Summary of The Day: Seattle is the largest city in both the State of Washington and Pacific Northwest region of North America and the fastest growing major city in the US. Here, we will bring you to Boeing factory, the largest aircraft manufacture in the world. At its factory you will learn the history of aircraft making and also see one of the only 4 Dream lifters in the world; there will be professional Boeing employee guiding you to see the assembling process of the Boeing 7-series. Boeing can build a miracle in only 3 days, so get prepared to open your eyes, there will be experiences that you never had before.
Next, we will go to Pike Place Market, which is built in a hundred years ago. The Pike Place Market was originated by farmers for selling their products, it is now one of the major tour spots in Seattle, holds about 200 commercial events every year, exhibits 190 kinds of handcrafts, includes 120 agriculture venders and plus street performers. Pike Place Market is also where the first Starbucks store was founded.
After strolling around the market, we will head to Space Needle. Space Needle is an observation tower in Seattle. It was built in the Seattle Center for the 1962 World's Fair; it drew over 2.3 million visitors, which you should never miss. It is the structure you can see from every single corner of Seattle. On top of the tower you are offered with free telescope to see the amazing view of not only Seattle city but also Puget Sound and Mt. Rainier. You can also surprise yourself by experiencing the most advanced hologram technology at the Space Needle.
Chihuly Garden and Glass(only available in 2017) is an exhibit in the Seattle Center showcasing the studio glass of Dale Chihuly. The project includes three primary components: the Garden, the Glasshouse, and the Interior Exhibits. All the exhibitions are so fascinating and breathtaking. It is definitely worth to visit.
The EMP stands for Experience Music Project. The museum is founded by Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen and designed by Avant grade designer Frank Gehry, located at the foot of the Space Needle. Its colorful appearance is made up by 3000 pieces of metal means to present. In the end, we will visit the Pioneer Square. The Pioneer Square-Skid Road Historic District is listed on the United States' National Register of Historic Places.
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* Child: 12 and younger
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Easy going, and not rush. we get to see and do what we want. Tour guide explained clearly the history and background. he is easy to understand. * one point to note is- Chihuly glass garden shouldn't be undermined, he is a great artist ...and his museum is definitely worth the visit. Please don't ask us to go to east coast to visit his museum, and miss thi sone in Seattle. we truly enjoyed the visit. ^_^ Read full review
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