- By Kevin
- On Apr 13, 2017
- North America
- Travel Tips
I've been to Seattle many, many times and I still enjoy the tours. Whether you're alone, with a loved one or the family, Seattle offers great tours to suit your situation. If you're going to Seattle for the first time, or if you don't know the city that well, I 'd recommend taking a tour. I've been to Seattle many, many times and I still enjoy the tours. Whether you're alone, with a loved one or the family, Seattle offers great tours to suit your situation.
Family Fun Tour
You'll start out on land, hitting downtown Seattle, and wrap things up by venturing into Lake Union to look at famous houseboats and more.
While this first tour is fun for anyone, it's especially fun for families. You can tour Seattle by land and sea in a cool amphibious Word War II vehicle with Ride the Ducks of Seattle.
Sure, you can tour Seattle by land and sea, but why not air? Olde Thyme Aviation offers a fantastic aerial tour.
The biplane is fully restored and ready to take you on the tour of your life. Enjoy the crisp, clean Seattle air as you look down on Seattle. The takeoff point is the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field.
As they say, you can "nibble your way through Chinatown." You'll be immersed in music, herbal medicine, acupuncture and shopping. This is one unique tour.
Even if you aren't Asian, Chinatown is a fantastic, interesting place. Chinatown Discovery Tours allows you to customize a personal tour through this fascinating area.
Sports Fan's Tours
Safeco Field is right next to Qwest Field. With this tour, you'll visit the press box, luxury suites, visitor's clubhouse and the field.
When a game is going on, you just head to your seat and that's it. Now, you can take a complete Qwest Field tour that will guide you through the luxury suites, visitor's clubhouse and even the field.
Okay sports fans here are the tours for you. While I can't imagine anyone not being a Seattle Seahawks or Seattle Mariners fan, it's okay if you're not. Qwest Field, where the Hawks play, and Safeco Field, where the M's play, offer special tours that you'll love.
Enjoy the Architecture
As you might have guessed, this tour is all about the architecture of Seattle. Personally guided tours explore various buildings in Seattle, including the downtown buildings, skyscrapers, historic theaters, and more.
Sure, you can tour Seattle by land and sea, but why not air? Qwest Field, where the Hawks play, and Safeco Field, where the M's play, offer special tours that you'll love.
You can wrap up your Seattle stay by taking a tour from Seattle Architecture Tours.