2. Private Seattle Tour: Snoqualmie Falls & Wine Tasting
Your private tour will start with Seattle's most historic landmark: Pike Place Market. Your guide will share the Market’s history and steer you to shops and eateries that would interest you. You'll have 45 minutes to browse the many stalls for edible delicacies. Maybe your next stop is actually Seattle's most famous landmark, the Space Needle. If time permits, take your group to the Observation Deck for outstanding views of the city or visit one of the other attractions located at the Seattle Center, such as the Museum of Pop Culture, the Seattle Children's Museum, the Chihuly Glass Museum, or the Pacific Science Center. You'll have about 45 minutes to explore the venue of your choice.
You’ll visit Queen Anne Hill, known for its 19th-century homes along with an amazing panoramic view of the city and Elliot Bay below. Next, move on to a very unique place, Gas Works Park, located on the North Shore of Lake Union. Continue on as you watch seaplanes taking off and landing and check out Lake Union’s famous houseboat communities.
Depart Seattle until you arrive at the historic town of Snoqualmie, a charming mid-19th-century town perched on the bank of the Snoqualmie River. Rejuvenated from lunch, make your way to the picturesque 268-foot Snoqualmie Falls, one of the most popular natural attractions in the State of Washington. Following the meandering Snoqualmie River and passing over old steel bridges from time to time, your final stop is Woodinville, the scenic home to the greatest concentration of wineries in Washington State. Stop into one of the area’s top wineries where adults will enjoy a premium wine tasting flight. After soaking up wine aromas amidst lush surroundings, head back to Seattle. Your guide will drop you off at any of the following: back to your Seattle hotel, Sea-Tac airport, or the cruise terminal.