- TripBuzz found 433 things to do with kids in or near Seattle, Washington, including 409 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bremerton, Kirkland, Issaquah and Bellevue.
- From Safeco Field to Alki Beach, the Seattle area offers 99 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Neighborhoods, Sports Stadiums (Professional) and Aquariums.
- Located on Washington's coast, Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It's most famous landmark, the Space Needle, has long been the cities most popular tourist attraction, as well as the more recent Seattle Great Wheel, one of the largest Ferris wheels in the US. Other attractions include diverse dining, water recreation, the local zoo and aquarium and a number of annual festivals.
Buenos Aires Grill 2328 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA MoreLess Info
Enjoy genuine Argentine grilling and dishes like Churrasco, a variety of empanadas, or the Trio De Chorizos
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11299 Arrow Point Drive NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 MoreLess Info
Initially an Army Nike Missile Base, Battle Point Park today has beautiful scenery with large soccer and baseball fields and level jogging tracks which are also good for biking. The park also has a separate playground and an indoor gym for younger kids as well as a pond.
9673 Firdale Avenue, Edmonds, WA 98020 MoreLess Info
With a mission to produce dynamic plays that emphasize humor, The Phoenix Theater is a place of community and camaraderie in Edmonds. The theatre presents both traditional titles and original works that feature local talent.
Located on the banks of the Sammamish River, Park at Bothell Landing is situated on 5.87 acres consisting of trees and open grassy areas. It provides a children's playground, picnic areas with grills, restroom facilities, trail access and an amphitheater.
Located in the woods, 16 acre Pine Lake Park offers plenty of picnic areas and recreational activities such as children play areas, a basketball court, and a baseball field. The lake offers opportunities for fishing, boating, and swimming.
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9919 NE 180th Street, Bothell, WA 98011 MoreLess Info
Open on Sundays, Bothell Historical Museum showcases the history of the region, detailing the arrival of the 19th century settlers up until events in the present day. The museum also has a historic schoolhouse located behind it.
Bloedel Reserve is an arboretum comprising of natural woodlands and a wide range of landscaped gardens such as a Japanese garden, a Moss garden as well as a reflection pool and waterfalls. Access to these sites is made available through a mulch path passing through the reserve.
14300 Northeast 145th Street, Woodinville, WA 98072 MoreLess Info
This aerial adventure is a 2.5 hour course of 50 foot cargo net, zip lines, and 15 kinds of cable crossings the end with you dodging Zeus' mallet. They offer a variety of team building events.
The vast open space dedicated to Wallace Swamp Creek Park allows for a natural adventure in the depths of Bothell, Washington. With stream access and trails for walking and riding bikes, visitors can take in the beauty of nature around them.
In addition to housing hundreds of exotic and endangered species from ten areas of the world, this zoo has the largest bronze animal art collection in the world, a library, a wild life museum, and a magic forest where you can feed the animals.