Tours in Seattle


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  • 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
  • Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours
    Though some ghost tours regale customers with tales of vampires and witches who haunt the local area, or at least visit while their coffins are being fumigated, the guides of Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours prefer to stick to stories of ghosts they've personally investigated. Ghost hunters —including well-known paranormal investigator Ross, who has appeared on various TV shows to discuss ghost hunting—have examined each story and location through paranormal investigations. The ghost hunters take customers on walking tours through city streets and the darkened corridors of Seattle's oldest buildings, or invite them to have a drink at a few of the city's creepy watering holes.
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    102 Cherry St.
    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
  • Beneath The Streets
    The 60-minute tour delves beneath the streets of Pioneer Square to check out some of the city’s oldest architecture. Guides keep tours small to maintain an intimate atmosphere as they walk along five city blocks of tunnels with landmarks that date as far back as the 1890s.
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    102 Cherry Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Private Eye On Seattle Mystery
    The tours offered by Private Eye On Seattle Tours focus on the darker side of the city, specifically its true crime and hauntings. Led by Jake, a paranormal and forensics enthusiast, each jaunt through Seattle's nefarious past promises historical anecdotes and plenty of sight-seeing, though a recent article in The Seattle Times warns that it's "not for the squeamish." The haunted happenings ghost tour, for instance, takes groups to such ominous-sounding spots as the old burial ground and the mortuary under the cover of darkness. For more verified accounts of nastiness, guests can opt for the Queen Anne true crime tour, which charts a path between the scenes of various crimes, both solved and unsolved. Jake explains such dastardly tales as the case of the missing soy sauce as guests snap photos and search for clues that the police missed the first time around.
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    809 Fairview Place North
    Seattle, WA US

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