- The list below includes 414 free or cheap things to do in or near Seattle, Washington, including 92 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Neighborhoods, Malls and Food Tours.
- From Kerry Park to University of Washington, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Seattle and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Poulsbo, Bremerton, Kirkland and Bellevue.
Visitors can enjoy a walk along the docks of the downtown Kirkland waterfront at Marina Park. The park provides a view of Lake Washington, walking and jogging trails, and it also host special events like 4th of July celebrations.
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Juanita Beach Park, 9703 NE Juanita Drive, Kirkland, WA 98034 MoreLess Info
Northwest Paddle Surfers specializes in the rental of Stand Up Paddle boards. Single and two person kayaks and an 8 person board for parties is available. PaddleFlow Yoga combines SUP boarding and Yoga for on the lake yoga classes.
Featuring a mix of beer and mini-golf, Flatstick Pub is a unique location offering a number of fun amenities for its guests. Visitors to the pub commonly enjoy playing a round of indoor mini-golf, drinking local beers, or watching sports.
Bridle Trails State Park is a 482 acre park featuring 28 miles of equestrian/pedestrian trails. These trail vary in length from 1 to 3.5 miles. The park also maintains a horse show grounds with three arenas.
The Kelsey Creek Park & Farm is based on original farm land that dates to the 1930s. The site currently is home to many animals, including horses, goats, sheep, chickens, pigs, waterfowl, and rabbits that frolic near a playground and picnic tables.
Waverly Beach Park sits on the edge of Lake Washington and offers picnic tables/benches, a public dock, windsurfing and fishing areas, and a playground for kids. Restrooms and a refreshment stand/market are also available.
The 12 acre Peter Kirk Park features a library, several community buildings, two pools open sports fields, a skate park, tennis courts, a playground area, and wireless internet access. The picnic areas allow gas-fired grills and concessions are available.
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.