Kid-Friendly Adventures in Seattle
Seattle isn’t all high-end food and beautiful scenery. In fact, it’s a special place for children to get in touch with the world around them. There are many things and places to see within this bustling city and your kids will love the interactive adventure. Whether you’re visiting for a few days or staying for the long haul, here is a helpful exploration guide of Seattle to take your adventurous youngsters.
KidsQuest Children's MuseumIf your children love to touch and climb, KidsQuest Children’s Museum is a must-visit. This interactive museum allows kids to let loose and climb a giant indoor tree house where they can enjoy a tea party, learn how to tie a square know on the knot board, or tinker with tools within the museum’s hands-on garage. Maybe best of all, on the third Thursday of every month from 5 to 8pm, it only costs a buck to get in.
Elisabeth C. Miller LibraryBotanic Gardens are beautiful to walk through, but when they also hold free family programs one Saturday a month September through June, how do you not fall instantly in love? Elisabeth C Miller Library offers family programs geared for children three to eight. These programs involve stories and activities from harvest-time apples to May flowers, celebrating your little one’s green thumbs.
Museum of FlightThe Museum of Flight will have your children in awe. Here they can get an eye-full of a Blackbird spy plane or board the original Air Force One. This interactive museum is sure to have to your kids loving every minute spent there. Enjoy free admission the first Thursday of every month from 5 to 9pm.
St. Edward State ParkSt Edward’s provides a welcome environment for both parents and kids. Parents, if you are looking for a laid-back day walk, this park provides you with picnic tables and peaceful walking paths. And for your kids, well, let’s just say when they get home, you are going to have one quiet, nap-happy house. The playground in this park features an all-wood play structure with slides, turrets, and tunnels. It’s arguably one of the coolest playgrounds around. While that could be enough fun for your little ones, this park also features a lake that allows boating, swimming, and waterskiing. Since it is a state park, you need a Discover Pass for entry ($10 daily, $30 yearly).
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