Destiny Harbor Tours operates harbor tours, sightseeing and private charters and memorials in Gig Harbor and Tacoma. Our open boats give an up-close look at all the wonders of Puget Sound! On all our tours you will enjoy spanning views of the Sound with islands, mountains and a great chance to see bald eagles, seals, sea lions, sea hawks (osprey), and more. A Destiny Harbor Tour brings you Up-Close and Personal with Puget Sound. Bring Your Camera!
Harbor History Museum holds on to what makes our area special and brings the Peninsula's unique history and culture to life with interactive, dynamic exhibits and larger than life experiences. The Harbor History Museum is the cultural center at the heart of the harbor that welcomes residents and visitors of all ages. Open Tuesday through Sunday, 10am-5pm year round, excluding major holidays.
Museum of Glass All glass, all the time. Housed in a striking building distinguished by its iconic 90-foot-high cone, the Museum of Glass features ongoing glassblowing demonstrations in the Hot Shop Amphitheater, where visitors learn about the creative challenges of working with molten glass. The 13,000 square feet of gallery space is dedicated to changing exhibitions of works executed in glass. A hands-on art studio is available for visitors of all ages, our theater shows a variety of films on artists who work in glass, and the Museum Store offers a large selection of glass objects. The Museum is located on the picturesque Thea Foss Waterwayand is part of the Tacoma Museum District, which is linked by the Chihuly Bridge of Glass.
Tillicum Village Tour and Dinner Experience a night of Native American culture and fresh Northwest cuisine at Tillicum Village on Blake Island. A half-hour cruise whisks visitors from Seattle to the uninhabited Blake Island.
Seattle CityPass CityPass is the ticket to the city's most famous attractions—including the Space Needle, Experience Music Project, and Seattle Aquarium—saving you 48% off regular admissions. With nine days to use the tickets and no ticket lines, it's perfect for a weekend or a week!
City Explorer Seaplane Flightseeing Excursion Take your itinerary to new heights and take flight over the glistening waters and lush cityscapes of Seattle in a vintage seaplane! Discover why it’s called the “Emerald City” as you soar above its most popular sights and scenery.
Gas Works Park Gas Works Park is an example of urban renewal at its best. Take an old gas-processing plant that has outlived its usefulness, and transform it into something everyone can enjoy. Located on the north shore of Lake Union, the park has excellent water views and a spectacular, unobstructed view of the city skyline. It is a popular spot for concerts, bikers, kite flyers, families on picnics and just about everyone else. This is also a prime spot from which to view the Fireworks on the Fourth of July.
Space Needle Built for the 1962 World Expo, the Space Needle's distinctive structure, rising 600-plus feet above Seattle Center, has since become Seattle's most famous landmark. Come take in the 360-degree view of mountains, Elliott Bay, and Seattle neighborhoods. Stock up on Seattle souvenirs at the ground level gift shop, Space Base. Dine at the SkyCity rotating restaurant, where every seat has a view. Then continue upward to the observation deck at the spectacular height of the Needle to experience the Sky Q. The hi-tech Sky Q encompasses several impressive kiosks outfitted with high-definition cameras and screens.
Pacific Science Center Located at Seattle Center, this hands-on museum features IMAX movies and laser shows, plus ever-changing exhibits that include displays on dinosaurs, whales, robots and much more. Previous exhibits have included a tropical butterfly house and an insect village. This is a fun and educational place to take children but adults will learn a lot and enjoy themselves as well. Package deals available. Children under age three enter free. There is an on-site cafe.
The Underground Tour Pioneer Square is Seattle's oldest neighborhood, and it wasn't always a pleasant place to visit. The Underground Tour takes visitors around Pioneer Square above ground and also to a hidden Seattle that now lies underground. About 25 square blocks of Pioneer Square have hollow spaces under the sidewalks, thanks to peculiarities of the reconstruction after the great Seattle fire of 1889.
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