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Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

1413 NE 45th St
Seattle, WA 98105   Directions

(206) 543-7907


Take a trip through time at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, the Pacific Northwest´s only major natural history museum. The oldest museum in the state, this museum features over 12 million artifacts and attractions in its permanent collection, as well as a host of continuously changing temporary exhibits.

Children´s Museum Seattle

Children´s Museum Seattle

305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109   Directions

(206) 441-1768


Children and children at heart will enjoy the Children´s Museum Seattle. A variety of exhibits and attractions cover the indoor and outdoor space. Kids will get to use their imagination while playing at the interactive stations. They can learn about plants at the container garden, different cultures at the global village and physics through a maze of lifts, levers and pipes.

Elliott Bay Book Company

Elliott Bay Book Company

1521 10th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122   Directions

(206) 624-6600


Discover some of the best children´s books at the Elliott Bay Book Company. This large, locally owned Seattle bookstore is filled with over 150,000 titles, featuring the region´s best selection of new books, local-only offerings and a large collection of bargain books. Stop by for readings and book signings by several authors throughout the year.

Freeway Park

Freeway Park

700 Seneca St
Seattle, WA 98101   Directions

(206) 684-4075


Freeway Park lives up to its moniker–streets border all sides of this urban park. Conveniently located downtown and easily accessible by shoppers, downtown office workers, hotel visitors and others, Freeway Park offers a relaxing outdoor space filled with a well-groomed landscape, pathways, a play area for children and a decorative fountain.

Green Lake Park

Green Lake Park

7201 E Green Lake Dr
Seattle, WA 98103   Directions

(206) 684-4075


Explore the over 300 acres of Green Lake Park, an expanse of water and nature in the middle of a crowded urban neighborhood. Pack a basket for a picnic, bring your swimsuit to go swimming or boating in the freshwater lake, or hike, bike and skate along the 2.8-mile path that stretches along the water.

Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park

8011 Fauntleroy Way
Seattle, WA 98136   Directions

(206) 684-4075


Whether you are looking to spend some time at the beach or for a place to play sports, Lincoln Park is the perfect destination. This 135-acre park offers a huge variety of outdoor amenities to Seattle residents and visitors. The beach area is great for swimming or boating, or you can swim in the heated pool. Check out the many sports facilities as well as the multiple pathways and wooded areas.

Pacific Science Center

Pacific Science Center

200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98109   Directions

(206) 443-2001


Learn about science, math and technology at the Pacific Science Center. This eight-building complex features several hands-on, permanent exhibits and attractions about ecology, environmental stewardship and nature awareness, as well as many traveling exhibitions. Check out the Laser Dome, the two IMAX theaters, a tropical butterfly house and a planetarium.

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

85 Pike St
Seattle, WA 98101   Directions

(206) 682-7453


Prepare your arms and wallet for some intensive shopping at the Pike Place Market. This public market, based on one of the oldest continuously operated farmers markets in the country, overlooks the waterfront. Find the perfect item in a variety of unique local shops, from antiques to produce stands. This shopping destination is an attraction in and of itself.

Seattle Aquarium

Seattle Aquarium

1483 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98101   Directions

(206) 386-4300


Discover an entire underwater world while exploring the attractions at the Seattle Aquarium. Learn about the importance of marine conservation while you watch a variety of marine life interacting in replicas of their natural habitats. See a replica of the coastal waters of Washington, a tide pool, the Pacific Coral Reef and the Northwest Shores.

Seattle Art Museum (SAM)

Seattle Art Museum (SAM)

1300 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98101   Directions

(206) 654-3100


Take in the artistic culture of Seattle at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). This extensive art museum consists of three facilities: the main museum downtown, the Seattle Asian Art Museum on Capitol Hill and the Olympic Sculpture Park on the waterfront. Check out the nearly 25,000 art pieces in its permanent collection.

Seattle Center

Seattle Center

305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109   Directions

(206) 684-7200


Have a blast at the Seattle Center! You´ll find plenty to do in this park, arts and entertainment attraction. Visit the Center House, home of the Children´s Museum, or the Pacific Science Center. Ride up to the top of the Space Needle or take a ride on the Seattle Center Monorail. Enjoy music and theater performances or let the kids play at the International Fountain.

Seattle Chinese Garden

Seattle Chinese Garden

6000 16th Ave
Seattle, WA 98106   Directions

(206) 934-5219


Immerse yourself in the Sichuan-style Seattle Chinese Garden. Learn about the richness and beauty of the Chinese culture through the horticulture, architecture and combination of the four elements in dynamic harmony. The Seattle Chinese Garden features a combination of traditional garden favorites and exotic imports.

Space Needle

Space Needle

400 Broad St
Seattle, WA 98109   Directions

(206) 905-2100


Ride up the Space Needle–one of the most distinctive icons in Seattle. Built for the 1962 World´s Fair, the Space Needle features an observation deck over 500 feet above the ground. While you are looking out across the cityscape, be sure to stop by the rotating SkyCity restaurant and gift shop. You can't leave the city without experiencing this attraction.

Viretta Park

Viretta Park

151 Lake Washington Blvd
Seattle, WA 98127   Directions

(206) 684-4075


As you walk along the boulevard, leave some time for a quick stop at Viretta Park. This grassy little park is perfect for a short nature walk outdoors or a place to stop and catch your breath in the middle of a busy day. If you are in the area come mid-August, check the blackberry bushes for a yummy treat.

Washington Park Arboretum

Washington Park Arboretum

2300 Arboretum Dr E
Seattle, WA 98112   Directions

(206) 543-8800


The Washington Park Arboretum, also known as the University of Washington Botanic Gardens, offers a nationally renowned living plant collection with over 10,000 specimens. Take a walk through the many distinct gardens, such as the Winter Garden, Japanese Garden, the Shoreline and much more.

West Seattle Bowl

West Seattle Bowl

4505 39th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116   Directions

(206) 932-3731


Lace up your bowling shoes and hit the lanes at the West Seattle Bowl. Enjoy normal hours or come by for special events, such as GlowZone, Breakfast and Bowling or Happy Hour. Enjoy fine dining options as well, plan your next event or watch the leagues compete in tournaments.

Wild Waves Theme Park

Wild Waves Theme Park

36201 Enchanted Pkwy
Federal Way, WA 98003   Directions

(253) 661-8000


Pack your swimsuit and head to the Wild Waves Theme Park for the perfect place to cool off during the summer. Brace yourself for the thrills of rollercoasters, water slides and other attractions. Bring the whole family along for group rides or try your hand at the carnival games. Little ones will love the specialty kid´s rides.

Woodland Park Rose Garden´s

Woodland Park Rose Garden´s

750 N 50th St
Seattle, WA 98103   Directions

(206) 548-2590


Enjoy the breathtaking sights and smells of the Woodland Park Rose Garden´s extensive array of bush roses, hybrid teas, tree roses, miniatures, climbers and All-America test varieties. Formally opened in 1922, the Rose Garden showcases the finest beauty of nature's attractions with splendid, formal architectural designs.

Woodland Park Zoo

Woodland Park Zoo

5500 Phinney Ave
Seattle, WA 98103   Directions

(206) 548-2500


Let your wild side run free at the Woodland Park Zoo. See over 1,000 animals, representing 300 species, in large, immersive exhibits and attractions. Walk along the Northern Trail, travel through the Tropical Rain Forest, traverse the African Savanna, learn interactively at the Zoomazium and much, much more.

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