair. Special Programs and Events: At Craft School, artisans teach techniques such as woodcarving and photo preservation. During the annual Nordic Christmas celebration Yulefest, visitors shop while feasting on traditional Scandinavian fare before paying Santa a visit.
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    3014 NW 67th St
    Seattle, WA US
  • The Center For Wooden Boats
    Six Things to Know About The Center for Wooden Boats At The Center for Wooden Boats, you can explore vessels from days of yore in exhibits before taking to the water in a classic sail or row boat yourself. Read on to learn more about this unique place that’s half-museum, half-boat-rental facility: It's a living museum. This means you won't find any "no touching" signs. In fact, touching is encouraged. The museum believes that by getting up close and personal with the historical boats, you'll better appreciate them and learn more overall. The collection is always changing. That's because the center's workers are constantly acquiring and repairing new boats. Classes are available for everyone. Kids, families, and adults can take classes on subjects such as sailing, toy-boat building, woodworking, or attracting mermaids with carefully chosen sea chanteys. You can get your hands dirty. There’s an on-site a workshop where visitors can learn traditional wooden-boat maintenance skills. You can donate your old boat to support the museum. Donations are either put on display or sold to raise money for the center. No stuffy dress code required. "This is an opportunity for people to sort of be a member of a yacht club," founder Dick Wagner told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. "You meet a lot of neat people, and you don't have to wear a blue blazer."
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    1010 Valley Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Monahan Studio
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Fun and easy to follow drawing and painting projects that will help you draw on your own. The program is very simple to start. Simply click the class invitation and you will be instantly in the class you want, so easy! Pick and choose which projects look interesting throughout the year. Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring? When you are sent your invitation, you will be given a list of suggested materials. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? I have been teaching art for many years and have heard from many who wanted to take my class, but were home-bound, very shy about their art, or just so busy they could not commit to a weekly class in the studio. I'm so happy to be able to offer this course to those who need it in their lives! What do you love most about your job? I love to help people grow with art and see their excitement as they create art they never thought was possible.
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    8005 Greenwood Ave. N
    Seattle, WA US
  • Living Computer Museum
    Established by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the Living Computer Museum features fully operational, vintage computers to highlight the achievements of early pioneers in computing. The museum allows the public to trace the history of computing by interacting with these milestones in engineering, from the mainframes of the 1960s to the modern XBOX One. Museum engineers skillfully restore machines to working order, while the museum staff tie together the exhibits with daily tours. Size: 15,000 square feet Interactive activities: Write your own BASIC programs, play vintage computer games, and use a Teletype. Pro tip: Museum staffers are around to give tutorials on how to use the different computers. Onsite library: Vintage books, manuals, and magazines available for reading alongside modern books on computing history. For kids: The BitZone teaches kids and families about computing concepts through interactive displays geared toward youngsters.
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    2245 1st Avenue South
    Seattle, WA US
  • Gargoyles Statuary
    Seattle locals love heading to Gargoyles Statuary for all their furniture inspiration and home decor. Who doesn't love a gift basket? Pick one up today. If you're on the lookout for some great tchotchkes, Gargoyles Statuary is definitely the place to go in Seattle for fantastic souvenirs. Outfit your patio with some great outdoor furniture and gear up for cookouts and company. If you're in need of some design tips, head on over to this store and peruse the exquisite pieces on display. Brighten up your walls with the great pieces here including mirrors. Say bye to bare walls and empty space. Just a few of the pieces here that will work well in almost any room include vases. At Gargoyles Statuary, you'll find only the best outdoor gear and equipment. Park your car in one of their many available spaces. With helpful staff and a simply exquisite selection of pieces, Gargoyles Statuary in Seattle is your best choice in furniture.
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    4550 University Way Northeast
    Seattle, WA US

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