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To schedule a virtual group visit, please email [email protected] .
Group visits are designed specifically for high school students and prospective transfer students. Visits are organized around the campus tour.
The 60-minute student-led campus tour includes:
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Note that group tours do not include a residence hall room. Due to limited availability of tour guides and classroom space, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions hosts groups of up to 40 guests for a student-guided tour. Please ensure that there is 1:10 chaperone to student ratio.
Group visits are available at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. each weekday. Information Sessions for group visits are dependent on space and counselor availability. Additionally, group visits are not available during holidays, breaks, final exam periods, or the first week of each quarter.
Due to limited availability of tour guides and classroom space, we cannot accommodate groups with more than 40 people. Please ensure that there is a 1:10 chaperone to student ratio.
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We require at least three weeks notice to organize your visit. If you are interested in an information session, please include that request in the Additional Requests and Information section of the Group Visit Request Form.
We request that groups arrive on campus at least 15-20 minutes prior to the scheduled start time to allow members to unload the van/bus and go to the restroom before the start of the tour.
After submitting your Group Visit Request Form , the Group Visit Coordinator will contact you within 3 business days for any follow-up or additional information that is needed.
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Are you applying to seattle university explore the campus using the virtual tour below..
Virtual tours are a great way to refresh your memory or to preview an on-site tour of Seattle U.
Why a Virtual Tour?
At the beginning of your college search, a virtual tour can be a beneficial tool to explore the campus before your visit. When you do visit the campus, be sure to talk to current students about their experiences. A student perspective is a helpful way to gauge your future experience when attending Seattle University. Already took an on-campus tour? It's inevitable. All of your college tours will blend, and you might forget the appearance of Seattle U's library, dorms, or cafeteria. Use the virtual tour to jog your memory! With the interactive mapping tool below you can even explore the area surrounding the campus.
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We warmly invite you to visit the law school. It’s a great way for you to learn more at Seattle U Law, including the curriculum, student life, faculty, and our mission.
There are a variety of opportunities to visit with us:
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- View information about Seattle University main campus tours . Note that main campus tours do not include the interior of Sullivan Hall.
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The University has removed the mask mandate, however, they are still strongly recommended indoors, regardless of vaccination status.
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If you haven’t already, be sure to register for a campus tour so we know you’re coming.
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If you haven’t already, be sure to register for a campus tour as we are unable to accommodate walk-on’s at this time.
While we can’t wait to see everyone in person, if you are sick with any illness and especially if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please do not come to campus, even if you are vaccinated.
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Admissions information sessions are back, however, we invite you to explore our series of short videos outlining the freshman admission and application process. Explore the admissions YouTube playlist in advance of your visit so we can answer any follow up questions you may have.
Seattle weather is typically mild. A hooded jacket or umbrella is often a good idea, depending on the time of year. Wear comfortable shoes. The campus tour covers 1.4 miles. For the most up-to-date forecast, visit weather.com .
During extreme weather conditions, visit the UW homepage to ensure the campus is open. In the event that campus is closed, all visit activities will be cancelled and guests will be notified.
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By bus: More than 60 bus routes serve the University District, including many with stops right on campus.
By Link light rail: The UW light rail stop is at Husky Stadium/University of Washington, a 10-minute walk from the Husky Union Building (HUB), where campus tours and information sessions take place. The UW stop is a 45-minute ride from Sea-Tac International Airport.
By air: Sea-Tac International Airport serves Seattle and is about 30 minutes from campus by car (during heavy traffic, this may take up to an hour).
Driving directions to the Central Plaza Garage gatehouse
From interstate 5 (i-5), northbound or southbound.
Note: Do not use the express lanes.
- Take exit 169 (NE 45th St) toward 45th St.
- Take a right turn from I-5 N or a left turn from I-5 S to travel east on NE 45th St. for about half a mile.
- Turn right on 15th Ave. NE and continue for several blocks to NE 41st St.
- Central Plaza Garage is on the left (east) side of 15th Ave NE.
From the east side of Lake Washington via SR 520 (toll bridge)
- Take SR 520 westbound toward Seattle.
- Take the Montlake Blvd. NE exit, then turn right (north) onto Montlake Blvd. to cross the Montlake Bridge.
- Just past the bridge, turn left on Pacific Ave., and continue west for several blocks. You will pass the UW Medical Center and Health Sciences complex on your left.
- Turn right onto 15th Ave. NE and continue north about three blocks to NE 41st St.
- Central Plaza Garage is on the right (east) side of 15th Ave NE.
Parking on campus
If you drive, we recommend getting to campus at least 30 minutes before your scheduled visit to allow time to park and find your way to your destination. We recommend parking in the Central Plaza Garage where you can use the PayByPhone option in lots C02, C03 or C04. The Central Plaza Garage entrance can be found on 15th Ave NE at NE 41st Street ( see map ).
Alternately, you may use the self serve parking map to find parking elsewhere on campus.
Campus tours leave from the Admissions Welcome Center, room 106 in the Husky Union Building (HUB).
During the 75-minute student-led campus tour you’ll explore 1.4 miles of upper campus covering the Liberal Arts Quadrangle, Red Square, Sylvan Grove and more.
Restroom access will be available in the Husky Union Building (HUB) before and after the tour so please plan accordingly.
For a look inside classrooms and other student services buildings, we encourage to check out our virtual tour . And, for a glimpse inside residence halls sign up for a housing tour or check out the housing virtual tour.
Many restaurants and venues in our region now require proof of vaccination – which can often be a photo of the documentation on your phone – or a negative coronavirus test result for entry. Some UW events will also follow this practice, so make sure to keep copies of your vaccination card or documentation with you.
We remain committed to providing a high-quality Husky Experience for every student, supporting the University of Washington’s vital research and service missions, and continuing to provide the outstanding medical care that keeps our community healthy.
Want to document your visit with an iconic UW photo? Here are our favorite spots:
In March and April, don’t miss the Yoshino cherry trees blooming all over the Quad. But don’t worry if you visit another time — there are 200 other types of cherry trees around campus that bloom after the Yoshino cherry trees. Follow their progress on Twitter .
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Top Boat Tours from Seattle
Updated : October 10, 2023
Seattle tourists of any age can enjoy an immersive boat ride experience, capturing views of many popular attractions and landmarks. The city’s location, surrounded by Puget Sound, Lake Washington and Lake Union, offers endless opportunities for exciting boat tours to add to your vacation itinerary. Whether you're into a relaxed sunset cruise or a thrilling whale-watching experience, you'll have many options to choose from with these Seattle boat tours.
Each of these tours provides a unique experience, which means you’ll never run out of new ways to explore the Emerald City every time you visit. Check out these top Seattle boat tours you won't want to miss on your visit.
Known as one of Seattle’s most popular boat tour companies, Argosy Cruises has offered premier sightseeing cruises for over 70 years. Visitors have two options for boat tours here, the Harbor Cruise and the Locks Cruise. Both include informative narrations that cover Seattle’s history and landmarks.
One option by Argosy Cruises, the Harbor Cruise, features a one-hour experience from the skyline to the shipping port. During your experience, you’ll be able to check out sweeping views of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound. Guests can also grab a refreshing drink at the full-service bar on-board.
The Locks Cruise (Hiram M. Chittenden Locks)
Argosy Cruises also offers the Locks Cruise, a longer two-hour boat tour experience. The Locks cruise takes you through the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks attraction, featuring up-close views of seaplanes and floating home communities. The Locks Cruise also features an exciting opportunity to witness salmon migration and spot wildlife along the cruise. After completing this one-way experience, hop aboard the Locks Cruise Return bus to return to your starting location.
Seattle Ferry Tour
Another popular option for top Seattle boat tours is the Seattle Ferry Tour, offering breathtaking views of the city skyline and surrounding islands. A Seattle Ferry Tour can be booked for year-round private charters, or you can explore weekend Ice Cream Cruises. During an Ice Cream Cruise, enjoy a 45-minute trip around Seattle’s Lake Union while snacking on a delicious treat. This option is a great way to incorporate a quick boat tour in Seattle into your trip itinerary.
Lake Union Cruise
Looking for something different for your Seattle experience? Try a private sunset Lake Union Cruise! You'll pass by drawbridges and seaplanes and enjoy stunning lake views. The Lake Union Cruise can be done as a three-hour sunset tour but is also available as a one-hour sightseeing cocktail cruise. This unique experience offers a guided tour that points out prominent landmarks and local history, such as the Space Needle and Husky Stadium.
The Lake Union Cruise is also amongst the top Seattle boat tours thanks to its casual and relaxed atmosphere. Visitors aboard the cruise can enjoy one free drink included in the ticket price. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views of Lake Union on this exciting tour.
Island Adventures Whale Watching
Whale Watching is another top activity to explore during your visit to Seattle. With the Island Adventures Whale Watching experience, you'll embark on a memorable and thrilling whale-watching expedition. This boat tour is strategically placed to offer guests the best opportunities to view the whales. Throughout the tour, you'll benefit from expert naturalists sharing insights about marine life, providing plenty of chances to learn fun facts.
This whale-watching experience takes place aboard an elevated wheelhouse with an upper deck, providing better chances to see orcas, humpback whales and other exciting marine life.
Seattle Electric Boat Company
Offering three styles of electric boats available for rentals, the Seattle Electric Boat Company provides a new way to experience Seattle's views. You and your travel group can rent out electric-powered boats (seating between six and twelve passengers) to create your own customizable tours.
With no boating license required, anyone can operate these boats for a self-guided exploration of Lake Union's scenic beauty. This opportunity is perfect for special occasions or intimate gatherings! Plus, the Seattle Electric Boat Company offers year-round excursions, as boats are heated and completely enclosed.
Salish Sea Tours
Experience an eco-friendly tour of Elliott Bay, focusing on wildlife and marine conservation. The one-hour Salish Sea Tour takes place along a catamaran, equipped with two-full service bars for your enjoyment. Along your ride, watch for seals, sea lions, bald eagles and many other species that live in the surrounding environment. Light snacks and refreshments are also available for purchase during your ride. Tour tickets can be purchased online up to two months before your visit date.
Alki Kayak Tours
If you want to experience Seattle with a more hands-on approach, try Alki Kayak Tours. These scenic and informative guided kayak tours explore Seattle's waterfront, offering several different options to choose from. During the Elliott Bay Sea Kayak Tour, visitors will paddle along Alki Beach and Duwamish River, exploring this historic region. This tour is perfect for families and is about two hours in duration. Throughout this kayak experience, check out the close-up views of marine life and natural habitats in the area.
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We are proud to announce that six current students at the School of Art + Art History + Design students were elected for the Henry Art Gallery’s Henry Art Liaison Program (2023-2024 Cohort).
Henry Art Liaisons spend a year developing their professional skills in museum public programming as interns giving tours and other community-centered engagements at the Henry. Building on the idea that everyone's life and learning can be enriched through dialogue with contemporary art, Henry Art Liaison Tours center the co-creation of knowledge about art by inviting visitors to connect their lived experiences to the art on display. These tours are pathways for the UW community, school and student groups, intergenerational audiences, and the general public to connect with the concepts and conversations found within the Henry’s exhibitions.
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DECEMBER SAT, DEC 2: 1:30 – 2:30 PM SUN, DEC 3: 1:30 – 2:30 PM THU, DEC 7: 5:30 – 6:30 PM SAT, DEC 9: 1:30 – 2:30 PM SUN, DEC 10: 1:30 – 2:30 PM THU, DEC 14: 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Meet the 2023-24 Henry Art Liaisons
Hi! My name is Sven (he/they). I am currently a Photomedia major minoring in Digital Art and Experimental Media. Art and creativity have played massive roles in my life and I hope to share this passion with others as a Henry Art Liaison. I am excited to learn more about exhibition practices and having open dialogue about the works with our visitors!
Hi! My name is Kae (they/them) and I'm currently a UW student majoring in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts along with a minor in Diversity, joining the Henry as a liaison. Ever since I could walk and talk, art has been a crucial part of my life, serving as a vessel for self-expression in many facets. As I grew more aware of the world around me, I learned about the importance of art in ongoing sociopolitical issues, especially among marginalized groups, which is why I am eager to participate in the Henry's goal of giving underrepresented groups an artistic spotlight.
Hello, my name is Isabella (she/her). I’m currently an undergraduate majoring in Art, Interdisciplinary Visual Art focus. I’m excited to get some hands-on experience interning at the gallery and learning about contemporary art.
I'm Rosaline (she/her) and I’m delighted to be a part of this year’s Henry Art Liaison program, and embarking on a journey in bridging and meaning-making. For me, contemporary art represents an uninhibited realm of freeform, one that infuses my life with vitality and keeps my mind constantly engaged in thought and inquiry. I'm currently pursuing my B.A. in Interdisciplinary Visual Art at the University of Washington.
Hello! I am Ayla (she/her)! I am a senior majoring in Art History and Political Science with a minor in Textual Studies and Digital Humanities. I am passionate about contemporary art and its ability to spark important conversations. I’m looking forward to developing new visitor engagement programming with my fellow cohort.
Hi! My name’s Sorel (they/them). I’m an artist and art educator. I’ve been teaching visual art for three years at Arts Corps, mostly with elementary and high schoolers. I’ve also been interning at the Seattle Art Museum since this summer. I’m excited to explore how two different museums approach current issues of decolonization and antiracism. I’m also looking forward to working together with other UW students to bring new ideas to the Henry. In terms of my art practice, I focus mostly on printmaking (screenprint and woodblock) and I’m learning ceramics. I’m currently a senior, studying Art and Comparative History of Ideas with a minor in Linguistics. Outside of work, I’m hosting a DIY drag show and trying to get my roommate’s evil demon cat to like me. Come ask me about the silly interactions I’ve had with my students.
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Employers are hosting events virtually in Handshake and want you to attend! You can find the full list of upcoming events on Handshake: uw.joinhandshake.com/events . Here are some you may want to check out:
Exclusive! Virtual Panel with Dept of Defense Hiring Representatives
Tuesday, November 14, 2023 @ 6:00-7:00pm EST
Join AI Futures for an exclusive Department of Defense Career Panel with Hiring Reps from Air Force Material Command, Army Research Lab-DEVCOM, Naval Surface Warfare-Crane, and AI Futures Coordinators. Learn about hiring pathways, the process, preferred majors, and federal employment insights… Read the full event description and register for this virtual event here .
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The Love of Teaching-In Alaska!
Wednesday, November 15, 2023 @ 6:00-7:00pm CST
Learn more durin this information event! Great benefits and salary!!!… Read the full event description and register for this virtual event here .
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Portfolio Workshop – Standing Out As An Art Student
Wednesday, November 15, 2023 @ 4:30-5:30pm EST
This workshop will equip you with the tools to make your art shine in the competitive world of creativity. Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your art into a powerful portfolio that leaves a lasting impression… Read the full event description and register for this virtual event here .
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Resume Workshop ft. EF Go Ahead Tours
Thursday, November 16, 2023 @ 11:00am-12:00pm EST
You’ll hear directly from EF recruiters who review hundreds of applications and can share with you the best practices of resume do’s and don’ts! At the end of the presentation, we’ll also share some hot opportunities available with EF’s Go Ahead Tours division… Read the full event description and register for this virtual event here .
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Career Growth: Unlock Your Potential!
Thursday, November 16, 2023 @ 4:00-4:40pm PST
Don’t miss this chance to gain real insights and valuable advice from Michele Arnone as you navigate your own career path. Her experiences and wisdom are sure to empower and inspire you… Read the full event description and register for this virtual event here .
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Darcy & Jer No Refunds Tour 2024 (Seattle)
The highly-anticipated Darcy & Jer No Refunds Tour is set to take place at the renowned Neptune Theatre in Seattle, WA, on January 13, 2024. Located at the vibrant address of 1303 NE 45th Street, this iconic venue will be the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable night of music and entertainment. Get ready to be swept away by the mesmerizing performances of Darcy and Jer as they take the stage and captivate the audience with their unparalleled talent. From the moment the lights dim and the first notes fill the air, you'll be transported to a world of pure musical bliss. The Darcy & Jer No Refunds Tour is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that music enthusiasts won't want to miss. With a wide range of genres and styles, there's something for everyone to enjoy. From soulful ballads to upbeat anthems, Darcy and Jer will showcase their versatility and passion for music in every song. Mark your calendars and set your alarms, as tickets for this extraordinary event will go on sale starting from June 16, 2023, at 17:00. Make sure to secure your spot and be part of this incredible journey. Remember, the Darcy & Jer No Refunds Tour is an event that promises to leave a lasting impression. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to witness two exceptional artists come together on one stage.
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For groups of 12 or more, you may send us an inquiry at [email protected]. Although we do not guarantee bulk deals for all our tours, there are some tours for which we can offer discounted pricing. Ordinary hop-on-hop-off bus tickets are entitled to group savings. Attractions, pass items and combo tickets aren't.
Due the nature of this type of tour and varying demand, group travellers should be aware that there is no guarantee that the group will be able to travel altogether as the available seats vary from stop to stop and depends on demand each day. The group may need to split up and/or wait for the next bus(s).
As, we cannot guarantee that the group shall be able to travel together as one group, therefore we will reduce the group size down to 4-5 smaller groups per ticket (depending upon group size).
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City Sightseeing: Moscow Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Tour
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- The Bus Tour offers unlimited 360° panoramic views of main sights of Moscow.
- Access to audio-guide in 10 different languages which enables to know about Moscow’s history and traditions.
- The three-bus tour routes and 40+ stops around Moscow completes the trip. Draw an itinerary to explore the city on your own.
- There can be a boat tour and bus tour to enjoy panoramic views of Moskva River.
- Smartphone Voucher Accepted. (No need to print)
The City Sightseeing at Moscow begins at Bolotnaya Square with Hop-on-Hop-off bus service. The bus operates on the Red, Green and Orange lines. If you have limited time in Moscow, start your trip on the Redline and get yourself acquainted with the city’s 16 best attractions. The green line, however, covers 26 amazing spots so if you are staying for an extended period catch the green line.
- Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
- Alexander Garden
- GUM State Department Store
- Sofiyskaya Embankment
- Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
- University Square, Vorobyovy Gory Observation Deck
- Hotel Ukraina Pier
- Zaryadye Park
- Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics
- VDNKh Metro Station
- Cosmonauts Alley
- Ostankino Television Tower
- Red Route: Schedule: 10:00 - 18:00 , Loop: 60 Minutes , Frequency: 15 Minutes
- Green Route : Schedule: 10:00 - 18:00 , Loop: 120 Minutes , Frequency: 30 Minutes
- Orange Route : Schedule: 10:00 - 18:30 , Loop: 140 Minutes , Frequency: 30 Minutes
- 24 / 48-Hours Hop-on Hop-off Bus Ticket
- Red Line Audio Guide: Russian, English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Farsi
- Green Line Audio Guide: Russian, English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Chinese, Arabic
- Orange Line Audio Guide : Russian English, German, Spanish, Italian, French
- Guided walking tour
- Boat Tour (If option selected)
- Hotel Transfers
- Entrance Fees (Unless Specified)
You can board the bus at any stop and voucher can be exchanged directly with the driver. Printed vouchers required for this tour and are accepted at all stops. You will receive a ticket in exchange for your voucher, which you must keep until the expiry date/ tour. Please check your ticket to know when it expires. After exchanging your voucher for a ticket, your voucher will no longer be valid. In loss of voucher/ticket, company is not liable for any refund. Book Now! You can use your ticket any day within 12 months.
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Wheelchair Access, Heating Please note that face masks must be worn on board the bus. Orange Route is temporarily suspended
Operational Details: Walking Tour
- Daily at 10:45 a.m.
- Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
- Meeting point: next to the monument to Saints Cyril and Methodius (Kitay-Gorod metro station)
Capital River Boat Tour
- May - October: from 11:30am to 6:30pm (Subject to change)
- Duration: 60 minutes
- Departure Point: Zaryadye Park Pier
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