- 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.
Surf Ballard 6300 Seaview Avenue Northwest, Seattle, WA MoreLess Info
An avid surfing duo supplies surfers and standup paddleboarders with the equipment necessary to cruise nearby Puget Sound
With waters that are typically too chilly to swim in, Alki Beach in Seattle, is a favorite destination for those who enjoy relaxing and playing on the waterfront. Featuring 135 acres of parkland, beachgoers enjoy rollerblading, jogging, picnicking and enjoying the sunsets.
With capacity to hold 72,000 people, Century Link Field contains 48 concession areas and 11 elevators to maintain a smooth flowing venue. The field hosts the local Seattle Seahawks and also offers private and group tours.
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5500 Phinney Avenue North (West Gate), Seattle, WA 98103 MoreLess Info
This 92 acre zoo exhibits over 1,000 animals which represent nearly 300 species, surrounded by gardens. They offer a calendar of year round and seasonal events including overnight guided tours and summer camp programs.
Lake Union is a freshwater lake entirely within the Seattle, Washington city limits. The lake is home of Gas Works Park which is a popular venue for summer concerts and Seattle's major Fourth of July fireworks show.
The Seattle Aquarium offers dive shows, an area to touch a Puget Sound tide pools, octopus feedings, an area to view a stimulated Pacific coral reef, and a show featuring otters and seals. The aquarium also has a special area set apart for studying ocras, also known as killer whales.
Use the real-time flight simulator, have a sleep over at the museum or explore rockets and robots as you wander through the museum learning the history of flight; Educational Financial Assistance programs also available.