Expert planning for conferences, meetings, events, and golf programs

Seattle, Washington

Seattle, on Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest, is surrounded by water, mountains and evergreen forests, and encompasses thousands of acres of parkland (hence its nickname, "Emerald City"). It’s home to a thriving tech industry, with Microsoft and headquartered in its metropolitan area. The futuristic Space Needle, a legacy of the 1962 World’s Fair, is its most recognizable landmark.

A selection of tours

Have a Whale of a Time

Catch the site of the Orca and Minke whales – they make their home in the San Juans. Board one of the ferries and cruse through the beautiful San Juans to Friday Harbor. Explore the shops, and the famous Whale Museum. Then begins the whale watching adventure, as well as seals, sea lions, sea birds, bald eagles, and otters. You will have a marine naturalist as your guide throughout the day

Glorious Food

Have the opportunity to visit personally with “farmers’ of the Pike Place Market. A custom designed tour opportunity with the farmers/sellers at Pike Place Market. Learn how and where they grow their products, how they market and experience all that is involved with being a seller in the world renowned market place.


Fun, physical, intellectual, a high energy activity….through the heart of Seattle. A creative high-tech experience using the gadgets everyone loves to get their hands on, GPS received, a Pocket PC 2-way radio and digital camera. Your teams will receive visual and written clues to chart their course around the city – you design and execute a strategy to achieve the team and company goals. A custom designed high-energy, high-tech search for the clues to meet the challenges and win! Its all about knowing the city, its culture and history

Sail the Puget Sound

Have the experience of taking the helm and trimming the sails on one of Seattles many yachts. A great way to see Seattle from another view.

A selection of evening event venues

Museum of Flight

The Future of Flight, a great evening venue. Marvel at the DC-3 suspended in a sky filled with 20 full size airplanes. Peer into the cockpit of an early United Airlines mail plane. See a 1929 passenger tri-motor. Check out a real flying automobile. Examine the landing gear on a Blue Angels jet. Explore the President's former private jet, Air Force One, and the newest addition.The Concorde! Tour the facility and then dine in the Gallery

Space Needle

What started as a rough sketch on the back of a paper placemat has become Seattle’s Internationally recognized landmark. Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the 605ft Space Needle was the brainchild of Edward Carlson.

The observation deck offers views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountain Range, Mount Rainier, Lake Union, Elliott Bay and downtown Seattle.

Before we dine, we would have a private viewing from the Observation Deck, then dine on the “skyline level” experiencing all those fantastic panoramic views and do not forget that fantastic sunset .

Great Hall Union Station

This iconic landmark in the heart of Seattle's Pioneer Squar is a perfect venue for your large group.. The 11,000 square-foot ballroom was built in1910 and with the addition of 460 twinkling lights overhead adding to the beauty of its majestic barrel-vaulted ceiling. The black and white tiled floors and champagne, gold and emerald color scheme make this a venue for the perfect location for a incredible stunning event.

Seattle Museum of History and Industry

The centrally located Grand Atrium reaches up four-stories and can accommodate up to 750 people (350 seated). It was originally the Drill Hall, but now the room is now filled with MOHAI's most iconic artifacts the Boeing B-1 mail carrier and the legendary 12-foot tall Rainier "R". the Grand Atrium has an open floor plan and offers state-of-the-art equipment making the space perfect for your large event.

The Seattle Aquarium

The Aquarium opened in 1977 with an expansion in 2007 offering new exciting exhibits and is situated on Seattle’s historic downtown waterfront, in fact on Pier 59 a perfect venue for your event. This venue offers a new and exciting way to discover the wonders of the Puget Sound.. The venue opened in 1977 and expanded by 18,000 square feet in 2007 allowing many new exhibits.

The Seattle Aquarium offers an undersea venue that holds up to 800 people for your event, whether it be a reception or reception/seated dinner.