Queen of Seattle Paddle Wheel Cruises Coupons and Deals
In the 1890s, Seattleites seeking fortune and adventure boarded steam-powered paddle boats headed for the Yukon Territory. You probably aren't as interested in gold mining as they were, but if it's the riches of history you seek, check out today's deal for a two-hour Lake Union/Ship Canal cruise from Queen of Seattle Paddle Wheel Cruises: Get one cruise ticket for $19 (regularly $39) or two tickets for $39 (regularly $78). Take a fun and informative voyage on the largest steam-powered paddle wheeler west of the Mississippi. Cruises embark every Thursday through Monday and include a live Klondike Cabaret Show, as well as historical insights from your expert guide, and spectacular views of the mountains and downtown Seattle. You may not have literally struck gold, but this deal will help you treasure your surroundings. Want more? Check out Queen of Seattle Paddle Wheel Cruises on Facebook.
Steam power never loses its charm, which explains the longevity of both riverboats and cartoon characters that get mad. Revel in antique pastimes with this Groupon. $19 for a Two-Hour Paddle-Wheel Cruise (Up to a $39 Value) Passengers board the steam-powered Queen of Seattle ––an 1800s-style paddle-wheel boat––for a two-hour cruise that tours Lake Union and Lake Washington Ship Canal, passing the Space Needle and Fisherman's Terminal. The cruise includes a live Klondike cabaret show and steam-calliope performance. Through narration, crew members clad in authentic 19th-century garb expound on the history of the Seattle region and the 1800s Alaska Gold ...