Beginning of main content

Change your Search

Amazing! 4.6/5 Expedia Guest Rating

In the comfort of an air-conditioned tour bus, see quintessential Seattle highlights like the Pike Place Market, Seattle Waterfront, Space Needle, and historic Pioneer Square.

With over-sized windows, ample leg room, and a witty and informative tour guide, you're off to discover the scenic beauty of Seattle's diverse neighborhoods. See downtown Seattle and the famous Pike Place Market, known for its "flying fish" and the original Starbucks, which is still serving up signature drinks.

A stop at Pioneer Square takes you back to the founding days of Seattle. The founders settled here in 1852, and the neighborhood architecture is still characteristic of that era.

Visit the Seattle Waterfront and enjoy panoramic views of the Puget Sound. Stop for picture opportunities of the city skyline, with its dramatic mountains, including Mt. Rainier as a backdrop.

The Ballard Locks were built in 1911 and continue to provide a link between the Puget Sound, Lake Union, and Lake Washington. Stand on the edge of the canal and watch boat traffic pass by, as water levels are adjusted in the locks. Also, see a man-made fish ladder allowing salmon to pass between fresh and salt water.

In the comfort of an air-conditioned tour bus, see quintessential Seattle highlights like the Pike Place Market, Seattle Waterfront, Space Needle, and historic Pioneer Square.

With over-sized windows, ample leg room, and a witty and informative tour guide, you're off to discover the scenic beauty of Seattle's diverse neighborhoods. See downtown Seattle and the famous Pike Place Market, known for its "flying fish" and the original Starbucks, which is still serving up signature drinks.

A stop at Pioneer Square takes you back to the founding days of Seattle. The founders settled here in 1852, and the neighborhood architecture is still characteristic of that era.

Visit the Seattle Waterfront and enjoy panoramic views of the Puget Sound. Stop for picture opportunities of the city skyline, with its dramatic mountains, including Mt. Rainier as a backdrop.

The Ballard Locks were built in 1911 and continue to provide a link between the Puget Sound, Lake Union, and Lake Washington. Stand on the edge of the canal and watch boat traffic pass by, as water levels are adjusted in the locks. Also, see a man-made fish ladder allowing salmon to pass between fresh and salt water.

Show less

Check Availability

1 PM Tour

Duration 3h Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
There are errors on the form.

Please fix the following errors to continue:

per adult
$69

Total price is $69, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

10 AM Tour

Duration 3h Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
There are errors on the form.

Please fix the following errors to continue:

per adult
$69

Total price is $69, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

11 AM Tour

Duration 3h Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
There are errors on the form.

Please fix the following errors to continue:

per adult
$69

Total price is $69, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

2 PM Tour

Duration 3h Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
There are errors on the form.

Please fix the following errors to continue:

per adult
$69

Total price is $69, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

9 AM Tour

Duration 3h Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
There are errors on the form.

Please fix the following errors to continue:

per adult
$69

Total price is $69, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

Seattle City Tour

Activity/Location

Seattle

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Hotel Pickup

    Seattle


Description

In the comfort of an air-conditioned tour bus, see quintessential Seattle highlights like the Pike Place Market, Seattle Waterfront, Space Needle, and historic Pioneer Square.

With over-sized windows, ample leg room, and a witty and informative tour guide, you're off to discover the scenic beauty of Seattle's diverse neighborhoods. See downtown Seattle and the famous Pike Place Market, known for its "flying fish" and the original Starbucks, which is still serving up signature drinks.

A stop at Pioneer Square takes you back to the founding days of Seattle. The founders settled here in 1852, and the neighborhood architecture is still characteristic of that era.

Visit the Seattle Waterfront and enjoy panoramic views of the Puget Sound. Stop for picture opportunities of the city skyline, with its dramatic mountains, including Mt. Rainier as a backdrop.

The Ballard Locks were built in 1911 and continue to provide a link between the Puget Sound, Lake Union, and Lake Washington. Stand on the edge of the canal and watch boat traffic pass by, as water levels are adjusted in the locks. Also, see a man-made fish ladder allowing salmon to pass between fresh and salt water.


Highlights

  • Sightseeing tour of iconic Seattle neighborhoods

  • Panoramic views of a city amid natural beauty

  • Informative stop at historic Pioneer Square

  • Over-sized tour bus windows for optimal viewing

  • Chance to see rising Ballard Locks & a man-made fish ladder


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Seattle

  • Roundtrip transportation from your Seattle hotel


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 72 hours before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

Seattle, United States