Pike Place Market
Lake Union House Boats
Home of the Dangerous Catch Boats
Experience Music Project Museum
Chittendon Locks Fish Ladder
Washington Park Arboretum
Seattle City Bus Tours
Sights & Heights Tour
Our bestselling Sights and Heights bus tour is 3 hours long and packed with Seattle’s best sights, plus a 1-hour rest stop at the famous Seattle Space Needle. Explore the Needle from top to bottom. Your tour price includes a Space Needle Priority Admission Ticket. (This tour requires a minimum of 8 passengers to run.)
Best of the Northwest
One of the best tour companies in Seattle, Let’s Tour Seattle offers a number of tours to area tourists, cruise ship passengers, and locals. All our tour vans have large touring windows, air conditioners, heaters, and professional quality sound systems. The popular Sights and Bites can be include with lunch or dinner. In this 4 hr tour, you’ll see over a dozen of the top local attractions of Seattle, such as Pioneer Square, Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and much more.
You’re Going to Love the Time You Spend with Us!
Each of our Seattle bus tours is packed with all of the sights you came expecting to see, and laced with history, humor, and surprises. In fact, the things you see and learn that you didn’t expect might be what you’ll remember the most. Whether you’ve chosen Seattle as your holiday destination city, as a stop-over on your way to somewhere else, or you’re here on business, you’re going to love the time you spend with us!
We’re so confident you’ll have an unparalled tour experience with us, here’s our guarantee:
“If you’re not totally satisfied with your tour, you don’t pay.”
Your adventure starts in Seattle It’s the city where grunge music was born, tech is chic, and every turn promises to bring another unexpected adventure. Whether you’re exploring the world famous Pike Place Market, or checking out Starbuck’s...read more
The Hiram S. Chittenden Locks are just one of many stops aboard our Sights and Bites bus tour of Seattle. Before you visit this engineering marvel with us, we thought we’d provide a little background as to its history. Affectionally known as the Ballard Locks by...read more
Fishermen’s Terminal is an historic and iconic part of Seattle’s maritime industry. Operated by the Port of Seattle, since 1913, Fishermen’s Terminal been the base of the North Pacific fishing fleet, with over 700 commercial fishing vessels calling...read more