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Bill Speidel's Underground Tour
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We're getting ready for Halloween! Join us for a special adults-only Underworld Tour on October 31. Tours start at 7, 8 and 9 p.m.
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Halloween special at the Underground Gift Shop! Zombie t-shirt only $10.95.
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Doc Maynard’s Public House is the restored 1890s saloon where the Underground Tour begins. 
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Pioneer Square, early 1900s
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Pioneer Square's Salumi is one of the best cheap eats in Seattle. See what other restaurants are on the list: http://bit.ly/18Y5T51
What are Seattle's best cheap eats? Urbanspoon has an answer for that, with a new list for best cheap eats in America. Released Wednesday, it features more than 80 places nationwide, with five in S...
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On this day in 1852, construction begins on pioneer Henry Yesler's sawmill. Located in what is now Pioneer Square, Seattle, it's the first steam-powered sawmill on Puget Sound. For more information, visit HistoryLink:
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Photos of the underground via lauratiny: https://twitter.com/lauratiny
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Our tour visits the Schwabacher building's underground space.
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"Rare, gorgeous views of Seattle and the Northwest" via the Seattle P.I. http://bit.ly/1c9U8cY
Sure, you've seen sunsets, Mount Rainier and Seattle's skyline. But probably not in the same way Jeff Abel has. A Seattle landscape photographer, Abel captures stunning views of stars, Earth and wa...
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Tlingit totem pole in Pioneer Place Park.
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608 1st Ave Seattle, WA 98104
608 1st AvenueUSWashingtonSeattle98104
(206) 682-4646undergroundtour.com
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Today 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 9:00 pm

Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour is a historic walking tour of Seattle’s oldest neighborhood of Pioneer Square and the subterranean passageways of the Underground.

The Underground tour will take you into the abandoned Underground, where you will stroll past subterranean storefronts and beneath the present day sidewalks! On the tour you will hear historical and humorous stories of early Seattle’s pioneers and the mistakes and achievements that helped shape Seattle into the city it is today. These are the stories our pioneers didn’t want you to hear. 

Underground Tours run daily from 9:00 am- 7:00 pm

Underworld Tours run daily 8:00 pm and 9:00 pm 

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"You'll learn about sidewalks, toilets and tides."
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"BTW it was only 3 and they were more like junky basements than underground city."
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"The gift shop had nice variety and excellent prices!"
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Simon Butcher
a month ago
Cheesy humour at break-neck pace carries an infornation packed tour through three sections (roughly 10%) of the original sidewalks of the are, set one story below the current street level. Quirky layers of Seattle's history are presented peppered with corny jokes but the result stands and keeps dark dusty basements interesting, as ultimately it's not so much the basement spaces that are interesting so much as the stories of how this bizarre arrangement even came about. It seems the accessible space has shrunk over the years, but the tour is interesting nevertheless. During the day it's family friendly, but they also have ghost tours and a shorter tour that focuses on drugs and prostitution in the area, and the latter apparently includes a free drink at the end.
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Sam H
a month ago
it was very fun and the guide scared the fillin out of my dounut
Sheila E
6 months ago
An amazing journey into the history of Seattle! My tour guide Clay was funny, engaging and very informative! I am excited to take the UnderWorld Tour next! As other's have stated, if you do not appreciate history and think you are going into a renovated space, you will be disappointed. They have left the spaces in their originally-found condition, with the exception of safety.
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Joanie Yanda
6 months ago
Great place to go for a date. The lobby has a bar and the feeling and atmosphere is intimate. Then the tour is awesome. It's really cool to see if you live in the Seattle area but also as a tourist as well. Interesting history i never knew. I will be going again!
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Sundee LaTurner
a month ago
We decided to do the Paranormal tour. Never having done anything like this, I was prepared for a "Ghost Hunters" style experience. I was let down. There are so many people on the tour that you couldn't hear a creepy voice if you wanted too. I guess I also expected a spookier experience.
Dale Bertram
5 months ago
Tour was ok but the tour guide was lame! Tried to be funny but no one was laughing! Flyer says that if you don't have humor don't go, I think the tour guide left his behind.
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Christian Hope
5 months ago
Fascinating. Who would have known. You Seattle folk are strange ;-)
Lucas Brasher
9 months ago
Worst tour to date. Don't get me wrong my guide was great and fun to listen to but there was little to no history regarding the underground buildings we visited. BTW it was only 3 and they were more like junky basements than underground city. The amount of homeless beggars was off putting and disturbing, often disturbing me and my family as well as other tour goers. Knowing it was going to end in a gift shop I didnt mind, but the tour ends abruptly. Most stops along the way we were hurried out of because the groups behind were catching up. To make it clear this place is a shame to the city and its people.
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