"Underground Tour" Museum
606 First Avenue
(next to Doc Maynard's)
Enjoy exclusive access to this fascinating museum in the Rogues
Gallery — it's the last stop on the Underground
and is ONLY available to "ticketed Underground
Historic Photos & Exhibits
The museum houses artifacts, exhibits, displays and historic photos of Seattle’s
June 6, 1889, the Great Fire of Seattle destroyed
most of the city — read below to find out what started it all.
Rogues Gallery Merchandise
Purchase a variety of "old Seattle" memorabilia as a memento of your
Featured Underground Tour items include:
Maps, Books, Charms,
Shot Glasses, T-Shirts, and more.
before Starbucks and Microsoft"
See what life was like in Seattle before Starbucks and Microsoft came
Original Thomas Crapper Toilet
Bill & Shirley Speidel went to
England to find an "artifact" that
was to become a part of Seattle's history.
14, 1985 they brought back an original Thomas
Crapper toilet — now on display in Rogues Gallery.
Learn more about the history
the toilet and its relevance to Seattle — and get an up-close
view of one of the first known flushing toilets on "Bill
Speidel's Underground Tour."
Rogues Gallery is located next door to Doc Maynards Public House
at 606 First Avenue, Pioneer Square — between Cherry and Yesler
Gallery is only available to ticketed guests at
the end of the Underground
Gallery / Underground
Click here for more info on the
"Adults-Only" Underworld Tour
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