Seattle, WA

Author: Eli Duke | | Attribute: Creative Commons

Seattle is anything but ordinary. It’s a place where bike messengers share elevators with world-renowned researchers. Where fishermen have lunch alongside top surgeons. It’s a city where the extraordinary is commonplace and commonplace is anything but. And if you look closely, you just might discover that in Seattle there are amazing things happening all around you.

Here are some great things to do in Seattle,WA after booking your Group Hotel through

  • Savor Seattle Food Tours: Savor Seattle Food Tours offers three different food & cultural tours that explore Pike Place Market, the gourmet restaurant scene, and indulgent chocolate! Each tour offers a large variety of tastings (20+), while visiting 6-10 different specialty food shops, artisans, and neighborhood restaurants. Tours operate daily year-round, are 2-3 hours long, and range between $37 – $59, depending on the tour. The tours focus on F.L.O.S.S. (fresh, local, organic, seasonal, and sustainable) foods and beverages. Enough food is served on each tour that most guests consider it a meal.
  • Seattle by Foot: Take Seattle By Foot and experience the best of the Emerald City. People come from around the world for our unique walking tours that highlight the sights, sounds and tastes of Seattle.Enjoy a robust blend of coffee and culture on Seattle’s Original Coffee Crawl. Explore Seattle from A-to-Z with the City Tour. Join the Pub Crawl to discover Seattle’s microbrews. Experience a tour like no other with Sports On Tap.
  • Ride the Ducks of Seattle: Tour Seattle by land and water on a WWII amphibious landing craft! You’ll see all the sites of Seattle including the Seattle waterfront, Qwest Field, Safeco Field, historical Pioneer Square, Pike Place Market and the downtown shopping district! Then, head out to Fremont where you’ll SPLASH into Lake Union to see Gasworks Park, the Sleepless in Seattle floating home and a breath-taking view of the Seattle skyline! Along the way, your Wacky Captain will tell jokes, play music and tell you all about the city! It’s a party on wheels that floats!
  • Museum of Flight: From the first primitive glider designed by the Wright brothers to the stealthy “Blackbird” capable of Mach 3 and an 80,000 ft ceiling – the museum has assembled a massive collection of flying machines. Situated at Boeing Field in Seattle just west of I-5, it is easy to find (just 10 minutes from downtown or SeaTac airport).
  • Pike Place Market: Pike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States. The Market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continually operated public farmers’ markets in the United States. It is a place of business for many small farmers, craftspeople and merchants. Named after the central street, Pike Place runs northwest from Pike Street to Virginia Street, and remains one of Seattle’s most popular tourist destinations. The Market is built on the edge of a steep hill, and consists of several lower levels located below the main level. Each features a variety of unique shops. Antique dealers, comic book sellers, small family-owned restaurants, while the area contains one of the few remaining head shops left in Seattle. The upper street level contains fishmongers, fresh produce stands and craft stalls operating in the covered arcades. Local farmers and craftspeople sell year-round in the arcades from tables they rent from the Market on a daily basis, in accordance with the Market’s mission and founding goal: allowing consumers to “Meet the Producer.”