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Seattle Highlights Sightseeing Tour
"After hotel pickup start your 1.5-hour sightseeing tour by comfortable minibus in downtown Seattle. Your guide engages you with humorous stories and in-the-know facts and stats about the city. Tunes from Seattle’s famous musicians like Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain amp up the liveliness on board.Weave through the main retail district and cruise past the culinary landmark of Pike Place Market and the picturesque waterfront. Gaze at Seattle’s oldest buildings in Pioneer Square and learn about the city’s gold rush while passing through Old Town. Then drive through the Chinatown-Internat known locally as ‘ID' which dates back to the early 1900s.Cruise past the former home of Kurt Cobain and the high school that Quincy Jones and Jimi Hendrix attended. Along Lake Washington
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Seattle Highlights Sightseeing Tour
"After hotel pickup start your 1.5-hour sightseeing tour by comfortable minibus in downtown Seattle. Your guide engages you with humorous stories and in-the-know facts and stats about the city. Tunes from Seattle’s famous musicians like Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain amp up the liveliness on board.Weave through the main retail district and cruise past the culinary landmark of Pike Place Market and the picturesque waterfront. Gaze at Seattle’s oldest buildings in Pioneer Square and learn about the city’s gold rush while passing through Old Town. Then drive through the Chinatown-Internat known locally as ‘ID' which dates back to the early 1900s.Cruise past the former home of Kurt Cobain and the high school that Quincy Jones and Jimi Hendrix attended. Along Lake Washington
From $42.00
 
3-Hour Seattle City Tour
"Seattle the crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest is a vibrant city of dramatic contrast and diverse people - a towering Mt. Rainier and the glistening waters of the puget sound stand in sharp relief to the working class neighborhoods booming tech businesses and gourmet restaurants that fill the town. Exploring Seattle can be an adventure unto itself which is why pairing with an expert knowledgeable guide can be such a good idea. Rather than spending days wandering through neighborhoods trying to understand how the myriad of seemingly disparate parts all fit together this tour will show you the sites and give you the overview necessary to understand the real Seattle. The tour starts with a pick-up at your centrally located Seattle hotel. The vehicle the tour is conducted in is dependent on the size
From $60.00

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Georgetown Powerplant Museum

Being the first building west of the Mississippi constructed with steel reinforced concrete, the Georgetown Powerplant was also a significant landmark in power plant development and is significant due...
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glabah
Apr 19, 2015

Seattle Interactive Media (Video Games) Museum

The Seattle Center has a number of facilities in it. Some of these are world famous (The Space Needle for example, or the much newer Experience Music Project & Science Fiction Museum) while others...
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glabah
Oct 08, 2013

First Thursday

If you are an art junkie be sure to visit Seattle around the first week of the month. On the first Thursday of every month, almost all galleries in Pioneer Square are open and free. Many galleries, if...
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McKNicholson
Apr 04, 2011

Center for Wooden Boats

Located along the south side of Lake Union, this little facility is hard to categorize. It is a museum of sorts, as there are a number of wooden watercraft in the "park", and yet it is also a boat...
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glabah
Aug 18, 2010

Art Not Terminal Gallery

May 18th was a mixed day of sun and showers, and during one of those brief encounters with the sun I decided to walk from my transit tunnel connection to the South Lake Union area in order to visit a...
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glabah
May 19, 2010

First Thursday of the Month

If you happen to be in the Seattle area on the first Thursday of the month, try to go to the Museum of Flight. The museum is free for the whole day!!! If you are in Downtown Seattle, try to catch the...
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joiwatani
May 06, 2007

Shop at Goodwill and see a classic Seattle museum

Sort of near downtown is the MAIN Goodwill second hand clothing (and other junk)store. It´s huge and worth a peek. AND, inside is a "Museum" with an old racing boat, and maybe a stuffed bear....
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Wanderboy43
Sep 09, 2005

Museum of Flight

This is an excellent must-see museum south of downtown Seattle. Here at the Museum of Flight you will get to see several special aircrafts, including the famous Air Force One (a Boeing 707) used by...
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meteorologist1
Oct 24, 2004

Microsoft Museum

The Microsoft Museum is a fascinating place for adults & kids alike. It presents an interesting history of computer technology and its effect on our lives and our culture.The museum is not huge...
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rmdw
Jul 02, 2004

Log House Museum

A local museum dedicated to the history of the West Seattle community. Changing exhibits. When I was there in March 2004, there was a display about the history of the local high school. On 61st Ave....
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yooperprof
Jun 14, 2004

The Nordic Heritage Museum

Why did so many Swedes, Danes, Norwegians, and Finns move to the Puget Sound region? And what did they do once they arrived? (Of course, you can't forget those Icelanders as well!) If Seattle is an...
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yooperprof
Jun 14, 2004

The Historic Cinerama

Paul Allen donated his money to rebuild and renew this amazing theatre that was on it's way to closing down for good, it's by far the best place to see a movie in Seattle. With huge plush seats and a...
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Summer33
Apr 17, 2004
 
 
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Elliott Bay Waterfront

Owned by the Port of Seattle (not the regular city of Seattle park system), the park runs through port owned property right along the Seattle waterfront. Combined with the Olympic Sculpture Park and...
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Columbia Center Sky View Observatory

When it was built, the Space Needle was certainly the dominant feature of the Seattle skyline. However, over the past 40 years, many newer and very tall buildings have been built in Seattle. Today,...
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Starbucks

Speaking of successful ventures, it's hard to believe that the mega coffee company Starbucks started out as a small coffee store located at the heart of Pike Place Market. The first store actually...
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Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill (so named by a developer with political aspirations) is the counter culture heart of the Northwest. It's also the most densely populated neighborhood. The streets are lined with midrise...
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Frye Art Museum

Since I was already planning on visiting the Portland Art Museum, I decided to skip the Seattle Art Museum and visit the Frye Art Museum instead. This museum located in the First Hill area first...
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Smith Tower Observation Deck

A historical landmark, the building was the vision of Lyman Cornelius Smith, a New York tycoon, back in 1909. He did not live to see it open in 1914 but his son did. There is an observation deck you...
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