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Subterranean Seattle Walking History Tour

Subterranean Seattle Walking History Tour - Seattle, Washington
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$19.00

Go underground on a 1-hour walking history tour through Seattle's original neighborhood, Pioneer Square. Join a guide and small group below street level to see Seattle as it existed in the 1890s ... More info ›

Go underground on a 1-hour walking history tour through Seattle's original neighborhood, Pioneer Square. Join a guide and small group below street level to see Seattle as it existed in the 1890s. Explore underground pathways that were built more than 120 years ago, learning details on early Seattle history, why these spaces were built, and how they have been used (and misused) over the years. Marvel at how this once Indian encampment has since transformed into one of the 20 largest cities in the United States. 

Your tour begins at 102 Cherry Street, just off 1st Avenue in Pioneer Square. Here, you'll greet your guide before delving into the depths of underground Seattle and and its history during a subterranean walk through the city’s original neighborhood, Pioneer Square.

Your guide regales you with stories of Seattle’s past, from its role in the Klondike Gold Rush to the notorious Skid Row, once Pioneer Square’s main hub. Wander among darkened passageways, occasionally popping up to street level, as you traverse approximately three blocks and cover more than a century of history.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes: this 1-hour tour includes six flights of single-story stairs as well as a variety of surfaces, many of them uneven.

Your tour concludes at Occidental Park, around 3 blocks from the start point. 

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Pacific Northwest Peaks & Pours

Pacific Northwest Peaks & Pours - Seattle, Washington

Duration: 8 days
Location: Seattle, Washington

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$3060.00

Pacific Northwest Peaks & Pours tour is a craft beer enthusiasts dream come true. The 8-day excursion winds its way from Seattle to Portland, Ashland and Bend, with behind-the-scenes tours and tastings as some of the countries most coveted breweries ... More info ›

Pacific Northwest Peaks & Pours tour is a craft beer enthusiasts dream come true. The 8-day excursion winds its way from Seattle to Portland, Ashland and Bend, with behind-the-scenes tours and tastings as some of the countries most coveted breweries. Along the way we will experiences the iconic sites of the region and make sure you have plenty of down time to enjoy exploring on your own.

2018 Departure Dates:

June 20
July 11
August 8
September 19

DAY 1: This evening, mingle with other group members at a meet and greet reception hosted by our guide, a beer aficionado and destination specialist.
DAY 2: Tour Seattle, visiting colorful neighborhoods and iconic attractions such as historic Pioneer Square, and the Space Needle. This afternoon is reserved for tastings. The city’s small-batch producers tend to know their stuff, producing solid line-ups of supremely drinkable IPAs, stouts and more.
DAY 3: Members of the Pike Place Market community will guide us through the market ensuring we receive special treatment. Meet the Market’s lively characters and hear their memorable stories. Upon arrival in Portland, there’ll be time to relax, before meeting up for a special evening program. Use real ghost hunting equipment to visit known ghostly places and get behind the scenes to understand a true view into the reality of paranormal investigations.
Day 4: Portland sits on the Columbia and Willamette rivers, in the shadow of snow-capped Mount Hood. We’ll enjoy an orientation tour of the city and its iconic gardens. This afternoon, explore more of the city on a bicycle tour that will take us to breweries a walking tour to some of the downtown area’s most unique restaurants, food emporiums and food trucks.
DAY 5: Visit Columbia River Gorge and experience the power and beauty of nature up close at Multnomah Falls, a 611-foot-tall roaring, awe-inspiring cascade of icy water. We’ll then stop at some of the 12 breweries in this area.
DAY 6: Travel to Crater Lake National Park. Created by a collapsed volcano after a violent eruption more than 7,000 years ago, scientists marvel at its purity. Fed only by rain and snow, it’s the deepest lake in the US at nearly 2,000 feet. A National Park Ranger will talk to us about the Park’s origins and special features before we take a leisurely hike. Ranked in the top 10 of “The 100 Best Small Art Towns in America,” Ashland is a cultural hot spot, with award-winning galleries, theaters and restaurants.
DAY 7: Tour the city of Eugene, home to the University of Oregon and a prominent arts community. After a short walking tour, we’ll stop in an area of Eugene aligned with local breweries, all part of Eugene’s Ale Trail. This evening arrive in the coastal community of Cannon Beach which combines the inspiring beauty of the Oregon Coast with a picture-perfect village by the sea.
Day 8: Start the day with a walk on the beach to dramatic shoreline rock formations like Haystack Rock, one of Oregon’s most recognizable landmarks, rising 235 feet from the edge of the shoreline. Cannon Beach also offers the quintessential small beach town experience. Wander the picturesque sidewalks and courtyards of downtown Cannon Beach to discover art galleries, specialty shops and public art.

 

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Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Tour

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Tour - Seattle, Washington

Duration: 9 hours 30 minutes
Location: Seattle, Washington

From USD
$109.00

The tour begins in Seattle in comfortable coaches to the scenic farmlands of the Skagit Valley, home of the largest producers of Tulip Bulbs in North America. You'll visit beautiful tulip gardens and walk around acres of fields of tulips in the morning and then have a midday break in LaConner, rated "The Most Romantic Getaway" in Washington State ... More info ›

The tour begins in Seattle in comfortable coaches to the scenic farmlands of the Skagit Valley, home of the largest producers of Tulip Bulbs in North America. You'll visit beautiful tulip gardens and walk around acres of fields of tulips in the morning and then have a midday break in LaConner, rated "The Most Romantic Getaway" in Washington State. During this time you can enjoy a meal at many of their highly rated restaurants or shop at the wonderful boutiques and stores. Next up will be a stop at another tulip farm with an indoor display and alternating rows of colors in their fields. The tour includes commentary on the tulip growing process as well as simple photo tips to take better photos throughout the day. Your tulip day trip includes round-trip hotel transport from the Seattle Sheraton Hotel with all garden admission fees included.

Your day will begin with a 7:30 AM departure from the centrally located Downtown Seattle Sheraton Hotel in a comfortable coach where you'll meet your guide. 

Departing from Seattle, during the hour and a half drive to the tulip fields you may see Snow Geese that winter over in the Skagit Valley as they come from Wrangel Island off of Siberia every year. Driving through the valley, you'll have your first sighting of tulip fields as we arrive at the first display gardens at Roozenggarde with VIP entrance and admission fee included. Here you will have over an hour to enjoy the five-acre display garden with over half a million bulbs painstakingly planted by hand along with a 25-acre field of tulips for those beautiful scenic photographs with the Cascade foothills in the background. 

After your visit to the gardens, there will be a short 15-minute drive to La Conner, Washington. Here you will have the opportunity to enjoy a meal (lunch at your own expense) at the many wonderful restaurants with menus for all price ranges. Your guide will give you a range of choices and recommendations, or you can bring your own meal to enjoy at the many vantage points along the waterfront boardwalk. If you like to shop, you will have adequate time after your lunch to explore the boutiques and a fantastic array of shops in this quaint little village.  

Your next stop on the tulip tour is a short ten-minute drive to Tulip Town with the admission fee, and VIP entrance included also. Here you will see beautiful fields with lots of alternating colors about every ten rows, creating a rainbow of colors for those perfect photographic moments. You can also take a tractor-pulled trolley ride around the fields for an elevated view for a small additional cost. You'll also marvel at the indoor display with beautiful hand-painted murals and new varieties of tulips available to order. If you'd like to bring tulips home with you, this is the perfect place to purchase cut tulips, as well as beautiful handmade birdhouses. 

Your Tulip Festival full-day tour ends with return transport back to the downtown Seattle Sheraton Hotel between 5-5:30 PM, depending on traffic.

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