Seattle Night Tour
About This Tour

Seattle Night Tour

As the sun sets on the city and surrounding mountains, explore Seattle’s most popular view spots on an evening tour. Wind around the quieter city streets and parks while learning about the history of the diverse neighborhoods from a local guide. Highlights of the evening include the lights of the Space Needle, stunning views of the Seattle Skyline from above and the historic Seattle Waterfront.


  • Relax with a 2-hour guided tour of Seattle at sunset 
  • Enjoy a spectacular views of Elliott Bay from Alki Beach
  • See the Space Needle as it glows against the night sky 
  • Enjoy views of a sparkling Seattle Waterfront including the Seattle Great Wheel 
  • Hear stories, history, and more from your expert local guide 

What’s Included 

  • 2 hour live Night Tour 
  • Free Audio Walking Guide 
  • 10% discount at Pike Brewery


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Next Stop, Adventure! Allow your expert guide to lead you in exploration of each unforgettable stop! Our guides are happy to show you their favorite hidden gems.

Alki Beach

Located just west of downtown Seattle, Alki Beach is a popular summer spot for beach goers. Along with great views of the Olympic Mountains, visitors can stroll along the pedestrian walkway and explore some of the local attractions and eateries.


Our tours explore the most iconic landmarks in our own backyard of Seattle. Our remarkable guides are local experts on the history and culture of the region. Don't forget your camera!

Historic Seattle Waterfront

Over centuries, Seattle's Historic Waterfront has evolved from the home for the Coast Salish people to becoming an industrial district with a sawmill & wharf to a major shipping port. Today, some older sections of the pier have been revitalized with welcoming public spaces including local shops and attractions.

Space Needle

Located at Seattle Center, the Space Needle stands 605' tall, and is one of the most photographed structures in the world. From the 520' saucer-shaped "top house", visitors can see downtown Seattle, Mount Rainier, Puget Sound and the surrounding mountain ranges.

Pioneer Square

Known as the "first neighborhood", Pioneer Square is the birthplace of Seattle. This historic area is filled with Renaissance Revival architecture, cobble stone streets and is filled with eccletic boutiques and restaurants. A visit to Pioneer Park in the heart of this historical district is a must.

Pike Place Market

A visit to Pike Place Market is a must when visiting Seattle. The market is one of one of the oldest operating markets in the United States. Local and Visitors alike enjoy exploring the 200+ vendors that make the market their business home. From special restaurants to locals farmers and craftspeople, the market is a marvel to discover.

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