Washington State Guided Tours
Argosy Harbor Cruise - With 50 years of experience, a fleet of 9 cruise ships and a variety of tours/outings, this is a wonderful way to see Seattle’s downtown shoreline.
Spirit of Washington Dinner Train Tour (Renton, 800-876-7245) - A vintage train ride complete with an epicurean 3 course meal. Along the way, you will pass by the spectacular shores of Lake Washington, travel through the Sammamish River Valley, cross the 102 foot high Wilburn Trestle and have a 45 minute stop at Woodinville’s Columbia Winery.
To tour Seattle without fear of getting lost, book your spot on the Gray Line Tour buses (800-4326-7532). Tour choices include the Double Decker, the Boeing Plant and Mt. Rainier.
Yakima Valley Trolleys (509-249-5962)- For a unique view of Yakima, board one of these historic railroad cars.
Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour (Everett) - Have you ever wondered what it takes to build an airplane? If so, this is the place for you to find out! Here you can design your own plane, see the planes on display as well as take a guided tour of the commercial jet assembly plant as you visit the world’s largest building.
North Head Lighthouse (Lang Beach Peninsula)- You can tour the 1898 lighthouse daily during the summer and learn how it has protected seafarers from the danger at the treacherous headwaters of the Columbia River.
Gonzaga University (Spokane)-This is Bing Crosby’s alma mater. You can see Rodin Sculptures, as well as gold records, trophies, certificates and other awards as you tour the beautiful campus.
Merrill & Ring Tree Farm Interpretive Tour (Port Angeles) - As you make your way along the Forestry Trail, there are many interpretive resources that explain clear cutting, forest management and replanting methods. Also on the premises are original logging cabins
built by Merrill & Ring in the early 1900’s.
Underground Tour - To travel back to Seattle’s beginnings, sign up for Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour. The 90 minute tour begins at Doc Maynard’s Public House and provides ad insightful and humorous facts about this colorful city.
Photo Credits: Spirit of Washington Dinner Train Tour Picture by Alex Blackstock; North Head Lighthouse by Savannah Grandfather; Underground Seattle by Joe M500;