1-Day Seattle City Tour: Future of Flight – Space Needle – Pike Place Market - 1 Day

1-Day Seattle City Tour: Future of Flight - Space Needle - Pike Place Market

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• Space Needle
• Old Pike Place Market
• Alaska Crab meal
• First Starbucks store
• EMP Museum
• Ground Transportation

1-Day Seattle City Tour: Future of Flight – Space Needle – Pike Place Market

Seattle is North America’s biggest town, both in Washington State and Pacific Northwest, and the fastest-growing major city in the US. We will take you here to the Boeing plant, the world’s largest aircraft plant. You will learn the history of aircraft manufacturing at its plant and also see one of the world’s only 4 Dream lifters; skilled Boeing worker will guide you to see the Boeing7-series assembly process. In just 3 days, Boeing can create a miracle, so get ready to open your eyes, there will be experiences you’ve never had before.

Next, we’re going to go to the hundred-year-old Pike Place Market. The Pike Place Market was founded by farmers to sell their products, it is now one of Seattle’s major tour locations, holds about 200 business events each year, displays 190 types of handcrafts, involves 120 farm vendors, plus street performers. Also where the first Starbucks store was established is Pike Place Market.

We’ll be heading to Space Needle after strolling around the market. Space Needle is a Seattle observation tower and we’re going to watch it from outside.

Chihuly Garden and Glass is a Seattle Center exhibit that showcases Dale Chihuly’s studio glass. The project consists of three main parts: the Garden, the Glasshouse and the Exhibits of the Interior. All the shows are so intriguing and amazing. Visiting is certainly worthwhile.

The EMP stands for the music project Experience. The museum was established by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and built at the foot of the Space Needle by Avant grade designer Frank Gehry. Its colourful appearance consists of a presentation of 3000 bits of metal. We’re going to visit the Pioneer Square at the end. The historic district of the Pioneer Square-Skid Road is mentioned on the National Register of Historic Places of the United States.

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