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09 May 2019
Seattle cited as the largest city in Puget Sound is located on the majestic shoreline of Elliott Bay and offers spectacular views of Mount Rainier to its south, the Cascade Mountains to its east and the Olympic Mountains to its west. Its historical background, natural beauty, astonishing house boat communities in Lake Union and downtown highlights attract millions of tourists every year to view the majestic Emerald city. With a half day tour in Seattle ( naturenutstravel.com/half day tour ), you can explore the most popular places in downtown Seattle including the Pike Place Market, The Space Needle, Queen Anne Hill, Original Starbucks, Gas Works Park, Lake Union’s house boat communities, Children museum, etc. under a knowledgeable guide’s supervision.

The Package

Pike Place Market

Opened in 1907, it’s the oldest pubic farmer’s market in the US and business place for small farmers, craftsmen, and merchants. Counting over 10 million visitors annually, the oldest market in Seattle boasts of being of one of the most admired tourist destination places and is cited to be 33rd tourist attractions worldwide. Located on a steep hill, it features a variety of shops that deal in antique, collective shops, comic books while you’ll come across fishmongers, craft stalls and more.

The Space Needle

An emblem of Seattle, the observatory deck welcomes nearly 20, 000 visitors. Equipped with elevators, tourists can reach its top (184 M.) in 41 seconds and enjoy the panoramic view of Seattle downtown, peaks of Mt. Rainier, Mt. Baker, Elliot Bay and all inlands surrounding it from the Needle top. It has a rotating restaurant at its 500 ft height and having a capacity to withstand winds up to 200 mph or 320 km/h and an earthquake up to 9.0 magnitudes.

Original Starbucks

Established in 1971, it’s recognized as the pioneering Starbucks store and attracts tourist all over the world for its historic significance.

Gas Works Park

Located on the northern shore of Lake Union, Gas Works Park ranks as one of the strangest perks in the World, contains remnants of oldest coal gasification plant in the US. Incorporated with numerous old plants, many of them have been reconditioned while numerous stand as ruins for their historical importance. Included with a children’s ‘play barn’ in 2013, it has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in America.

Queen Anne Hill

The hill town (456 ft/139 m) is documented for its architectural style mansions built by the cultural elite society of the city in the 19th century. Enclosed by Belltown, Lake Union, and Lake Washington Ship Canal in the south, east, and north it offers a bird’s eye view of the Seattle downtown and snow-capped Mt, Rainier on a clear day.

The tour also includes visiting Children’s Museum, Chihuly Glass Museum, and more of downtown.

Tour Highlights

Customized

The half-day tour in Seattle organizers specializes in small group tours with flexible pricing advantage for groups sizing 2-14 people in per trip. Choosing a private tour helps the organizer to customize your tour plan fitting to your needs.

Transport

You’ll have a relaxing ride in a high-roof Ford super luxury vehicle with separate space for accommodating extra luggage. Complimentary collapsible wheelchairs and child booster seats are also provided with advance notice.

Timing

Morning tour beings sharp at 9.00 A.M/ Afternoon session beings at 2.00 P.M. if your group needs to customize the pick-up time that can also be arranged as per advance information.

Tour Duration -4 ½ hours

Pick Up/ Drop-Off

With door to door services, half-day tour in Seattle ( https://www.naturenutstravel.com/ ) service can pick you up from any hotel located in Seattle downtown, Sea-Tac Airport or Seattle’s cruise terminal point. Similarly, the guide will drop you off at any of the above spots as intimated by you.

Enjoy a Full Day Tour

The specially designed 8-hours excursion planned at 9 A.M tends to be a great opportunity to get to the incredible sites outside Seattle including a glimpse of the rocky Cascade Mountains, 268 foot high Snoqualmie Falls and a complimentary experience of having a taste of wine in Woodinville.


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