Wrap-up your Alaskan cruise adventure on an award winning Show Me Seattle Tour, let our professional, friendly guides whisk you away for a comprehensive 3 hour overview of Seattle’s top destinations and attractions. You’ll experience the best the city has to offer; from the perfect selfie viewpoint to bustling downtown streets and quirky neighborhoods this tour offers a convenient and fun way to discover what makes Seattle such a beautiful and unique city.
WhenThis tour is offered on cruise departure days only
TimeFrom 9:00am to 1:00pm. Airport drop time: no later than 1:45pm
Meeting PlacePier 66 under sky-bridge and Pier 91 lane R
PriceAdult: $71.00 pp, Children under 12: $48.00 pp tax included
Transport14 passenger to 56 passenger luxury coaches
InclusionsTransportation from Pier 66 or 91 to either Sea-Tac hotels or Airport, 3 hour sightseeing tour, luggage stored on coach
Important InfoPlease remember to tip your driver guide 15% for baggage handling and touring. If your flight departs before 3:45pm please sign up for our Pre-Cruise Tour
Fremont Neighborhood & Magnolia Bluff
The views just keep coming! Along with our stop in Fremont, we’ll visit the rocky peaks and grassy knolls of Magnolia Bluff. This northwest Seattle neighborhood sits atop a peninsula looking out upon Elliott Bay. Watch ferries and boats float across the water, with West Seattle, Bainbridge Island, and even majestic Mt. Rainier in the distance on a clear day.
Dive right into the action with a visit to busy downtown Seattle, one of world's fastest growing cities, learn what's driving the growth and how it's transforming Seattle into a global powerhouse.
Space Needle & Seattle Center
Built for the World’s Fair of 1962, The 605 foot Space Needle stands as Seattle’s most recognizable landmark. This architectural wonder was the first structure of its kind in the world and boasts the world’s first revolving restaurant. Flanked on one side by the magnificent Experience Music Project, Designed by Frank Gheary, everything about this building screams pop-culture which is what this totally interactive museum is all about. On the other side of the Needle is Dale Chihuly’s glass museum and gardens. When local artists make good in Seattle, they tend to enjoy such accolades and honor as their own museums in the shadow of the Space Needle.
Pike Place Market
From the Salmon tossing fish mongers to the Bubble Gum Wall to the world’s first Starbucks, take in all the sights and sounds of the longest continually running authentic farmer’s market in the country.
Seattle’s historic district boasts the largest concentration of early 20th century Romanesque architecture in the United States. See the iconic Smith Tower, circa 1914, has the last manned elevator on the West coast.
International District & Waterfront
Home to Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Korea, Cambodian, and Hmong communities, this neighborhood continues to play a role in Seattle’s multicultural identity. Seattle’s waterfront includes the aquarium, ferris wheel, classic seafood restaurants, funky souvenir shops, historic piers and ferry and water taxi terminals.