Ride the Ducks & Dunn Gardens
Get a Double Dose of Fun With Ride the Ducks & Dunn Gardens
The latest from Alki Tours promises a day of riotous fun with two very unique Seattle destinations. First, you'll board amphibious World War II vehicles and Ride the Ducks to explore the Emerald City both on land (through downtown) and by water (across Lake Union). After enjoying a great lunch, you'll then get to participate on a tour of Dunn Gardens, a horticultural dream that features plants dating back to the 1910s and sweeping woodland gardens. Don't miss this action-packed day of sightseeing in Seattle!
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The last date listed for Ride the Ducks & Dunn Gardens was Wednesday June 5, 2013 / 9:00am.
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Lunch is included in the offer. Wear good walking shoes.
About the Ticket Supplier: Alki Tours
For more than 15 years, our daily goal at Alki Tours Worldwide has been to deliver the highest quality, best value and exceptional service to our family of travelers, every single time. Our mission is to inspire, inform and equip travelers on tours that are fun, affordable and culturally broadening. We value travel as a powerful way to better understand and contribute to the world in which we live. We strive to deliver a first class travel experience, with unique itineraries all while stretching your travel dollar further than its ever gone.