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Tours Northwest is a local, family-owned company that has been operating in Seattle for the 28+ years. We offer our Premier 3-Hour Seattle City Tour and the educational 4.5-Hour Boeing Factory Tour year-round. Beginning in May, we showcase our...more
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Doug picked us up promptly at our hotel for Boeing Factory Tour. He was a wealth of knowledge, not only about Boeing but the Seattle area. He gave us some great tips and overall was a super guy.
The tour of Boeing was fantastic too....More
Had a great time on this day tour of Mt Ranier. The company seems to be a very efficiently run business. Our tour guide was Rick and I cant say enough good things about him. He did a fantastic job of giving us information and...More
This was an awesome tour and Mark was an amazing guide! The drive out was filled with history to keep us entertained, and he kept the day moving at a good pace so that we had plenty of time to stop for photos at a...More
I knew it was going to rain the day I booked this tour, and it was a perfect ”rainy day” tour! (It would be a perfect “any day” you picked tour!!)
Tim was a driver/guide. He made the tour so much fun! He had lots...More
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I would use public transport, there is a regular train service. Much quicker than road. It takes about 30 mins to get into town (near to Macy's) then a couple of blocks to Pike Place. Or the Flight museum is quite close to... More
I would use public transport, there is a regular train service. Much quicker than road. It takes about 30 mins to get into town (near to Macy's) then a couple of blocks to Pike Place. Or the Flight museum is quite close to SeaTac. The cruise pier (I think is opposite Pike Place ) there's also the Needle and Chilhouly Glass just a short walk away. Not much else to be honest.