Seattle Children's Museum
Tours for Seattle Children's Museum
About Seattle Children's Museum, Seattle
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.
Seattle Children's Museum Information
- For the safety and enjoyment of all, museum requires that groups have at least 1 adult for every 4 children.
Seattle Children's Museum Tickets Prices
- Adults: $9.25
- Children: $9.25
- Grandparents: $8.25
- Infants under 12 months: free
Seattle Children's Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- Check out the official website to see the public holiday lists when the museum is open.
- New admission sales: end at 5:00 pm on weekends.
How To Get To Seattle Children's Museum by Public Transport
- 5th Ave N & Broad St bus stop
- Denny Way & Broad St bus stop
Restaurants Near Seattle Children's Museum
- MOD Pizza at Seattle Centre
- Quincy’s charbroiled burgers at Seattle Centre
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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 the impressive Boeing factory on a tour that showcases the magnificent 747, 767, 777 aircraft used worldwide and the Dreamliner which is currently in production, all housed here in the world's largest building!
Eat your way through Seattle's most celebrated culinary landmark -- Pike Place Market. Go behind the scenes on a walking tour to experience some of the city's favorite market spots. Taste locally made foods and beverages that will awaken your palate, meet and interact with the exceptional people that give the market life and hear their humble, often humorous stories.
Enjoy beautiful views of Seattle from the water on this relaxing cruise along the Ballard Locks, connecting Puget Sound, Lake Union and Lake Washington. Watch a parade of sailboats, tugboats and yachts passing through the complex Seattle locks system, and snap photos of the stunning city skyline and surrounding mountains. You'll also pass the floating houseboat community famously featured in the film 'Sleepless in Seattle.'
Share your experience - Rate Seattle Children's Museum, Seattle
We spent a morning here with my 2 1/2 year old son. He had a blast. However, for the price I expected more. The room with trains, grocery store and mountain were favourites. However, there are whole sections of this place that need updating as there was basically nothing for the kids to do. I have been to places in my hometown on par with this that charge 1/4 of the price to get in.
I came here first and then visited another children's museum and in comparison the one Seattle cannot compare. It is inferior in every aspect and including size, price, and things to do. My son still had a blast. (At 2, he doesn't have much of a say..) but for kids older by a couple of years, I would suggest going elsewhere. I
There is room for imagination play, but too much is protected behind plastic covers. Lots of fun creative areas, but then there is nothing to play with in the area. I was disappointed for the price and for being such a big city, I guess I expected more.
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. Update: my 4-year old asked to go back, so I guess it's better than I thought... +1 star.
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.
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