- TripBuzz found 429 things to do with kids in or near Burien, Washington, including 428 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bremerton, Kirkland, Issaquah and Seattle.
- From Ed Munro Seahurst Park to Angle Lake Park, the Burien area offers 99 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Dog Park.
- An urban community about fifteen minutes south of Seattle, Burien offers a combination of single-family and condominium living. Its downtown area provides waterfront views along with specialty, boutique shopping and casual, family dining. Burien also has a community garden, athletic field, several parks and trails for walking, hiking, bicycling and jogging.
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PO Box 136, Langley, WA 98260 MoreLess Info
Situated on Whidbey Island, the South Whidbey Park & Recreation District covers multiple recreation facilities, including four baseball fields, five soccer fields, and two full playgrounds. There is even a complete wooden castle play structure in its own park area.
South Whidbey Historical Society is a museum open on Saturday and Sunday afternoons and free to the public. They house a collection of items related to the area and their gift shop also features relevant books.
64% 25 votes
Westfield Capital Mall, 625 Black Lake Blvd SW, Olympia, WA 98502 MoreLess Info
With stadium seating and digital sound quality, movie goers can enjoy the latest releases at Century Olympia Theaters. In addition to new releases, they also show classic movies at special events.
Located in a neighborhood setting, Horizon Pointe Park provides recreational areas and facilities for residents. Visitors can enjoy a playground for children 12 years and under, soccer fields, a basketball court and picnic grounds.
74% 27 votes
211 SW 21st Avenue, Olympia, WA 98501 MoreLess Info
The museum is housed in 2 floors of the historic Lord Mansion. Guided tours include information about Washington's history, the native tribes that lives there and about the city of Olympia as the capital of Washington.
Named because of its involvement in the 1984 Olympic tryouts, Marathon Park is just minutes from the heart of Olympia. Along with walking trails, the park is built around Capitol Lake, a great place for nature and bird watching.