- 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.
All Together Skatepark 3500 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA MoreLess Info
Instructors teach the fundamentals of skateboarding at Seattle’s only indoor skatepark
Wonderwood Park encompasses 39 acres with access to nature trails and space for recreational pursuits. Popular activities include hiking, picnicking, basketball, tennis, softball, soccer or enjoying the park's playground area.
This farmer's market has music, crafts, fresh seafood, locally grown and organic fruit, berries, vegetables, meat, and dairy products. There are also packaged items like homemade salsa, herbs, and homemade jams. Fresh flowers are available in many varieties.
This children's museum provides hands-on exhibits. There's a café to purchase food or eat items from home. Exhibits include an Art and Parts Studio, a Build It Gallery, Tides to Tree Climber, and a half acre outdoor area with, Driftwood Fort Construction, Campfire Pit, Children's Gardens and an Art Fence.
The WET Science Theatre offers an exhibit gallery that provides information on the conservation of water resources and reclaimed water use. The location also hosts family activities and features an interactive green screen.
Pick your own fresh organic lavender, purchase homemade lavender soaps and body lotions, and lavender marshmallows amongst other things while you enjoy the beautiful views of the lavender fields. Classes and vacation rentals available for those who want to spend a little extra time at the farm.
A 3.38 acre waterfront park, Percival Landing Park features a harbor house, boat moorage, open space areas, picnic areas, a playground, restrooms, showers and public art. It hosts many events and festivals throughout the year.
Percival Landing is a 3.38-acre waterfront park that sits on the east side of Budd Bay. It's a gathering place for festivals and public celebrations. It's a block from the farmer's market and has a .9 mile boardwalk to view the bay and Olympic Mountains.
Yashiro Japanese Garden is a .74 acre garden advertised as being 'a visionary expression about our connectedness to nature and earth.' The garden maintains a picnic area and may interest those looking for a place to relax.
Visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the lake from the many benches in Capitol Lake Park. There is a gravel path surrounding the lake for walking and biking. The lake is occupied with geese, ducks, and heron.