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Ride the Ducks

Ride the Ducks

There are many cities in this country that are lucky enough to be located near the water. Only the best of the best, however, can claim to have one extra-special thing: Amphibious Vehicle Tours. Better known as Ride the Ducks.  Read More 
Duck Dodge - Lake Union

Duck Dodge

Maybe you took our advice and learned to sail? If you’ve got your sea legs, visit Lake Union on Tuesday nights throughout the summer for a Duck Dodge sailboat race.  Read More 
Seattle Ferry Service

Sunday Ice Cream Cruise on Lake Union

Seattle Ferry Service offers a Sunday Ice Cream Cruise on Lake Union aboard the M/V Fremont Avenue boat. They give you a 45 minute ride around Lake Union where you will get to see the Lake Union floating homes, Dale Chihuly’s glass art studio, and Gas Works Park. For movie buffs, they’ll also be sure …  Read More 
Lake Union Park

Lake Union Park

Seattle’s latest cool thing to do is Lake Union Park, a brand-new park that just opened today on the southern shore of Lake Union. The gem of a park just north of downtown, provides a relaxing place to enjoy the lake right in the middle of the city. The new park includes a model boat …  Read More 
Waterways Cruise

Thanksgiving Day Dinner Cruise

Save yourself some work in the kitchen and celebrate Thanksgiving Day with 2.5 hour dinner cruise on Lake Union and Lake Washington. Waterways Cruises is decking out their boats with a buffet of traditional Thanksgiving selections and live music while you take in beautiful water views.  Read More 
Lake Union Houseboats

Lake Union Houseboats

A uniquely Seattle form of living immortalized in the movie Sleepless in Seattle, houseboats currently line the shores of Lake Union and Portage Bay. Actually, calling them houseboats is a bit of a misnomer. Most of them are floating homes that are permanently attached to their docks. A true houseboat will have its own means …  Read More 
Gasworks Park Kite Shop

Gasworks Park Kite Shop

Gasworks Park is a popular Seattle park, offering views of Lake Union and downtown Seattle amongst the remnants of an old coal processing plant. With lots of open space, it is also a perfect spot to fly a kite, so it should come as no surprise that a couple of blocks away is the Gasworks …  Read More 
Family 4th Fireworks at Lake Union

Fireworks at Lake Union

The 4th of July in Seattle means some of the nations most impressive fireworks in one of the most picturesque settings of any major city. The fireworks are launched from a barge on Lake Union, just north of downtown Seattle, so the fireworks are set against a backdrop of downtown Seattle and the Space Needle.  Read More