This underground plaza is also quite a huge structure, where you can enjoy a lot of interesting excavation projects, and some living facilities in the underground city are also quite simple. You need to follow the marked route to enjoy it here.
This is the legendary city piled up city, a disaster destroyed the city, and people built new cities on the city, and a kind of dungeon wonders appeared. Here the tour guide can explain the detailed process and let us understand the behind it. history.
A friend and I went to this tour after a friend recommended it. Adam the tour guide was amazing, he really brought the story to life! Definitely the best tour I took on my west coast road trip.
In 1898, Seattle was burnt to ashes by a fire. During the reconstruction process, the city was upgraded by one floor. The original first floor became a basement, which is the underground city of Pioneer Square we see today. If you've already visited Seattle's various places of interest and have experienced the various beauty of the waterfront, you may wish to take a look at the underground old city in the rest of the time, and see what it was like when the city first emerged nearly a hundred years ago.
Heads up for senior citizens, lots of stairs and 1.5 hours of standing, excellent local history!
This tour is really good and great value for money as $20 will give you an hour and a half of entertainment. The guide we had was exceptional, really knowledgeable and funny too. It is interesting to see parts of Seattle that most others don't and learn some of the history of the area. There are a lot of steps and cramp spaces so it is not very accessible and small kids might struggle with the route and the duration.
The tour guide was super funny and very knowledgeable. Gives you great insight into Seattle's risqué past. Definitely a must.
Preston_Dominguez: 614 1st Avenue, Seattle, Washington
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Space Needle,Seattle Docklands,Chihuly Garden and Glass,Pike Place Market,Museum of Pop Culture