Seattle Tourist Attractions

Many of Seattle's tourist attractions can be accessed at no or reduced admission by buying a Seattle City Pass ( Adult passes cost $99.00 (or 93.59 euros) and child passes $79.00 (or 74.68 euros). They are valid for 9 days and include attractions like the Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, Arogsy Cruises Harbour Tour, Museum of Pop Culture, Woodland Park Zoo, Chilhuly Garden and Pacific Science Center.

Seattle also offers numerous tours. Here's a small selection:

Pike Place Market Chef-Guided Food Tour

You'll meet your chef-guide at Seattle Coffee Works, 107 Pike Street. The chef, donning a black chef coat, will be taking you to places like Beecher's Mac N Cheese, Elleno's Yogurt, Pike Place Chowder, Chukar Cherries and other artisan outlets, allowing your taste buds to discover Pike Place Market's treasures through several tastings.

Snoqualmie Falls & Woodinville Wine Tasting

Snoqaulmie Falls boast an impressive 82-meter drop and lies to the east of Seattle along the Snoqualmie River. Close by attractions include Fall City Wallaby Ranch, Northwest Railway Museum and Fall City Floating, all within a 20-minute drive of the Falls. Afterwards, your tour takes you through historic agricultural landscapes, which traditionally produced dairy products before turning to grapes and wine-production. Your tour includes three wineries with tastings, before you return to your Seattle accommodation. Meeting point is at the cruise terminal or your hotel and Hotel Monaco at 1101 4th Avenue S.

Seattle Self-Guided Audio Tour

This enjoyable 3-hour tour takes you and an MP3 audio player past some of the city's best landmarks, including Space Needle and Pike Place Market, Alki Point and Westlake Center, where you can ride the famous Monorail to rest your feet for a while. The tour also goes past Seattle Art Museum and crosses Pioneer Square. Starting point is Victor Steinbrueck Park.

Seattle Urban Adventure Scavenger Hunt

Hunting in Seattle? This fun tour takes about 3 hours and is designed for up to 6 people. You'll get to see quite a few of the most famous sites, but also discover some of Seattle's best-kept secrets and gems. Your hunt starts at the Seattle Center, before running along Space Needle and Pike Place Market area, Post Alley, Gum Wall and Seattle Art Museum. Suitable for young travelers, the tour requires about 2 miles of walking with a short ride on the Seattle Monorail included in the game.

Chef-Guided Chocolate & Coffee Walking Tour in Downtown Seattle

Two of the most chocolatey hours you'll ever spent! The tour begins at Cedar & Spokes' back room, where a passionate local roaster will tell you the secrets behind the (arguably) best coffee-roast in town, before they'll let you drink one of their tasty coffees. The chocolatey treat is provided by Theo's Chocolate, and you'll find out a bit about chocolate-making too later at a chocolate factory.

Want more? Try the Sky View Observatory tour or the aforementioned attractions with your Seattle City Pass. Your 9-day visit will fly by!

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