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Seattle Tours & Activities

BEST SEATTLE TOURS

There are so many things to see and activities to do in Seattle that it can be difficult to fit them all into a few days. A sightseeing tour from Seattle is a great way to get a taste of a city’s attractions and help you decide where you want to focus the rest of your visit.

SEATTLE CITY TOURS

Take a ride behind the wheel on this tour of Seattle neighborhoods and attractions. Our expert guides make history come alive as they share their favorite parts of the city, including Pikes Place Market, Pioneer Square and Ballard Locks.

TOUR MT. RAINIER FROM SEATTLE

Climb aboard a clean, comfortable mini-coach and let our professional, enthusiastic, and informative guides whisk you away to enjoy a memorable day of exploring Mt. Rainier. Enjoy hiking and walking through forests, wildflower-filled meadows, and thundering waterfalls as you experience glacier-clad Mt. Rainier up close. Bring a camera on the tour as well as comfortable walking shoes!

PRIVATE SEATTLE TOURS

If you are looking for an even more unique Seattle Experience, we offer private tours, as well as charter bus rentals and transportation services. We’re happy to accommodate our guests in the best ways we have possible. If there’s a private option you do not see available, please reach out so we can work together to make your experience a memorable one.

PLANNING A SEATTLE TEAM BUILDING EVENT OR CORPORATE OUTING?

Work hard and play hard – Bond over a Mt. Rainier tour, or learn more about our City. We recommend combining learning and fun, by combining your business trip with a custom tour of Seattle. Our team of experience coordinators will create a custom team building experience for groups of any size in Seattle.

OTHER ACTIVITIES TO DO IN SEATTLE & PLACES TO VISIT

When traveling with Tours Northwest, here are just a few places you would see along the way that may spark your interest.

PIKE PLACE MARKET:

Established in 1907, Pike Place Market is one of the longest continually operated public farmers’ markets in the United States. Whether you are looking for a unique souvenir or a delicious bite to eat, Pike Place Market is sure to fit the bill.

PIONEER SQUARE:

Once the heart of the city, this historic neighborhood is home to many of Seattle’s best art galleries and restaurants. You may also want to check out the speakeasy at the top of the Smith Tower or the Klondike Gold Rush National Park.

SEATTLE CENTER:

Seattle Center is where you will find Seattle’s iconic Space Needle, but it is also home to The Monorail, Key Arena, The International Fountain, MoPop, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Pacific Science Center, and Seattle’s Children’s Museum. Needless to say, there is plenty to do there.