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Seattle’s Hidden Treasure

By Linda Tancs

There’s a side to Seattle, Washington, that you definitely haven’t seen. That’s because it’s hidden underground, a city entombed when the locale rebuilt on top of itself after the Great Fire of 1889. The result is a series of interconnecting tunnels revealing subterranean storefronts and sidewalks with plenty of stories to tell. You can experience it via a 75-minute underground tour beginning beneath Doc Maynard’s Public House and ending at Rogues Gallery. The easiest way to get there is by bus or light rail.

4 Comments»

  Passport Overused wrote @

Great post 🙂

  Linda Tancs wrote @

Thanks!

  Best of the Midwest wrote @

I love Seattle!

  Linda Tancs wrote @

The Pacific Northwest is a real gem!


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