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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 
MITS Altair 8800

Seattle Tech Tour

There is no doubt that Seattle is a tech town. Seattle’s is the birthplace of such technology giants as Microsoft, Amazon.com and AT&T Wireless. Companies like Nintendo have also made Seattle their North American home.  Read More 
Tillicum Village

Tillicum Village

Tillicum Village is a Seattle tourist destination that highlights the Northwest Coast Native Americans and gives a glimpse into their culture. While on the touristy side, a trip to Tillicum Village does provide a variety of fun and interesting experiences and a tasty traditional Northwest meal.  Read More 
Bars of chocolate wait to be packaged at Theo Chocolate in Fremont, Seattle.

Theo Chocolate

As kids, you may have read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and fantasized about getting that golden ticket to visit Willy Wonka at his chocolate factory. While we are pretty sure that there are no employees named Wonka, and there are no Oompa-Loompas singing and dancing, you can fulfill your childhood chocolate factory fantasies at …  Read More 
Kenmore Air Seaplane

Fly in a Seaplane

Water, mountains and islands dominate the Puget Sound landscape. There are a lot of ways to tour the area by vehicle or boat, but nothing gives you the unique perspective of checking out the area on a seaplane. Check out the amazing sights of Seattle from above in a low-flying plane, plus you get the added …  Read More 
Orca Whale

Whale Watching Tour

Whale watching is cool for precisely two reasons: You can see Orcas in their natural habitat, learn about their migration patterns and eating habits, and watch them do their fancy dances in and out of the water. Even on the nicest day, you’re in for some chilly breezes.  Read More 
Market Ghost Tour

Market Ghost Tours

With Halloween so close, it seems appropriate to mention some spooooooky things to do in Seattle. And since you know how we love the Pike Place Market, might we suggest the Market Ghost Tour?  Read More 
Spooked in Seattle

Spooked in Seattle

After you take the Market Ghost Tour, you’ll probably be curious about whether other parts of the city are just as haunted. With Spooked in Seattle, you can choose from several tour options: the pier, Pioneer Square, or Capitol Hill.  Read More 
Take a Food Tour of Pike Place Market

Take a Food Tour of Pike Place Market

Many of us have been through Pike Place Market to take our pre-requisite photo with Rachel the Pig and watch the brawny fish mongers throw fish around. For a truly unique take on the Market, consider a food tour.   Read More 
Microsoft Visitor Center

Microsoft Visitor Center

If you’ve ever owned or used a personal computer, chances are you’ve used software developed by Microsoft right here in the Seattle area. The titan of the Seattle technology industry is headquartered at their campus in Redmond, Washington, and hosts visitors at the Microsoft Visitor Center.  Read More