Excursions in Seattle - WA
There is no better way to see Seattle than from the water. Celebrate the breath-taking beauty of the Pacific Northwest cruising around the Puget Sound area. All have live narration, wonderful views and feature Seattle's famous places. Choose from one of the options operating from the historic downtown Seattle waterfront, South Lake Union and Kirkland City Dock.
This 4-hour adventure begins with an Argosy cruise on Puget Sound to Blake Island. Enjoy an appetizer of clams and nectar and enter the longhouse for a buffet meal including salmon baked on cedar stakes in traditional Northwest Coast Indian style. At the end of the meal, the lights dim for an enchanting show including storytelling and dance performed in the spirit of Northwest Coast Indians.
Get the Seattle City Pass, the best deal in the Emerald City. Your Seattle City Pass gives you tickets to SeattleÂ´s premier attractions, saving you time and money. Visit six famous Seattle attractions for one low price.
Includes prepaid admission to following attractions; the Space Needle, Seattles world-famous symbol with day and night access to towering views of the city (includes two visits to the top within 24 hours); Seattle Aquarium, where sea life floats above you (includes general admission to all major exhibits and frequent interpretive shows); Argosy Cruises Harbour Tour, enjoy stunning views of the Seattle skyline on this one-hour narrated harbour tour that circles Elliot Bay and Seattle Harbour; Pacific Science Centre, Washington States leading institution for fun(includes general admission and tropical butterfly house, plus a 2-D or 3-D IMAX movie); the EMP Museum, where music meets science fiction - explore some of the most significant moments in rock music, science fiction, and popular culture and a choice between the Woodland Park Zoo or The Museum of Flight.
Get to see more and beat the queues Seattle City Pass is good for nine days, beginning with the first date of use perfect for a weekend getaway or a longer vacation. Also included in your City Pass booklet is attraction information, transport directions, maps and discounts packed with useful information, including hours of operation, transport and contact information, plus insider tips so you can get the most out of your visit to Seattle.
Savor Seattle Food offers award-winning food tours that explore the exciting history, culture, and food that makes Seattle a top culinary destination, tantalizing your taste buds with Pacific Northwest seafood, fine wine, gourmet chocolate, and much, much more! Laugh and learn as we take you behind the scenes to meet our intimate friends Seattles most talented food artisans. Choose from one of the tours below.
Intense and beautiful, Snoqualmie Falls tumble over 268-foot granite cliffs into an emerald canyon below. Escape the city and spend this morning exploring the banks of these falls. Embark on an interpretive hike into the surrounding evergreen corridors with your naturalist guide. Learn the local ecology as you spot for wildlife. The day finishes with a drive through Snoqualmie Valley, as you travel in plush, bio-diesel vans.
Savour some of Mother Natures finest works with an ActiVino! outdoor adventure. Whether you are looking for your next big great outdoors experience or just enjoy trying something new; join our evergreen escapes experts on a guided tour with your choice of hiking or paddling. Choose either the Kayak & Wine tour or the Waterfalls & Wine tour.
Surrounded by stunning wilderness and waterways, the Emerald City is defined by its natural beauty and eclectic urban charm. Explore Seattle as only our naturalist guides can reveal it. On this half-day journey, visit iconic landmarks, historic districts, city woodlands, locks, and Discovery Park, the citys most spectacular natural preserve.
This beautiful journey takes you into the heart of Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. Witness how the ecosystem is recovering and the on-going reforestation project. Just miles from the crater, view the steaming volcano. Then head out with your naturalist guide on a walk to learn about how volcanoes are monitored and the geological events surrounding the 1980 eruption.
Washingtons crown-jewel, the 14,000ft (4,400 m) high Mount Rainier, is encased in more than 35 square miles of snow and ice. Binoculars and cameras are a must on this day-long expedition amid this active volcanos surrounding old-growth forests, alpine meadows, lakes and waterfalls. Your guide will deepen the small-group experience with naturalist interpretation as you take in the sights and sounds along the drive, and while walking or snowshoeing in the park.
Seattle Craft Brews and Views - Seattles wealth of micro-breweries that craft distinguished beers is touted worldwide. Experience the city from a beer-lovers perspective on this afternoon ramble. Sample stouts, ambers, and ales at some of the regions best breweriesfrom iconic hotspots to locals only watering holes. Learn the history of the local brewing industry, and sightsee through downtowns vibrant neighborhoods.
The San Juan archipelago harbours near-mythical beauty amid its undeveloped islands and seascapes. Its historical relevance is just as intriguing. Spend the day discovering this remote wilderness with a naturalist guide. As the morning ferry cruises to Friday Harbor, keep an eye out for marine life and birds.
Just outside Seattle lies Woodinville wine country, boasting almost 100 wineries and tasting rooms. On this half-day quest, visit three award-winning wineries that deliver on elegance but leave the pretence at the door. Meet winemakers, tour wineries and taste fine wine, local meats and cheeses while our expert guides explain everything you need to know about viticulture.