Space Needle & Seattle Center Private Walking Tour

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  • 2 Hours
  • Walking Tour
  • Max Guests: 12
  • Private Tour
  • Daily

Seattle Center Private Walking Tour Details

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

Price Includes

Price Excludes

  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Souvenirs
  • Guide gratuity
  • Additional food & drink

Highlights

Seattle Center

Your Seattle walking tour takes place in the Seattle Center in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Uptown Seattle. The Center is home to many cultural institutions, a sports arena, local radio station, and of course, the iconic Space Needle.

Space Needle

You’ll enjoy timed entry to the Space Needle, arguably the most iconic building in Seattle. Your tour guide will fill you in on the structure’s design, the story behind its original purpose for the 1962 World’s Fair, and help you spot significant landmarks of Seattle’s skyline.

Chihuly Glass and Garden

You’ll pass by this museum and studio known for its unbelievable sculptures of glass, all made or designed by glass artist Dale Chihuly.

Museum of Pop Culture

You’ll pass by this institution dedicated to preserving the history of music, including exhibits about famous Seattle artists and bands and lots of memorabilia and artifacts that will impress any music fan!

Community Impact

We have the opportunity to support small businesses in the Queen Anne neighborhood, from local coffee shops and bakeries to small record shops.

Our small-group experiences, designed to visit neighborhood spots off the usual tourist paths, ensure that we do not overwhelm and overcrowd our smaller Queen Anne businesses.

By choosing a walking tour and using public transportation to reach the tour meeting point, you’re helping to reduce tourism’s impact on the environment.

We strive to represent all voices in our storytelling, including those of immigrant-owned bakeries of Scandinavian origin and the contributions of black, LGBTQ, and female individuals to the arts.

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