Seattle By Foot Coupons and Deals
Ready for a fun way to explore Seattle with the kids? Grab this deal and join the guides at Seattle By Foot for a fun and Hands-on Kids' Tour of Seattle for 2 for just $12! Both kids and parents will enjoy this entertaining and educational stroll to some of the best kid-friendly spots in downtown Seattle. We recommend carriers! It never fails - children want to get out walk with all the other little guests on the tour; typically parents end up pushing an empty stroller. The tour was designed with little walkers and their grown-ups in mind, so each member of your family will have a blast! The Seattle Kids Tour is approximately 2 hours with 4-5 stops that will keep the entire group busy and entertained. Discover public art, water fountains and skyscrapers along the way to add excitement to the walk. The walk is very easy with only a 2-3 block stretch before stopping for more fun. On a Seattle By Foot Walking Tour, you’ll feel more like a traveler and less like a tourist - these guides are the antidote to cookie-cutter predictability! Enjoy accurate, unknown and entertaining insight about Seattle. Put your best foot forward with Seattle By Foot!
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The city of Seattle is home to a number of charming neighborhoods, none quite as unique as the beautiful, though eclectic Capitol Hill. With a Classic Capitol Hill tour from Seattle By Foot, you’ll get to know the area like you’ve lived there your whole life. Their seasoned Seattle tour guides don’t just show you around, they introduce you to the city’s culture, history and personality.Your tour begins downtown with a trip on the Metro to Volunteer Park where you’ll climb to a 360-degree viewpoint and gaze upon the most beautiful park in Seattle. From there, you’ll stroll through tree-lined streets and see lovely homes and preserved turn-of-the-century mansions.Then it’s onto the Hill’s hippest street, Broadway. One of the few places left in the country where you can find record stores, used books, vintage clothing, and multiple coffee shops on the same street. Home to a strange but loveable cast of characters, Broadway is also a great place to people watch.The tour ends in Cal Anderson Park, just in time for dinner or happy hour at one of the many bars and restaurants in the Pike/Pine Corridor.