Walking Tours



We believe that being tossed amongst a huge group of strangers and going on a "One Tour - Fits All" itinerary is not always the way to show off the Emerald City. Our company certainly offers interesting bus tours where you are in the presence of fellow visitors, but when it comes to seeing Seattle up close and personal and spending time visiting landmarks that actually peak your interests - we believe that a customized tour is the way to go.

We not only visit the most popular attractions that Seattle has to offer, but we also explore interesting neighborhoods that are "off the beaten track" surrounding the city - sometimes as a walking/driving tour combo. Let us help you immerse into a culture that is distinctly Seattle and you can go back home knowing that you have toured like a local - with a local.

Our regular scheduled tours are listed on this website with a full description of each tour. For customized tours, please contact us and allow us to answer your questions and put together a wonderful experience for you!

Customized tours can include one or more of the following attractions:

Downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market (including the fish throwers) Seattle's historic Pioneer Square, Chinatown/International District, the Waterfront (including Pier 55, the Aquarium and the Seattle Great Wheel) Westlake Center, the Monorail and Seattle Center (including the Space Needle, Chihuly Garden & Glass, the International Fountain and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center)

A 360 degree view of Seattle and a coffee at the top of it all - can also be arranged!

Also visiting must-see neighborhoods:

Ballard, Belltown, Capital Hill, Fremont, Georgetown, South Lake Union, Madison Valley, Queen Anne (Upper & Lower) Columbia City/Rainier Valley, University District, West Seattle (including Alki Beach) Phinney/Greenwood and Wallingford and several others...located on the horizon.

We also offer a very interesting "Mystery Tour" (which operates when weather is permitting) and offers fantastic views of the Seattle skyline and then ventures off by boat to one of the islands in the Puget Sound. This tour generally takes about 6 hours - lunch included.