- The list below includes 352 free or cheap things to do in or near Lynnwood, Washington, including 93 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Children's Play Area, Bowling and Playgrounds.
- From Lynndale Park to Wilcox Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lynnwood and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Seattle, Poulsbo, Kirkland and Bellevue.
Flowing Lake Park is a park and campground. The park may interest those who enjoy water activities, as the lake is suitable for swimming, boating, and water skiing. The park also maintains an amphitheater, picnic areas, and a playground.
Situated along 30 acres of forest and wetlands, Jennings Memorial Park features a dinosaur park, park barn and plaza. The park has fields for basketball and baseball as well as nature trails, picnic areas and a ranch facility.
84% 96 votes
4091 Factoria Mall SE, Bellevue, WA 98006 MoreLess Info
The KidsQuest Children's Museum features a wide range of hands-on and interactive exhibits for both children and families. The target group of the museum is from birth to age eight with areas that cover technology, science, art, and engineering.
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4569 Lynwood Center Rd NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 MoreLess Info
Located in a Tudor-style building, the historic Lynwood Theatre is a movie theater that shows new releases as well as indie films. The theater offers concessions and is designed in an Art Deco style.
80% 59 votes
4400 Lake Washington Blvd South, Bellevue, WA 98004 MoreLess Info
Newcastle Beach Park is situated alongside Lake Washington. Besides the clean beaches and spacious docks, the park also has play areas for children, picnic grounds which are available on rent and a walking loop trail.
Apart from being a lush green park with multiple hiking trails, some of which provide access to the nearby beach and a separate area for launching boats, there are also old military bunkers used during World War II within the premises of Fort Ward State Park.
A 137-acre marine park, Fort Ward Park is located along Rich Passage and features heavily forested areas and views of the Olympic Mountains. The park can be used for fishing, boating, picnics, hiking, water sports and wildlife viewing.
A movie theater featuring 14 auditoriums, Regal Marysville 14 displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers stadium seating, arcade games, 3D movies and a snack bar with food and drinks.