- TripBuzz found 384 things to do with kids in or near Kirkland, Washington, including 358 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Seattle, Issaquah, Poulsbo and Bellevue.
- From Flatstick Pub to SkyMania Trampoline Center, the Kirkland area offers 98 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Theaters, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- Kirkland, Washington, located in King County, is an epicenter of activity. With a population over 80,000 residents, this populous city spans less than 20 square miles. The city boasts a downtown on the waters of Lake Washington, where businesses, parks, public art, and beaches call themselves home. The city was also home to Seattle Seahawks, still maintaining their athletic enthusiasm.
With over 400 lighting fixtures, this museum will give you a look into the decor items of the depression years during 1928 through 1938. There are items on display that are so rare they cannot be seen any ware else.
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12317 Gravelly Lake Drive Southwest, Lakewood, WA 98499 MoreLess Info
Stroll among impressive landscape architecture at Lakewold Gardens. Among the points of interest is Woodland Garden, complete with maple trees and a stream and pond. This historic estate garden, open year-round, offers group tours. Picnicking is welcome, but pets are not permitted.
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Military Road & Bresemann Drive, Spanaway, WA 98444 MoreLess Info
The Bresemann Forest Park Trail is a recreational trail that is primarily used for hiking. The trail has a kid's playground that includes slides, swings, and obstacles, and the area also has a few paved trails that can be used for biking.
325 152nd Street East, Tacoma, WA 98445 MoreLess Info
For true car lovers, LeMay Museum at Marymount is a paradise. The museum features hundreds of unique vintage vehicles including fire engines, trucks, buses, motorcycles, specialty cars, and much more.
This 434 acre park has more than two miles of shoreline to enjoy the Pacific Ocean and views. The high bluffs provide a scenic view of the Puget Sound. Historic buildings give you plenty to explore on this 19th century fort. Behaved pets welcome.
Located along Spanaway Lake, Spanaway Park is situated on 135 acres and offers two swimming beaches, a fishing pier and a boat launch with boat rentals available. The park has hiking trails, a playground and areas for picnicking.
Providing direct access to the lake, American Lake Park offers visitors an outdoor area for fishing, boating, swimming, jogging, and other activities. The park has a wooden playground with monkey bars, slides, and fireman poles.
Situated on the shores of American Lake, Harry Todd Park provides visitors with scenic views of the lake, as well as picnic and swimming areas. From the shore, visitors can watch the Commencement Bay Rowing Club practice.