Our Seattle Intimate City Tour takes you back to the golden age of the city, when Boeing, Microsoft, Starbucks, Nordstrom and Amazon were all in their infancy. The Emerald City was still a wild and wooly frontier filled with salmon, timber, and natural beauty. Our friendly guides will entertain and educate you on this fascinating period in our city’s history. The tour is designed for small and large groups and you’ll get to explore the city from the comfort of one of our charter buses and see all the top sights!
The Space Needle
No tour of Seattle would be complete without a trip to the Space Needle! Our tour guides will pick you up right outside your hotel in downtown Seattle or wherever you are staying. Our bus will stop at the Space Needle where you’ll get on for an up-close and personal look at the tallest freestanding observation tower in the world!
Pike Place Market
The Pike Place Market is Seattle’s most iconic landmark, a world-class destination for shopping, dining, people-watching, and learning about the history of the city. Located in the heart of downtown, it’s also home to the first Starbucks and Microsoft headquarters and is known for the lively atmosphere of the open-air farmers market. The market is a major tourist attraction with something for everyone. Here is a look at it today.
Seattle’s original waterfront neighborhood is located on the Puget Sound and is filled with art galleries, boutiques, and historic buildings that are the backbone of the district. You’ll get to see the original Seattle City Hall building, the only remaining wood-frame bank building in the country, the Seattle Public Library, and many other old buildings and landmarks.
The Seattle Public Library
The Seattle Public Library was once the library for all of Seattle, but in the 1970s the branch in Seattle Central was so crowded that it had to close. Over time the library moved to three locations, and today the main branch in Seattle is one of the most impressive and beautiful buildings in the Pacific Northwest.
Seattle Art Museum
The Seattle Art Museum is home to more than 40,000 objects including over 10,000 pieces of art from around the world. The museum has been instrumental in introducing many of Seattle’s leading artists to the rest of the world.
The Seattle Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world. It’s a must-see for anyone who loves to see wild sea creatures.