Historical Sites Trip

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Like many other major cities, Seattle has a wide variety of historical and cultural landmarks which are intertwined with the city’s identity.

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks

Seattle is a certified port city. Being such a large hub for imports and exports makes Seattle a cultural magnet. After all, a party bus isn’t the only way to travel in Seattle. Also known as the Ballard Locks, The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks are a system of man made waterway canals that manipulates the water level in certain sections of the coastal waters to help transport large ships from the ship canal to the Puget Sound. Watching the ships go up and down is a jaw dropping experience for those who have never experienced it before. A large botanical garden on site features the endless selection of luscious Seattle plant life. Open from 7AM – 9AM, so there’s a long window of time to visit. 

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

Seattle’s identity is highly characterized by the historic American gold rush. Being a northern city on the west coast, Seattle was a common passing point for those journeying to Alaska. Therefore, a lot of gold passed through the city. The park provides plenty of opportunities to further one’s knowledge about the city, the gold rush, and to get involved with the locality. You’ve struck gold with our party bus service so it makes sense that you want to learn about how people have been striking gold in Seattle for centuries!

Pioneer Square

There was a time where Seattle’s oldest neighborhood was at risk of being torn down. If that would have happened, some of the most iconic historical landmarks would have gone down with it. Fortunately, Seattle’s residents fought for the preservation of this district. Make sure to give this place a visit to show appreciation for the sacrifices that Seattle natives have made to preserve the old neighborhood. Pioneer Square is 17 square blocks, so our party bus can take you to different attractions within the confines of this historical district. 

Tillicum Indian Village

Located on Blake Island, Tillicum Indian Village is only accessible by boat. Our party bus can drop you off on the coast of downtown Seattle’s waterfront. Perhaps we can get a party bus that transforms to a boat in the near future so we can drop you off right at your destination. This is known to be the birthplace of the Native American Chief Seattle is named after. After becoming a state park in 1959, it has become known as a common attraction for large groups. 

This is just a sample of many historical landmarks in Seattle. If you have any other places to include on your itinerary, let us know. All of our Seattle Party Bus Rental trips are fully customizable. Don’t hesitate to contact us to plan your historical sites trip!

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