Space Needle & Seattle Center Private Walking Tour
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- Discover the stories behind the art and history of Seattle Center
- Explore the neighborhood of Queen Anne and its Scandinavian history
- Enjoy a 360-degree tour with pre-arranged admission to the Seattle Space Needle
- Visit places linked with music history, including a beloved local radio station
- Relax at the International Fountain and other landmarks of Century 21 Expo fame
Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, Space Needle admission
Exclusions: food and drink, souvenirs, tips/gratuities for your guide
Seattle Center has a wealth of art, cultural institutions, and more to explore, and this two-hour Seattle walking tour will satisfy you with the absolutely must-sees of the city’s Uptown area.
During our Seattle Center walk, we’ll be passing by the most iconic spots including the immediately recognizable Space Needle and two world-renowned institutions below, the Museum of Pop Culture and Chihuly Garden and Glass.
Among the lesser-known attractions we might encounter on the tour are the historic Seattle Armory – a 1939 Washington National Guard building turned food hall – and McCaw Hall complex housing the Seattle Opera.
Your 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 on our tour to check out a local radio station and grab yourself a cup of coffee and a pastry while perusing vinyls at a local record store.
After exploring the grounds below, your tour guide will navigate you back to the Space Needle for a 360-degree 605-feet-high tour, where you’ll get a bird’s-eye view of the park and unbeatable vistas of the Seattle skyline and Puget Sound.