Linking tour sights via light rail and streetcar!
Leave the car behind and enjoy a tour of historic Pioneer Square, the origins of Seattle, and then ride out to Capitol Hill, and the University of Washington. This tour combines several distinct neighborhoods with a visit to the Elliott Bay Bookstore, shops on Capitol Hill, and possibly the Henry Art Gallery, or Burke Museum on campus at U. W.
This tour is new, and has a lot of flexibility for a customized itinerary.
From downtown we'll ride light rail to Chinatown and Pioneer Square and enjoy the historical sights of Seattle. Then we'll ride up, and stroll the Capitol hill area, and travel on to the beautiful campus of University of Washington before returning downtown.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I can meet you at your downtown area hotel, or Westlake Center, downtown, or in Chinatown.
End location: I will return to your downtown area hotel, or near Washington State Convention Center or at Westlake Center, downtown.
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
Light rail, and walking. The longest walk is about 6 city blocks returning to downtown from Capitol Hill.
Expert tour services from local guide, Margaret, and light rail, and street car fares are included.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 USD - Lunch or refreshment along the way. (Starbucks coffee)
On campus, the Henry Art Gallery, and Burke Museum about $10 admission for each
I'm not a tour-van operator. I prefer walking tours utilizing our clean, and reliable light rail, neighborhood streetcar, monorail, water taxi, and ferry.