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Private Auto-guided Tour of Seattle

Go on a walking tour of Seattle where you will play a city game following clues and solving puzzles to find out historic information about Seattle and the events around the Klondike Gold Rush. You’ll also learn about Seattle Underground and the Great Seattle Fire, while touring many of the historic locations in downtown Seattle.
Each clue will lead you from one place to another by providing you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. As you answer the questions, solve the challenge, or guess the answer, the secret story of each place is unlocked.
The city game will take you about 1.5 hours to complete, but there’s no time limit which will allow you to go at your own pace.

per adult from

$7

AUD

Duration

1 hour 30 minutes

Voucher

Mobile ticket

Select Date and Travellers

No tour options available.

  • What's included :
    • Full flexibility: start at any hour, take a break at any time and resume later
    • This tour is always available to book. We are open 24/7, every day of the week.
    • This is the safest tour you can book: private, no human contact, you will avoid crowds.
    • Play offline: you DON'T NEED an internet connection to play this city game
    What's excluded :
    • A physical tour guide
    • Entry/Admission - Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
    • Entry/Admission - Occidental Park
    • Entry/Admission - Pioneer Square
    • Entry/Admission - Smith Tower
    • Entry/Admission - Federal Office Building
    • Entry/Admission - Eyes on You
    • Entry/Admission - Seattle Art Museum
    • Entry/Admission - Pike Place Market
    • Entry/Admission - Victor Steinbrueck Park
  • This is a typical itinerary for this product

    Stop At: Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, 319 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104-2618

    Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park is a national historical park operated by the National Park Service that seeks to commemorate the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1890s.

    Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Occidental Park, 117 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98104-2521

    The park's totem poles and woodcarvings are by Duane Pasco (1970s). They were donated by art gallery owner Richard White and installed in the 1980's. "The tallest totem, Sun and Raven, tells the story of Raven's theft of the moon and was created for the 1974 Spokane World's Fair. The nearby Man Riding on Tail of Whale was carved in 1971. The westernmost of the two facing figures is Tsonoqua, a mythological giantess and 'nightmare bringer' invoked by exasperated North Coast mothers to frighten their children into obedience.

    Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Pioneer Square, Yesler Street & 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104

    Art galleries, coffee shops and trendy bars fill Pioneer Square’s late-1800s Romanesque Revival buildings. Tourists explore subterranean streets on the guided Underground Tour, and learn about Seattle’s roots at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. Office workers unwind in secluded Waterfall Garden Park or grab lunch from food trucks at Occidental Square, a plaza with bistro tables and bocce courts.

    Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Smith Tower, 500 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98104-2336

    Smith Tower is a skyscraper in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, United States. Completed in 1914, the 38-story, 484 ft tower is the oldest skyscraper in the city and was among the tallest skyscrapers outside New York City at the time of its completion.

    Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Federal Office Building, 909 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104-1055

    Constructed in 1933, the Seattle Federal Office Building (FOB) was the first building in Seattle specifically designed for offices of the federal government. The designer of record was James A. Wetmore, the Department of the Treasury's Supervising Architect. Among its first tenants were 52 federal agencies, the largest of which was the Department of the Treasury.

    Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Eyes on You, 1121 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    Eye care professionals specialize in understanding how the human eye really works, as well as diseases and conditions that affect your vision – many of which do not have obvious symptoms. The Eyes on You medical center has a professional team and a history you will want to know.

    Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave Between Union & University Street, Seattle, WA 98101-2003

    SAM traces its origins to the Seattle Fine Arts Society (organized 1905) and the Washington Arts Association (organized 1906), which merged in 1917, keeping the Fine Arts Society name. In 1931 the group renamed itself as the Art Institute of Seattle. The Art Institute housed its collection in Henry House, the former home, on Capitol Hill, of the collector and founder of the Henry Art Gallery, Horace C. Henry (1844–1928).

    Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Pike Place Market, 1st Ave & Pike St Between Pike and Pine Sts. and First Ave, Seattle, WA 98101

    Pike Place Market is a special community within the heart of Seattle’s downtown. More than the city’s beloved public market, Pike Place Market is a vibrant neighborhood comprised of hundreds of farmers, craftspeople, small businesses and residents. Each group is an important and vital makeup of the Pike Place Neighborhood.

    In addition to preserving and protecting the historic buildings and character of the nine-acre historic district and serving as an incubator and supporter of farmers, artisans and small businesses, the Pike Place Market was chartered by the City of Seattle to provide services for low-income individuals.

    Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Victor Steinbrueck Park, Corner of Pike Place, Virginia St. and Western Ave., Seattle, WA

    Victor Steinbrueck Park is located at the north end of Pike Place Market. On a summer afternoon, the park bustles with a lively combination of neighborhood residents, visitors, tourists, and people who work in the area - all enjoying picnics, sunbathing, playing and relaxing on the park's lawn, benches, and tables.

    Here you will have to look around to find the answer to our challenge to advance to the new location and learn the story of this place.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Pass By: Beneath the Streets, 102 Cherry St, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    Beneath the Streets focuses on factual, historical information that details the birth of our city, 1890’s architecture, and several other stories including the Klondike Gold Rush, Skid Row, and the Coast Salish Peoples that first inhabited the area.

  • Departure Point :
    Union Station, 401 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98104, USA
    Departure Time :
    11/12/2020 - 12/15/2021
    Monday - Sunday:05:00 AM - 09:00 PM
    Return Detail :
    Waterfront Park, 1401 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Stroller accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Most travelers can participate
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
    • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
    • Regular temperature checks for staff
    • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
    • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Language

English - Written

Age Req.

-

Fitness Req.

None

Group Size

15

Organised by Questo App City Exploration Game

Activity ID: V-107194P83

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