Having grown up in Seattle, I thought I knew all there was to know about Pike Place Market – at least, I thought I did until I took Viator’s new Early Access Food Tour of Pike Place Market. As it turns out, there’s still plenty for even the locals to learn.
For those who love beer, Seattle is an excellent destination. Washington is home to almost 250 breweries, many of which are in Seattle. Moreover, from Seattle it’s possible to take part in a number of brew-focused tours, tastings and festivals. To help you plan a suds-infused trip to Seattle, here are some suggestions.
Rides, concerts, children’s activities, a rodeo, art, adorable animals, shopping, contests. These are just a few of the many reasons to attend the annual Washing State Fair, taking place this year from September 5-21, 2014. Best of all, it takes place in Puyallup, located less than an hour from Seattle.
One of the best ways to get to know a city and truly feel its beat is to take a walking tour. In Seattle in particular, there are a number of interesting on-foot options. This is especially true for those interested in food and history. To help you plan your trip, here is a guide […]
Seattle is a city that knows how to eat, so when it comes to sinking your teeth into the Emerald City, why reinvent the wheel? Instead, I left my stomach in the hands of the experts on a Gourmet Seattle Walking Tour, and they didn’t disappoint.
Looking for a cultural experience in Seattle? Visiting the Tillicum Village, located across the Puget Sound in Blake Island State Park on Blake Island, the birthplace of the famed Chief Seattle, is a great option. Here, you’ll learn about Native American culture through traditional architecture, tribal performances, storytelling, a time-honored meal and Native arts and crafts.