Discovery Park Tours
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Discovery Park is Seattle’s largest public park and although the green space offers over 11 miles of trails, the shorter Loop Trail is perfect for those wanting a quick taste of the scenery. Connecting to the other trails designed for further exploration, it follows the perimeter of the park, taking hikers through second-growth forests consisting of maple, alder, cherry, fir and cedar trees, open meadows and along sandy beaches littered with gnarly driftwood. The park is also a great place to get a view of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound, as well as to catch a glimpse of the diverse wildlife. Seals, sea lions, chipmunks and over 270 species of birds have made their home in and around the 534 acres of the park and just like the visitors coming here for a quick respite, have found somewhat of a sanctuary from the active city.
On the land of the park you can also find the Daybreak Star Cultural Center, a foundation providing social and educational services to Native Americans, as well as the incredibly picturesque West Point Lighthouse. The latter is also known as the Discovery Park Lighthouse and is a historic building that has been in operation since 1881. Perched on the very westernmost tip of the peninsula in the midst of windswept grass and a rocky beach full of driftwood, it makes for a stunning photo opportunity.
Discovery Park is located in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle and opens daily from 4am to 11:30pm. Parking is available, but it is also easy to get there with bus numbers 33 and 24.
Address: 3801 Discovery Park Boulevard, Seattle, Washington 98199, USA
5 Tours and Activities to Experience Discovery Park
Leave the hustle and bustle of the city on this tour and enjoy the best views Seattle has to offer. Make sure to bring your camera on this excursion. You will have a state of the art Rad Power Electric Bike on this 15 mile 3 hour tour. Meet us at the Vine St Storage Unit directly across from the Edgewater Hotel on the corner of Alaskan Way and Wall St, look for the green SBT signs. (see meet up location) This is where we equip you up with your electric bike and helmet. After gearing up we voyage in style through Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park on a beautiful bike trail on Seattle’s waterfront on our way to Magnolia which hosts Seattles biggest park known as Discovery Park and the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center. Your bicycle guide will navigate you through the complex maze of trails on this 3 hour 15 mile electric bicycle journey to one of Seattle’s nicest neighborhoods. Must be 13-years-old and 5’0 to ride the Rad Power Electric Bike. $99 per person.
Seattle is famous for its bustling waterfront, numerous green spaces, and historic neighborhoods. Ideal for first-time visitors, this sightseeing tour provides an overview of top attractions such as Pioneer Square, the Space Needle, and Pike Place market. Sit back and relax while your guide provides historical and cultural background for each destination, and enjoy stops to walk and take photos.
Waiting to take off on a cruise? Get to know the beautiful city of Seattle on a small-group guided sightseeing tour around town. Hop in a mini-coach and enjoy a relaxing ride to the city’s most popular attractions, like the iconic Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and many more, including a great view of Mt. Rainier. Hotel pickup and port drop-off are included. Luggage will be safely stowed during the tour, and a timely return to the cruise port is guaranteed.
Get to know the landscape of Seattle on a private sightseeing tour that provides an introduction to the city--great for the start of your stay. Traveling in a Suburban (avoid the bus tours), you'll pass by Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, and other major attractions across seven neighborhoods. Along the way, stop for photo ops and learn about local history.
See the best of Seattle on this sightseeing tour. Sit back and relax in a spacious coach as a knowledgeable guide presents Seattle’s neighborhoods and attractions. See the iconic Space Needle (admission included) with stellar views of the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, including majestic Mt Rainier. There’s Pike Place Market and the Elliott Bay waterfront, plus Pioneer Square. The list goes on. This tour includes convenient hotel pickup.
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