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Seattle: Underground Donut Tour

1. Seattle: Underground Donut Tour

Take a donut tour of the Emerald City, and discover the best Seattle has to offer. At each location, you will taste a curated sample of the best donuts. Some of the stops on this downtown tour include Top Pot Doughnuts, Dahlia Bakery, and Daily Dozen Doughnuts, all of which are authentic donut institutions. This 2-hour walking tour is led by a passionate donut expert, who will guide you to some of Seattle's best donut locales. The tour can cater to all size groups, both large and small. The donut tour is great for bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthdays, family reunions, weekend getaways, or even corporate events.

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Seattle: Walking Chocolate Tour with Tastings

2. Seattle: Walking Chocolate Tour with Tastings

Reintroduce yourself to chocolate and the cacao bean with this tour of Seattle's chocolate. Learn the story behind each tasting, the history of cacao, and the importance of chocolate in this city. Sample 12 delights at 6 places. Choose from group and private options. Travel to 6 local restaurants, bakeries, and chocolatiers which may include Cupcake Royale, Tom Douglas's Dahlia Bakery, Indi Chocolate, Joe Chocolate, The Confectional, and Fran's Chocolates. Each stop of the tour offers a unique taste and tells one part of the vast story of the cacao bean. Eat a hero's dose of cupcakes, ice cream, cookies, pie, drinking chocolate, and truffles. Try dark, milk, and white chocolate. Eat your fill and have some extra to pack away for later, or impress your guide by finishing it all. Listen as your guide puts each bite into context, both historically and as it relates to the culture of Seattle and the core values of Pike Place Market.

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Seattle: The Ultimate Food Experience with Local Guide

3. Seattle: The Ultimate Food Experience with Local Guide

Join a local, who will share the secrets of the local Seattle food scene as you make your way through Downtown Seattle. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Begin your experience in Pike Place Market, where you will taste fresh oysters, the best clam chowder in the country, Chef Tom Douglas's signature salmon burger or crab cakes and Dungeness crab. You will also have the opportunity to taste locally made cheese and scrumptious mac n’ cheese, salted caramel, traditional hot donuts and real Italian gelato, all made with regional and sustainably sourced ingredients! Try the original Starbucks Cafe or indulge in Seattle’s other specialty brew - craft beer! Head to the Seattle Brew Co. or the Old Stove Brewing Co., where you can sample some craft beers, real ales and unique lager. Finally, explore Downtown and let your local take you to a specialty chocolate shop where you can indulge in a truffle or two and discover Seattle’s chocolate history. Finally, visit a bakery to pick up a final sweet treat for dessert!

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Seattle: Private Highlights Experience with a Local

4. Seattle: Private Highlights Experience with a Local

This experience is essential to anyone who is serious about exploring the best of Seattle. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Lace up your walking shoes, grab an umbrella if it looks like rain and get ready to hit the streets of Seattle with your local host. You could start by grabbing a coffee to go in one of the historic coffee houses and visit two of the city's top attractions - Pike Place Market and the Olympic Sculpture Park.  Your local host will point out the market's best arts and crafts vendors, where you can shop for distinctive gifts and souvenirs or pick-up a handmade pastry. Wander through the dark depths of the market to search out unusual specialty shops which tourists normally miss. Notice the contrast with the tacky tourist shops, fish and chips counters and mediocre, overpriced restaurants on the waterfront, where the redeeming features are the views across Elliott Bay to the Olympic Mountains. A wide sidewalk along the waterfront is perfect for strolling and admiring the Seattle Aquarium.  Next, you could wander towards the historic Pioneer Square area and stop to check out the big windows and local artwork at Zeitgeist Coffee, which is popular with Seattle's local art crowd. Your local host will recommend a few options for places where locals go to have a quick bite so you can get your energy back. For the afternoon, you may want to visit the Seattle Center, primarily known as the home of the iconic Space Needle, but also home to the Seattle Opera, the Pacific Northwest Ballet, numerous theater companies, a children's museum and a science museum. If you are interested in finding out more about the shows and exhibitions, your local host will be able to advise and help with your bookings.  Finish your day back where you started at Pike Place Market. By nightfall, the fishmongers and flower vendors will be long gone and the shops will be closed but some of the city's best restaurants and most enjoyable bars will light up. Whatever your mood or preferences, share these with your local host to get recommendations on the best places to catch an eclectic musical act, listen to Irish music or enjoy a romantic late dinner. This experience is great for all ages.

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From Seattle: Skagit Valley Tulip Tour with Wine & Cheese

5. From Seattle: Skagit Valley Tulip Tour with Wine & Cheese

Start with pickup from your Seattle hotel and meet your expert local guide who will accompany you throughout the day. Travel north of the city onto the back roads of the Skagit Valley for your first glimpses of the vast fields of daffodils and tulips. Arrive at the Roozengaarde tulip display, where you will skip the line and discover a beautiful 5-acre garden with approximately 250,000 colorful tulips. Spend about 2 hours at Roozengaarde. Next, continue to the city of La Conner which has a rich history and many buildings dating from the late 19th century. Your guide will share some context on the history of the town and offer you tips on the best lunch spots. Take about 90 minutes to explore La Conner and enjoy some lunch on your own. Energized after lunch, visit Tulip Town in the afternoon. In addition to its expansive tulip fields, Tulip Town has a delightful gift shop featuring local artists' work and crafted keepsakes. Spend about 90 minutes exploring Tulip Town. Lastly, visit a local winery where adults can enjoy a complimentary glass of wine along with artisanal cheese, organic bread, and other delicious finger food, all produced in the Skagit Valley. Then, arrive back in Seattle in the late evening.

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Private Seattle Tour: Snoqualmie Falls & Wine Tasting

6. Private Seattle Tour: Snoqualmie Falls & Wine Tasting

Your private tour will start with Seattle's most historic landmark: Pike Place Market. Your guide will share the Market’s history and steer you to shops and eateries that would interest you. You'll have 45 minutes to browse the many stalls for edible delicacies. Maybe your next stop is actually Seattle's most famous landmark, the Space Needle. If time permits, take your group to the Observation Deck for outstanding views of the city or visit one of the other attractions located at the Seattle Center, such as the Museum of Pop Culture, the Seattle Children's Museum, the Chihuly Glass Museum, or the Pacific Science Center. You'll have about 45 minutes to explore the venue of your choice. You’ll visit Queen Anne Hill, known for its 19th-century homes along with an amazing panoramic view of the city and Elliot Bay below. Next, move on to a very unique place, Gas Works Park, located on the North Shore of Lake Union. Continue on as you watch seaplanes taking off and landing and check out Lake Union’s famous houseboat communities. Depart Seattle until you arrive at the historic town of Snoqualmie, a charming mid-19th-century town perched on the bank of the Snoqualmie River. Rejuvenated from lunch, make your way to the picturesque 268-foot Snoqualmie Falls, one of the most popular natural attractions in the State of Washington. Following the meandering Snoqualmie River and passing over old steel bridges from time to time, your final stop is Woodinville, the scenic home to the greatest concentration of wineries in Washington State. Stop into one of the area’s top wineries where adults will enjoy a premium wine tasting flight. After soaking up wine aromas amidst lush surroundings, head back to Seattle. Your guide will drop you off at any of the following: back to your Seattle hotel, Sea-Tac airport, or the cruise terminal.

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Seattle: Capitol Hill Art and Music Tour with a Local

7. Seattle: Capitol Hill Art and Music Tour with a Local

Meet your local guide at your hotel then set out onto the colorful streets of Seattle’s Capitol Hill. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Customize the tour to suit your interests and spend the day exploring the very best art and cultural venues that the city has to offer. Throughout the day, listen to your guide's fascinating insight and knowledge of the city, and receive tips and tricks to enhance your stay. Perhaps you’ll visit the Olympic Sculpture Park, or the Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibit. Maybe the Seattle Center’s Space Needle is more appealing to you, or a trip to the Museum of Pop Culture. You could also stop by the Frye Art Museum, an intimate gallery which features a cluster of extraordinary exhibits. Or if you’re into cinema, check out the curved screen of the Cinerama which shows classic movies as well as first-run events. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite, enjoy a lunch break at the vibrant Pike Place Market. Soak up the authentic charm of this bustling market, and try some authentic Pacific Northwest cuisine while wandering between the artisan stalls.

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Seattle: Pike Place Market Plant-Based Food Tour

8. Seattle: Pike Place Market Plant-Based Food Tour

Enjoy a plant-based food walking tour through the unique atmosphere of Pike Place. Let your expert local guide put each bite into the historical context of Seattle and the market as you devour delicious food. Embark on a foodie fast pass tour to Pike Place Market. Feast on delicious plant-based foods as you hear stories from Seattle and the market's history. Experience an authentic and working atmosphere where local producers sell their goods, and where everyone who wishes can be a part of the community. Learn about how the market can be a blueprint for a better way of doing business and organizing people around shared values. Explore the market and its varied tastes with your expert, local guide. They will be happy to give you recommendations for other sights, activities, and food.

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What people are saying about Seattle

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 35 reviews

Our guide Holly was great, the Seattle history was interesting and the donuts were incredible! We are definitely doing other walking tours and we’re certainly going back for more donuts.

This was such a great experience! So much fun and learned more about the area while eating donuts! Would definitely recommend!

Our walking tour was tailored to our interests. And it was a lot of fun!