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13 Tours in Washington

Boehm's Chocolates
Issaquah, WA

Julius Boehm (1897-1981), the original founder of Boehm's Candy Kitchen in Issaquah, WA, was of Swiss-Austrian decent. After immigrating to the United States in 1940, he and partner George Tedlock opened the first Candy Kitchen in the Greenlake area of Seattle.

In 1956 the company moved to Issaquah where he built the Edelweiss Chalet and a beautiful Alpine Chapel in the shadow of the Issaquah Alps. To this day the Issaquah Boehm's Candies plant manufactures over 150 different confections.


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Boeing Commercial Airplane
Mukilteo, WA

The Boeing Everett factory tours are conducted to showcase The Boeing Company and the Everett product line, the 747, 767, 777 and soon 787. As part of the tour, visitors walk through part of the largest building in the world by volume (472,000,000 cubic feet). On the Boeing flight line, visitors see airplanes in various stages of assembly, manufacture and flight test for airline customers around the world.


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Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
Woodinville, WA

They are eager to share their passion for wine as well as the history of our winery, the grounds and other area attractions to provide you an informative and enjoyable visit. Please allow 40 minutes for a tour and tasting.

In addition to our complimentary tastings that are included with a guided tour, we offer two premium-tasting options:

Selected reserve and single vineyard wine tastings available at Wine Shop tasting bar for a $5 fee (no appointments necessary).

Private tastings of our reserve, single vineyard and library wines are available in our Vintage Reserve Room for an $8 ...
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Franz Bakery (Seattle, WA)
Seattle, WA

The story of United States Bakery and Franz Family Bakeries began in 1897 when Engelbert Franz, at age 15, wrote to his uncle, who owned the United States Bakery in Portland, Oregon. Engelbert asked his uncle to send him passage to travel from Rothsaifen, Austria to Portland, Oregon. In return, Engelbert would work for his uncle and pay him back. His uncle, needing dependable employees, agreed to send for Engelbert. During the eight years Engelbert worked for United States Bakery, he repaid his uncle and also sent for his brother Joseph to join him at the bakery.

In 1906 the ...
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Liberty Orchards
Cashmere, WA

Don't miss the sweetest tour on the Cascade Loop. Take a refreshing break and visit the candy kitchens of Liberty Orhards. Located just one minute off Highway 2 in Cashmere, Washington, we offer continous tours... every 20 minutes, and lots of free samples for everyone!

Aplets & Cotlets ... a unique Washington tradition. Handmade from a secret family recipe, Aplets & Cotlets and Fruit Festives get their smooth, natural flavor from wholesome ingredients... pure fruit juices and premium nutmeats. And, of course, no preservatives!

You'll find goodies galore in our little Country Store. Oure shelves are filled with scrumptious Pacific ...
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Microsoft Visitor Center
Redmond, WA

It all started with the dream of "a computer on every desk and in every home." In just 28 years, Microsoft turned this revolutionary idea into a reality, creating a new industry and transforming how we work, live, learn and play. Today, Microsoft is empowering people everywhere to realize their potential through great software anytime, anyplace and on any device.

At the Microsoft Museum, you can explore the vision, products, culture and history of Microsoft. Our exhibits showcase everything from the very first personal computer to some of today's most exciting technologies including Windows, Xbox and the ...
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Redhook Brewery (Woodinville, WA)
Woodinville, WA

Consumer thirst for specialty beers caused an increase in demand, which drove the growth of the microbrewery industry. In order to respond to this development, Redhook made a commitment to brew enough beer to satisfy the burgeoning demand. In July, 1994, Redhook completed its second brewery in Woodinville, Washington, 20 miles east of Seattle. The beautiful facility features expansive grounds and the Forecasters Public House, where you can indulge in all of the Redhook Ales and pub-style meals.


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SAFECO Field
Seattle, WA

SAFECO Field is the fabulous new home of the Seattle Mariners. Guests are treated to a 19.59 acre outdoor baseball park with real grass and a retractable roof.

Tour one of the premier baseball facilities ever built, including areas of the ballpark that are not normally open to the public: press box, luxury suites, field, dugout and visitor's clubhouse. Cameras welcome! (All areas are subject to availability depending on activities within the ballpark.)


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Seattle Seahawks Stadium
Seattle, WA

Visit the home of the Seattle Seahawks.


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Seattle Times Newspaper
Bothell, WA

The tour includes following the newspapers "hot off the press" through our packaging center and out the door to the trucks. One of the most popular parts of the tour is watching the robots pick up enormous rolls of newsprint and move them to the press.


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The Lincoln Theatre
Mount Vernon, WA

The Lincoln Theatre, a restored 1926 historic vaudeville & silent movie house in downtown Mount Vernon, presents a year-round schedule of concerts, current and classic films, and community events. The theatre works with local school districts, hosting school performances and workshops by performing artists on tour, as well as annual concerts by secondary school bands. The theatre hosts concerts by the local youth symphony, presents community-sponsored children?s theatre productions, as well as serving as a venue for fund-raising events by local service organizations. The Lincoln Theatre Center Foundation, founded in 1987, is a registered non-profit organization supported by over 2000 ...
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Theo Chocolate
Seattle, WA

Theo produces premium, organic, fair trade and specialty chocolate. Our founder, Joseph Whinney, pioneered the manufacture and supply of organic chocolate products as the first importer of organic cocoa beans into North America in 1994.

Over a decade later, Theo is proud to be the only roaster of organic cocoa beans and the first roaster of Fair Trade certified cocoa beans in the United States. All of our ingredients are carefully selected to ensure they meet our standards for social and environmental responsibility.


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Washougal Mill
Washougal, WA

Visitors to the Washougal Mill store are invited to take a free tour of the mill. Here you can see the process firsthand from our state-of-the-art dye house, through spinning and weaving, to the finishing of our distinctive Indian blankets. When your finished you can visit our Mill Store pictured to the left where you can select from Pendleton's array of menswear, womanswear, blankets and fabrics. For more information phone 1-800-568-2480.


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