The underground tour covers the area around Pioneer Square, and visits sites both above and below ground. On June 6, 1889, a fire burned down most of Downtown Seattle, and city engineers rebuilt the city several feet above the high tide line to prevent flooding, giving rise to a complex underground tunnel system which housed the old Downtown. Tours are insightful and humorous. They also run an "Underworld Tour" in the evenings for $25 for people age 21 and up that includes a drink, where the stories deal more with the brothels and opium that was prevalent in the "underworld."
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