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    Beneath the Streets Unique Walking Tour

    Instead of the usual tour of Seattle’s streets, explore the underground passageways in Pioneer Square and discover the amazing tunnels lurking under your feet! You will be able to visit three sections with the guidance of a knowledgeable and passionate guide. Along the way, you will learn more about Seattle’s history as well as its present. Spend an hour exploring five different blocks and three underground tunnels. Get ready to say goodbye to the sunlight as you head underground for new discoveries!
    Beneath the Streets Unique Walking Tour

    102 Cherry St, Seattle

    • Enjoy a walking tour of Seattle with a unique twist
    • Learn about the history behind some of the long-standing buildings
    • Explore the underground passageways in Pioneer Square
    • Discover a side of Seattle that you never knew about before
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    The Market Experience Tour

    For such a gray city, Seattle sure is colorful. There’s no better place to see that for yourself than Pike Place Market. This tour will acquaint you with the oldest running farmer’s market in the country - one that is chock full of history. You’ll explore its outdoor stalls, and embark on an excursion into its labyrinthine interior; discovering multiple levels of vibrant craft shops, boutiques, and speciality stores that are a reflection of Seattle’s eclectic character. Fill up on delicious food samples, meet vendors, and discover some of the market’s best hidden secrets through history and anecdotes. Highlights include the famous fish throwers of the Pike Place Fish Company, the Starbucks that spawned an empire, and Rachel the Pig. If you haven’t been to Pike Place Market, you haven’t really seen Seattle.
    The Market Experience Tour

    2001 Western Ave, Seattle

    • Explore historic Pike Place Market with an insider introduction to some of its well known locales
    • Indulge yourself with a variety of samples from some of the market’s best food vendors
    • Learn the story of the market thanks to a variety of anecdotes that will amaze and amuse
    • Enjoy getting to know one of Seattle’s most famously vibrant locations
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    Seattle 101 Tour

    School was never this much fun, was it? Learning can be though. Seattle 101 will give you a local’s look into Seattle that will make you feel like you’ve known this vibrant city your whole life. You’ll enjoy getting to know some of its most well-traveled locations, including Old Town, Pioneer Square, and the waterfront. Along the way, you’ll go beyond a guidebook glimpse, getting insider secrets such as where to find the best happy hours, what to do for fun, and where to catch the most stirring scenes, including panoramic views at nearby mountains and looks at the city skyline from the pier. You’ll also enjoy some delicious samples to fuel your intrepid adventure, including a cup of clam chowder at Ivar’s Fish Bar. If you’re new to the Emerald City, this is a lesson you’ll not want to miss. And once school’s out, you’ll have all the knowledge you need to complete an independent study for yourself.
    Seattle 101 Tour

    2001 Western Ave, Seattle

    • Explore some of Seattle’s most iconic areas during an intimate walking tour
    • Learn the history behind the city with anecdotes offered up by an insider
    • Try samples along the route to see what fare Seattle has to offer
    • Discover some of Seattle’s most photogenic locations and inspiring sights
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    Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure (Seattle)

    Looking for a way to turn Seattle into a giant game? Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the amazing race with a sightseeing tour of Seattle. Guided from any smartphone, you’ll make your way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Answer questions to uncover the next, secret location. You’ll learn about Seattle landmarks like the Seattle Center, Pike’s Place Market, the the Seattle Art Museum and more. Your game will give you an entirely new perspective on the city as you weave through the skyscrapers to find your next location and win! Note: It is highly recommended that each quest be booked with a group of 2-5 people per booking. Pricing of this adventure is offered at a fixed price for the group. For example, a booking of five people would still cost the same as a booking for two people. Have one person place a booking for your entire group. Additionally, please indicate in the Special Requests field what you would like your group's team name to be. Urban Adventure Quest requires the use of a smartphone. Using a smartphone as “the guide” allows you to start when you want and determine your own pace of play. The tour’s schedule and duration depends on you. In most cases, the tour lasts approximately 3 hours. The start time is flexible and does not have to be the time you book. Furthermore, on this adventure, you’re eligible to compete against another team, either on the same day or different days, since each team runs the Quest using their own unique email and password. Point totals and times determine the winning team and are displayed when you finish the Quest.
    Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure (Seattle)

    305 Harrison St, Seattle

    • Compete in a fun, interactive scavenger hunt around Seattle guided by your smartphone
    • Answer questions and complete challenges to guide you to your next location on the tour
    • Adventure by famous Seattle landmarks such as the Seattle Art Museum and the Gum Wall
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    Private Mt Rainier Tour

    After pickup from your Seattle hotel in the morning, your private guide will drive you toward Mt Rainier’s iconic snow-capped peak. Rising abruptly from the surrounding land, this dormant volcano is the highest point in the Cascade Range and is easily visible from Seattle. Take an approximate 2-hour drive southeast to Mt Rainier National Park, the fifth-oldest national park in the US, established in 1899. Enter through the Nisqually park entrance and continue up the winding road to the new Paradise Jackson Visitor Center, situated at an elevation of 5,400 feet (1,646 meters). After learning some history about Mt Rainier, your guide will take you on a scenic drive through the park. Driving routes may vary based on the weather, season and road conditions, but your guide will make any necessary changes to enhance your tour experience. You’ll be delighted by endless views of old-growth evergreen forests, flower meadows, sprawling alpine vistas and snaking rivers. Visit Narada Falls, Reflection Lake and Lake Louise, point out wildlife with the help of your guide, and spot glaciers radiating from the summit of Mt Rainier. During your frequent stops, take time to walk around, savor your surroundings and take photos of the incredible scenery. You’ll also visit the Longmire Visitor Center and Museum to learn more about the park's history, glaciers, geology, ecology and wildlife. You’re welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at the picnic area, or purchase food at the concession stand. There’s also a gift shop for you to peruse. At the end of your private Mt Rainier tour, relax on the drive back to Seattle.
    Private Mt Rainier Tour

    Downtown, Seattle

    • Enjoy a scenic drive through beautiful Mt. Rainier National Park
    • Visit Narada Falls, Reflection Lake and Lake Louise
    • Explore the beautiful evergreen forests, flower meadows, sprawling alpine vistas and snaking rivers
    • Learn about the park's history, glaciers, geology, ecology and wildlife on a stop to Longmire Visitor Center and Museum
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    Explore the City Tour

    Seattle is the kind of city you have to explore to appreciate. With winding hills and a variety of neighborhood that each boast their own style, there’s a little something for everyone. Come get the full experience as you venture around the entire city in the comfort of a mini tour bus.You’ll stop at popular locations like Pike Place Market, the waterfront, and Pioneer Square as you understand what draws so many visitors to the area. Then, get ready to see where the locals play as you make your way into the city’s neighborhoods. You’ll check out Queen Anne, Ballard, Fremont, and Lake Union as you experience the unique qualities of each location- wave to the Fremont troll or check out the salmon at the Ballard Locks! No matter what you do, you’re bound to have a great time.
    Explore the City Tour

    8110 7th Ave S , Seattle

    • Explore the city of Seattle in its entirety from the comfort of a mini tour bus
    • View popular locations like Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square
    • Learn more about where the locals hang and explore neighborhoods such as Ballard and Queen Anne.
    • Gain a deeper understanding of the city as you see more than just the favorite tourist spots
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    Mt. Saint Helens - Cave & Lava Tube Tour

    This Mount St. Helens tour is totally tubular. Well, not totally. But there’s definitely a tube. During this guided tour around the base of the infamous volcano, you’ll get a fascinating look at the residual aftermath remaining years after its catastrophic 1980 eruption. With a topsoil that is just now rejuvenating following Earth-scorching lava flows, you’ll be able to check out both buried growth and newly formed vegetation. In doing so, you’ll walk a quarter mile along the flat boardwalk known as the “Trail of Two Forests.” And, for those not afraid of the dark, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the inside of a now partially collapsed lava tube that descends deep into the earth. So, partially tubular.
    Mt. Saint Helens - Cave & Lava Tube Tour

    First Hill, Seattle

    • Explore the aftermath of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens during a guided tour
    • Learn about the catastrophic eruption and its environmental impact firstand
    • Walk the “Trail of Two Forests” and venture inside an underground lava tube
    • Enjoy a scenic expedition that will be both informative and great physical exercise
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    Mt. Rainier Gondola Ride & Tour

    Overwhelming fear of heights? Maybe skip this one. Insatiable sense of adventure? Read on! During this remarkable guided adventure, you’ll pay homage to Washington’s spectacular Mount Rainier. This imposing, icy volcano stands at 14,410-feet above sea level, the preeminent icon of the Cascade Mountains. You’ll begin your journey from afar, traveling from Seattle to the Cascades with Cheryl’s Northwest Tours. Along the way, you’ll pass through quaint small towns as you enter the foothills, and enjoying evermore impressive looks at Ranier. Upon arriving at the Crystal Mountain ski resort, you’ll get an even more amazing perspective, as you step into a 4-6 passenger tram for a gondola ride up the mountain side! From this aerial vantage point, you’ll also be able to check out Mount Adams and the valleys falling away below you. At Crystal Mountain’s Summit House, you’ll have the chance to grab lunch or dinner, kick back and take in the view from the ridge, or explore some of the hiking trails along the crest. Things look pretty good from atop the mountain!
    Mt. Rainier Gondola Ride & Tour

    First Hill, Seattle

    • Head to Mount Rainier for an exciting exploration of the iconic volcano and spectacular rim views
    • Thrill your senses with a breathtaking gondola ride up the side of Rainier
    • Enjoy round trip transportation from your Seattle hotel or location
    • Take advantage of the amenities of the Summit House, including a restaurant and hiking trails
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    Boeing Factory Tour

    Big things are happening on this tour. Specifically, airplanes. You’ll be getting a behind-the-scenes tour of the famed Boeing factory, where some of the most massive jumbo jets the world has ever known are being built, including the 747, 767, 777, and the technologically advanced 787. Enjoy watching planes coming together as Boeing engineers and mechanics prepare them to fly around the world. Boeing’s primary factory the largest building by volume in the world, and you’ll have the chance to view it from on high during this outing. You’ll also get to visit the interactive exhibits of the Future of Flight Learning Center, which includes a cafe in case you’re feeling peckish. You can just wing that part.
    Boeing Factory Tour

    Downtown, Seattle

    • Visit Boeing’s legendary facilities and factory, and learn how jumbo jets come together
    • Watch engineers in action as they work on planes to be used around the world
    • Tour the Future of Flight Learning Center for an interactive educational experience
    • Wow your senses at the sheer size of the Boeing factory and the planes being built
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    Puget Sound Military Forts Tour

    Three forts. Three ferry rides. Countless memories. During this guided tour, you’ll head from Seattle to the Olympic Peninsula region for an engaging look at the so-called “Death Triangle.” Consisting of three historic forts built in 1902, the Triangle was designed to protect the Puget Sound from foreign invasion. Nowadays, it provides history buffs an incredible look at military strategy and technology in the early 20th century. With one fort on the peninsula, and the other two on islands, you’ll get to experience three ferry crossings offering incredible views of the Puget Sound. Included in this tour are Port Townsend Fort Worden, Whidbey Island’s Fort Casey, and Marrowstone Island’s Fort Flagler. Plus, a crossing of the Hood Canal Floating Bridge, and stop in a few historic towns for good measure. And since all that fun requires plenty of fuel, lunch and in-route snacks are provided! Maybe they should rename it “Living-It-Up Triangle.”
    Puget Sound Military Forts Tour

    First Hill, Seattle

    • Embark on a guided excursion to the Olympic Peninsula, Whidbey Island, and Marrowstone Island
    • Check out three early 20th century military forts, a floating bridge, and visit several historic towns
    • Fuel up with a complimentary lunch and snacks, and enjoy 3 separate ferry rides
    • Treat yourself to a Puget Sound adventure that features remarkable natural scenery and historical sites
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