Space Needle & Seattle Center Experience
- 2 hour Private Walking Tour
- 3 hour Private Walking Tour
- 4 hour Private Walking Tour
- 5 hour Private Walking Tour
- 6 hour Private Walking Tour
A private tour with WeVenture Seattle is always a completely custom itinerary, created just for you and your group! A private city walking tour of Seattle can be from 2 hours – 6 hours, depending on the destination. While many visitors to Seattle have specific sites they would like to see, many are happy to let our team create a custom itinerary that fits their interests, budget, mobility, and timeline. Typically, tours spend most of their time in and around central Seattle, but we welcome any ideas for your dream tour.
No two groups are alike and we will plan a trip tailored to your group’s interests, budget, and needs. Below are some sample itineraries to use as inspiration for your perfect tour:
Highlights Tour: Seattle Center has a wealth of art, cultural institutions, and more to explore, and this 2-3–hour walking tour will satisfy you with the absolutely must-sees of the city’s Uptown area. We’ll pass by the most iconic spots including the immediately recognizable Space Needle and two world-renowned institutions below, the Museum of Pop Culture and Chihuly Glass and Garden. Arrange for tickets during or after your tour to enjoy 360-degree views of the city, discover its legendary music scene and artists, and gaze upon a Seattle artist’s impossibly intricate glass sculptures.
Your local guide will introduce you to the Center’s outdoor art scattered throughout, including the musical International Fountain and larger-than-life works of art imitating nature. There will be time to check out a local radio station and grab a cup of coffee and a pastry while perusing vinyls at a local record store.
Half-Day Tour: A half-day option (4-6 hours) allows you and your party to enjoy everything in our Highlights version, with extra time to discover the excellent cafes and bakeries of Belltown.
Once everyone is caffeinated and nourished, we can head up the hill to one of Queen Anne’s parks, with fabulous views of the city skyline and Puget Sound. Alternatively, we can take a more leisurely stroll down to the waterfront, where your guide will introduce you to more artwork found throughout Olympic Sculpture Park.
A half-day option even allows us to really immerse ourselves in the history of the Seattle Center – created for the 1962 World’s Fair – by hopping aboard the Seattle Center Monorail. This quick but fun ride above the city streets will give you the chance to strike out on your own and explore the downtown area and its beautiful architecture!