The website of the Seattle Children’s Museum states, “Our Mission is to bring to life the joy of discovery for children and their families through fun, creative, hands-on exploration of the world around them. We strive to ignite curiosity and encourage them to become active, life-long learners.” Head over here along with your kids for an intriguing and exciting time. Kids will love exploring Cog City, Discovery Bay, Fort Adventure, Mountain and Global Village.
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Get ready to travel through air and space at the Museum of Flight with this admission ticket. Explore over 160 air and spacecrafts from the Boeing 787 Dreamliner to the Supersonic Concord at the largest independent, non-profit air and space museum in
Love flying? Now you can tour the factory where they build and test the famous Boeing aircraft, the world's number one aerospace company! This amazing 1.5-hour small-group tour showcases the magnificent 747, 767, 777 aircraft used worldwide and the D
Mount St Helens Volcano is a must-see attraction, and this small-group tour from Seattle is the ideal way to visit the national monument. A professional naturalist guide will take you to Mount St Helens National Volcanic Monument in a luxury Mercedes
If you're amazed by flying and airplanes, this is an essential experience! Tour the factory where they build and test the famous Boeing aircraft, the world's number one aerospace company. During this 4-hour small-group tour, spend 1.5-hours inside
Become one with the Pacific Northwest's amazing outdoors on this full-day, small-group tour of Olympic National Park, famed for its unprecedented beauty, abundant wildlife and some of the United States' oldest forests. The small-group tour is conduct
During your visit to Seattle, spend an afternoon tasting the award-winning wines of Woodinville â one of the most abundant wine regions in the Pacific Northwest. On this small-group wine-tasting tour, travel through the scenic Woodinville wine c
Enjoy a narrated cruise on Elliot Bay and Seattle Harbor, as well as spectacular views of the Seattle skyline and panoramic mountain ranges.
Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate! If the mere mention of the word brings a smile to your face, this is the tour of Seattle you have been searching for. Explore the sweet side of the city as you visit some of Seattle's best confectioners and ch
Why stress waiting for unreliable taxis or shuttle transfers to Seattle Tacoma Airport? Ensure peace of mind with a private transfer from your downtown Seattle, Bellevue or Kirkland accommodation to Seattle Tacoma Airport (SEA). Reach the air
The best orca whale watching is off San Juan Island, near Seattle. The San Juan Islands are considered the "jewels" of the Pacific Northwest, located in the Puget Sound.
Of all the mountains that surround Seattle, Mt Rainier stands the boldest. Appreciate the beauty of Mt Rainier on this full-day tour from Seattle. On clear days, you can see the mountain from downtown, but to grasp its full grandeur and magnificence
This is your chance to do something not even .1% of the population has done, but now you can. In small-groups between 2-10 people climb on multiple trees, between 150 and +200 feet high. See the unique perception and feel what it's like to be a bird
Very small and disappointing. It's basically a big playhouse. And saying this is for up to 10 year-olds is a joke. More like 7 or 8 tops. No interactive or science based exhibits. Everything is old and worn out too. $46 for four of us was way over priced for what you get.
More of a playground than anything else. Not very big. Many of the exhibits were not working or in bad shape. Been to the one in Boston which is MUCH better.
Maybe it's because I haven't been to other children's museums, but my 18-months old toddler and I really enjoyed our two hours there. The exhibits/toys are old and need a makeover no doubt, but it's not that bad.
After taking our daughter to the children's museum in Olympia, the Seattle children's museum was a huge disappointment. If you can take the time and go to Olympia, you won't be disappointed like you will be in Seattle. Seattle is dated and not very interactive.
It's a pretty cool place for the kids. Good food court located just above it for the adults too. Plenty to do to wear them out if needed