Snoqualmie Falls and City Tour in Seattle, WA
99 Pike Street • Seattle, WA 98101
Experience the best of beautiful Seattle as well as the natural wonder of Snoqualmie Falls during this guided four hour tour. The tour features sights like Pioneer Square, Ballard Locks, and Pike Place Market as well as stunning views from Kerry Place. In addition, this guided tour takes you up-close to the Cascade Foothills for an unparalleled look at Snoqualmie Falls.
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Does the tour operate year-round?
The tour runs daily, except for the month of April.
Are hotel pick-ups included in the tour?
Due to construction and unpredictability of Seattle Traffic, there are no hotel pickups. The pickup point is within 10 minutes via Uber and Cab of over 80 downtown hotels.
Are children allowed on the tour?
Children are of course welcome on tour and will especially enjoy the Fremont Troll stop as well as the locks. There aren’t car seats on the bus for infants, but all buses are equipped with seatbelts to accommodate your own car seat. Children are not able to sit on a parents lap during the tour.
What is your cancellation policy?
You can get a full refund up to 72 hours before your tour date.
Is lunch included in the tour?
Lunch is not provided, and it’s suggested to bring along a snack or eat a late breakfast. Coffee and snacks are available to purchase at Snoqualmie Falls gift shop which is the first stop. Granola Bars and fruit snacks are offered as a courtesy during the tour.
Where is the meeting location for the tour?
Meet your tour guide at the Pike Place Market Information booth no later than 10 AM located on 1st and Pike Street. This is close to the sign that says, “Public Market center” with the large clock. You will see a large brass pig beneath this location. Follow the brass hoof prints to the information booth towards 1st avenue.
How long does the tour last?
You will be picked up at the Pike Place Market at 9:45 AM and dropped off between 2:00-2:15 PM.
Is the tour handicap accessible?
Accommodations can be made for foldable wheelchairs and walkers for those that are ambulatory and can board the bus with minimal assistance. Motorized wheelchairs cannot be accommodated for since the bus is not equipped with a ramp.