Georgetown and Seward Park

Georgetown is one of my favorite neighborhoods in the city, full of art, history, bars, small indie businesses and more! Seward Park has one of only 2 chunks of old-growth forests left in Seattle. These are places visitors never hear about and are true gems.

Georgetown is Seattle’s oldest neighborhood, and as of now, still retains some of the incredible architecture of early Seattle. We will learn about the amazing (sometimes sordid) history of the neighborhood, taste locally made chocolates, sip beverages, shop for records, comic books, vintage stuff, play pinball, view art and explore the funky bits of the city! If you like vintage shopping, tour on a weekend so we can visit the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall, which is full of locally made art and vintage delights and happens to have Seattle’s best cookies. Then we are off to Seward Park for incredible views of Mt. Rainier and a flip-flop accessible walk through one of the last old-growth forests in city limits. Seriously, this is fantastic!

Georgetown and Seward Park

Georgetown is one of my favorite neighborhoods in the city, full of art, history, bars, small indie businesses and more! Seward Park has one of only 2 chunks of old-growth forests left in Seattle. These are the places visitors never hear about and are true gems.

image courtesy of the Georgetown Merchants Assoc.

These are two of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods, and as of now, still retain some of the incredible architecture of early Seattle. We will learn about the amazing (sometimes sordid) history of these neighborhoods, taste locally made chocolates, sip beverages, shop for records, comic books, vintage stuff, play pinball, view art and explore the funky bits of the city! If you like vintage shopping, tour on a weekend so we can visit the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall, which is full of locally made art and vintage delights and happens to have Seattle’s best cookies. Then we are off to Seward Park for incredible views of Mt. Rainier and one of the last old-growth forests, for a flip-flop accessible walk through the park! Seriously, this is fantastic!

Individual tickets: 119.00 + tax
  • Tour duration: 3 hours
  • Meet up location: Cherry Street Coffee House
    700 1st Ave
Private group (up to 4 people): 349.00 + tax
  • Tour duration: 3 hours
  • Meet up location: I will pickup at the location of your choice.
Individual tickets: 119.00 + tax
  • Tour duration: 3 hours
  • Meet up location: Cherry Street Coffee House
    700 1st Ave
Private group (up to 4 people): 349.00 + tax
  • Tour duration: 3 hours
  • Meet up location: I will pickup at the location of your choice.

Georgetown and Columbia City are two of my favorite neighborhoods in the city, full of art, history, bars, small indie businesses and so much more! These are places visitors never hear about and are true gems.

These are two of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods, and as of now, still retain some of the incredible architecture of early Seattle. We will learn about the amazing (sometimes sordid) history of these neighborhoods, taste locally made chocolates, sip beverages, shop for records, comic books, vintage stuff, play pinball, view art and explore the funky bits of the city! If you like vintage shopping, tour on a weekend so we can visit the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall, which is full of locally made art and vintage delights and happens to have Seattle’s best cookies.

Individual tickets: 99.00 + tax

Tour duration: 3 hours
Meet up location: Cherry Street Coffee House
700 1st Ave (corner of 1st Ave and Cherry Street)

Private group (up to 4 people): 349.00 + tax

Tour duration: 3 hours
Meet up location: I will pickup at the location of your choice.