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Seattle Night Tour


Seattle Night Tour

The Seattle Night Tour allows you to explore the city against the backdrop of the setting sun. Experience bustling day-time spaces from the cover of encroaching darkness, including the Space Needle and the Historic Waterfront. Walk through some highly diverse Seattle neighborhoods and get educated on the history of several landmarks throughout the city. This tour proves that things really do look different in the night-time.

What's Included

2-hour night tour
Free Audio Walking Tour
10% off food and beverages at The Pike Brewing Company

Tour Highlights

See Seattle’s Best
  • Watch the setting sun as it sinks below Seattle’s skyline and get a taste of the city’s nightlife with this unique 2-hour tour. View Elliott Bay from Alki Beach and visit a host of other locations at night.
Get A Local’s Perspective
  • All of Gray Line Seattle’s tour guides are long-time residents of the Seattle area. They will introduce you to well-known spots and hidden gems that only people who live in the city know about.
Hit Your Must-See Locations
  • As one of the best scenic Seattle tours, this excursion hits all the high points of the city while allowing guests a night-time view of the sparkling Seattle Waterfront, Space Needle, and Seattle Great Wheel.
Learn About The Past
  • Before departure, you will have access to an interactive timeline and map. Gray Line’s smaller group sizes also mean that you can ask more questions and receive more customized answers.
Get Food & Drink Discounts
  • Benefit from Gray Line Seattle’s business partnerships and get 10% off meals and drinks at select local restaurants.

Tour Stops

Next stop….adventure! Follow your local guide in exploring these locations on Gray Line’s Seattle Night Tour.

Alki Beach

Located just west of downtown Seattle, Alki Beach is a popular summer spot for beachgoers. Along with great views of the Olympic Mountains, visitors can stroll along the pedestrian walkway while exploring some of the area’s attractions and eateries.

Historic Seattle Waterfront

Over the past century, Seattle’s Historic Waterfront has evolved from the traditional home of the Salish people to a major industrial district with its own sawmill, wharf, and shipping port. When you visit, make sure to explore some of the dining and shopping options located in the pier’s renovated public spaces.

Space Needle

The 605’ tall Space Needle is located at the Seattle Center. It is without a doubt one of the most photographed structures in the world. Check out its 520’ saucer-shaped “top house” that gives a bird’s eye view of Seattle’s downtown. No Seattle trip is complete without visiting this iconic landmark.

Pioneer Square

Known as Seattle’s first neighborhood, Pioneer Square is, quite literally, the birthplace of the city as we know it today. Filled with Renaissance Revival architecture, cobblestone streets, and eclectic boutiques and restaurants, Pioneer Square is a must-see that should be on any visitor’s list.

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is considered to be one of the oldest operating markets in the United States. Seattle locals and visitors alike enjoy exploring the 200+ vendors that sell in the marketplace on a regular basis. Buy some goods from a local farmer, admire the works of craftspeople, and eat at a restaurant or two when you visit this beloved Seattle location.


Prices include applicable taxes. Additional fees may be applicable at the time of booking.