Seattle Architectural Walking Tour is CLOCKHOURS

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How often do you really “Look UP” in Seattle?  We are always trying to make sure we are going the right way on a one way street, looking for parking, and avoiding pedestrians!  Here is your chance to take a walking tour of the city and learn about the history and design of some of the most notable buildings in Seattle.  Catch a birds eye view of the city from the highest Starbucks in the U.S., visit the Mayors office, explore the red floor in the library and get a great photo of the Walrus on the Arctic Building.  From Art Deco to Modern design, you will get a sense of history and how it affected the skyline of our city.  Natalie is an award winning tour guide and has led this tour for the past 7 years to people from all over the world!

The tour will start at 10am at the Rainier Tower Atrium on the third floor at the Seattle Architecture Foundation office.  Tuition is $30 for all adults.. kids half price.  I donate much of it to the foundation.

Register at the payment link on the right side of the clockhours.com website. Registration is limited.  Join Natalie for lunch afterwards if you have time.

The currently scheduled dates are:

Tuesday, Aug 26th 11am – 2pm

Friday, Sept 5th 11am -2pm

Questions… email clockhours@gmail.com