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Experience breathtaking territorial views from Seattle’s iconic Space Needle. Enjoy a quick, 41-second elevator ride to the Space Needle’s Observation Deck and soak up this spectacular city from 520 feet (159 m) above the ground.

Built for the World's Fair in 1962, the Needle, along with its outside deck, provides breathtaking views of the Seattle area's outstanding natural features. Soak up views of Puget Sound to the west, framed by the snowy peaks of the Olympic Mountains. Look for stadiums home to the Seattle Seahawks and Mariners to the south, catch glimpses of the Cascade Mountains to the east, and look for the peaks of Mt. Baker and Mt. Rainier as you explore every possible viewing angle.


Walking tour in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square. The tour lasts one hour and guests are guided through the neighborhood at both street level and below. The focus of the tour is the evolution of the physical and cultural landscape of the birthplace of the city. Meet your guide and group at 102 Cherry Street, near Pioneer Square, at least 10 minutes prior to your scheduled departure. Be sure to wear good walking shoes as this underground walking tour covers uneven terrain and involves ascending and descending about six flights of stairs.
After a brief introduction from your guide, set off to explore one of Seattle's oldest neighborhoods and its subterranean tunnels on this guided tour. Listen to stories of Seattle's past, from the Klondike Gold Rush to Skid Row, as you wander dark passageways and then back up to street level. Over the course of three blocks, you'll cover a century of history, from the neighborhood's origins as a Salish Indian settlement to its modern iteration. It’s a perspective you can’t get by wandering on your own.
The tour concludes at Occidental Park.

The Experience Chocolate Tour is now open in the heart of Tukwila with a delicious, likeable, shareable chocolate-centric experience in the Seattle Chocolate Company’s factory. The Tour lives a nibble from Southcenter Mall and a few bites from the SEATAC International Airport. Our tour was developed by a collective of chocolate obsessed operations, purchasing, quality, customer service, sales, retail and marketers at Seattle Chocolate Company. Highlights include a 9.5’ high, 180’ long magenta powder-coated steel raised walkway, a closeup and a bird’s eye view of our Italian and Danish chocolate machines, a chocolate bath and wafts of mouth-watering chocolate aroma. All visitors will learn a little chocolate history and along the way taste freshly made chocolate. Tours are open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 3pm. Admission is $10 per person. Children 5 and younger are not permitted. Our retail store is open Monday through Friday 10am to 6pm & Saturday from 10am to 5pm.

Located in the heart of Seattle, Chihuly Garden and Glass provides a look at the inspiration and influences that inform the career of artist Dale Chihuly. Through the exhibition’s eight interior galleries, lush outdoor garden and centerpiece Glasshouse visitors will experience a comprehensive look at Chihuly's most significant series of work. With both day and night experiences, and full-service dining in the adjoining Collections Café, this long-term exhibition offers a unique experience rain or shine.

Get a comprehensive introduction to downtown Seattle and its eclectic neighborhoods on this minibus tour with a small group. A small group and vehicle allow you to visit spots a larger coach can't access, and you'll get personalized attention from your guide and the chance to ask questions. Highlights include the Space Needle, International District, Chinatown, Pioneer Square, and top Seattle attractions.

  • Tillicum Excursion:
  • Take a 45-minute cruise to Tillicum Village from Seattle

  • Learn about the Native American culture

  • Watch a 25-minute show featuring traditional song and dance

  • Chinook Salmon buffet is included

  • Enjoy free time to explore Blake Island State Park

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Visit Downtown Seattle's premier glassblowing studio and watch LIVE glassblowing by world class artisans! Seattle Glassblowing Studio specializes in glassblowing classes, offering: beginner lessons, workshops and hands-on experiences in our hot shop. Browse our elegant gallery for original hand-blown glass artwork or commission your own original piece. Our gallery features glass bowls, vases, sculptures, jewelry and much more! The rainbow of colors will stimulate your senses and provide you with an unforgettable experience - sure to be a highlight of your visit. Seattle Glassblowing Studio is located in the Belltown neighborhood of Downtown Seattle, underneath the Monorail at 5th Ave and Bell St. The studio is open 7 days a week: Mon - Sat: 9am-6pm, Sun: 10am-6pm. Admission is FREE!

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Our factory tours entertain you with the story of cocoa.

You’ll learn about the amazing transformation of the cocoa fruit into what we know and love as chocolate! We also touch on the social and environmental issues related to cocoa and cocoa farmers. Best of all, you’ll get to try our amazing products! The first half hour of the tour is seated, and the second part of the tour is spent in our factory observation room. You’ll see our factory, where we make chocolate from bean to bar.


The Museum of History & Industry’s (MOHAI) permanent exhibit, True Northwest: The Seattle Journey, traverses through the real Seattle story: from an age when Native American cultures first came into contact with Europeans to the region’s transformation into a major global hub.

Find out how the city rebuilt after a devastating fire, made a fortune in a legendary gold rush, reshaped its natural setting, boomed during two World Wars and two World’s Fairs, and challenged the status quo in the 20th century.

Pike Place Market is a special community within the heart of Seattle’s downtown. More than the city’s beloved public market, Pike Place Market is a vibrant neighborhood comprised of hundreds of farmers, craftspeople, small businesses and residents. Each group is an important and vital makeup of the Pike Place Neighborhood. 

These services are vitally supported by the Pike Place Market Foundation and her mascot, Rachel the Piggy Bank, a life-size bronze piggybank located under the Market clock and sign. Established in 1982,

The original inspiration for the Museum of Pop Culture was Jimi Hendrix, and with a permanent collection of more than 6000 Hendrix-related artifacts, we’ve explored Jimi’s life, career, and ongoing legacy over eight exhibitions and counting.

Jimi Hendrix Park is located next to the Northwest African American Museum in Seattle's vibrant Central District, a thriving multi-cultural community near where Jimi Hendrix grew up. 

Come experience the magic of glassblowing at Tacoma Glassblowing Studio. See glass in its purest form, create it with the help of our instructors, or purchase art already made. See what it’s like to be able to mold glass and create something by hand that will attract attention wherever you place it.

This is glassblowing and hand blown glass, and this is what we do at Tacoma Glassblowing Studio. If you’re local or just visiting, pay us a visit and see the amazing glass art we have on display. Also check out the glassblowing courses we are currently offering.

The aquarium has six different, fascinating exhibits; Window on Washington Waters, Underwater Dome, Life on the Edge, Birds & Shores, Pacific Coral Reef and Marine Mammals. It’s also extremely kid friendly with lots of fascinating things to keep them amazed and interested.

For example, they can touch the starfish and sea anemones and will delight in watching the huge octopus being fed, as well as donning a skin diving outfit themselves together with many more fun, interactive things. There is a very well stocked gift shop and nice café too.

Officially known as the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, the Ballard Locks is one of Seattle’s most popular tourist attractions, especially during the sunny months. The grounds also feature a fish ladder and the Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Garden — one of the most beautiful park settings in Seattle. 

Ride the Seattle Waterfront’s Ferris wheel and get a bird’s eye view of the pretty waterfront as well as Elliott Bay. With a height of 175 ft, you won’t miss a thing, and don’t worry about falling foul to the city’s sometimes damp weather; each gondola, which holds up to eight people, is fully enclosed.

The Ferris wheel staff are very friendly and helpful too. And after your trip, you will be able to purchase a picture from one of the onsite photographers as a nice memento.


When you want to take a break from all the fabulous sight seeing you’ve been doing in Seattle, why not take the family to the beautiful Snoqualmie Falls? The 268 ft high amazing waterfall lies just 80 miles east of Seattle, and you simply will not want to miss it.

Snoqualmie Falls was deemed to be so beautiful by the local Indian tribe, they consider it to be a sacred place. You can either admire the falls with a short stroll after parking the car, walking down a steep path to the plunge pool, or hike with the kids one mile to the base of the falls. The sight is so mesmerizing you’ll find it hard to turn away. There is a gift shop adjacent to the falls.


Pioneer Square: Pioneer Square is Seattle’s Original neighborhood dating back to 1852. Naturally, this historical community has experienced many changes over the course of time from natural disasters to the Gold Rush, political uprisings to urban renewals and from pioneers to a melting pot of demographics and businesses. It features the perfect balance of old coexisting with new. Imagine the history you will discover waltzing through its storied streets. Come experience the natural beauty of the neighborhood now the birthplace to thriving businesses, vibrant shops, lively arts, top rated eateries and night life ranging from manic to romantic. It's all here, waiting to be explored... Iron Pergola and Tlingit Indian Totem; King Street Station; Klondike's Gold Rush National Historical Park, Last Resort Fire Department Museum, Smith Tower Observatory, Spooked in Seattle, Waterfall Garden Park.......