Family and Kids in Seattle

Looking out for what can you do with kids and family in Seattle? Here are the things that you should not miss out on a family vacation with kids, toddlers, or babies. Discover the ultimate places for kids in Seattle, be it water parks, theme parks, or playgrounds. Children will have fun, learn new things, get good food and will not get bored in long queues. Keep reading to know about awesome places and activities to enjoy with your kids in Seattle.
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Let's explore our list of kid-friendly attractions in Seattle for perfect family outings and getaways.

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Woodland Park Zoo

    Zoo

    Woodland Park Zoo is Zoological garden in Seattle, Washington. Imagine walking into a wooded patch and there- suddenly you see a Giraffe head pop out of the greens- what a wonderful surprise that would be! At the Woodland Park Zoo, this is a regular happening. You get a chance to observe animals in their native habitat, leading their lives as if they were in the wild. This amazing scene part o...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Seattle Aquarium

    Aquarium

    Seattle Aquarium is a public aquarium located on Pier 59 on the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, USA. Seattle's natural beauty is made up of a lot of sea-life. The Seattle Aquarium brings out the best of sea-life showcasing Marine mammals, Octopus and Puget Sound fish exhibits. The Aquarium is also a learning center to promote conservation and caring for natural habitats...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    The Seattle Waterfront Or Central Waterfront

    Family and Kids

    A walk along Seattle's beautiful harbor will charge up your senses and relax you. That is exactly what the walk along Seattle's Waterfront will give you and so much more! This area was first built in 19th Century, the harbor area and the wharf were major trading locations and have contributed greatly to Seattle's growth. Now only a few of the piers are used for docking ships. The other pi...Read more
  4. Amazing Seattle attraction for kids
    Centre For Wooden Boats

    Family and Kids

    The Centre for Wooden Boats is a hands on and interactive museum where one can pick from an array of activities, from building boats, attending workshops on boats, rowing down the river, caulking a seam or fastening a plank! They do it old school over here! A line on their website states, “Come learn with us, play with us, sit with us, sail with us”. A definite visit for boat lovers.
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Safeco Field

    Family and Kids

    This retractable roof baseball stadium is the home of the Seattle Mariners. It has a seating capacity of 47,943 for baseball. Definitely visit for a game, because no one cheers like the home fans at a home stadium. The food and drinks option is supposed to fantastic too. There's a lot to see besides. There is an extensive collection of art: baseball bat chandeliers, stainless steel baseball rel...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Seattle
    Green Lake Park

    Garden, Park

    Green Lake Park is a wonderful destination for a day picnic or camping. The name Green Lake is derived from the lake having a lot of algae when it was discovered, giving it a green hue. The expanse of the former glacial lake, later man-made is wide and is home to a number of activities by the lake-side and in its waters. Seasonal boating, golf and a number of other games can be indulged in besi...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Seattle Waterfall Garden

    Garden

    A hidden little treat in the middle of Seattle City is the Waterfall Garden. Designed by Masao Kinoshita of Sasaki Associates, this little park has a central 22 foot waterfall as the central feature. The landscaping has Japanese landscaping undertones given it greenery all around with different flowers at different times of the year. The sound of the waterfall and the freshness that gives in th...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    The Unity Museum

    Family and Kids

    The Baha'i faith is really low key. It doesn't stand out. That makes this museum quite rare and unusual. In it, the museum's exhibits explore key moments in Seattle history and canon, and draw similarities from them to the basic tenets of the Baha'i. The volunteers are lovely, the ambience is friendly, and there is a very 'coffee and conversation' feel. The grounds are quite beautiful. By all a...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    Occidental Park

    Park

    This park, just a little over half an acre in size, gets a lot of attention primarily for the intriguing totem poles and wood-carvings scattered around it. They were made by by Duane Pasco in the 1970s. Also at the the park, for those who come to honor them, is the Seattle Fallen Firefighters Memorial by Hai Ying Wu. The area surround the park is quite charming - full of art galleries, boutique...Read more
  10. One of the awesome things children enjoy the most
    Magnuson Park

    Park

    This park seems to have everything. It is 350 acres and that's probably why it's so full of things to do. There's a swimming beach, a boat launch area from where you can kick off into Lake Washington, tennis courts, lots of hiking and jogging and biking trails, and a hill from where to fly kites. The Sports Meadow, 12 acres in size, is a grassy athletic area for rugby, soccer, baseball and soft...Read more
  11. The best option for younger visitors
    Edmonds Underwater Park

    Water Park

    Situated around half an hour’s drive from the city of Seattle is the man made wonder Edmonds Underwater Park. It is a must visit for scuba divers. The Underwater Park is a series of man-made reef structures interspersed with sunken vessels in various states of decay. It creates an artificial habitat for a variety of marine life. These features are connected by a network of guide ropes anc...Read more
  12. A place where kids enjoy and have fun
    Denny Park

    Park

    Welcome to Seattle's oldest park, gifted to the city as a cemetery in 1861, converted into a park in 1883. Beautifully planted with trees and flowers, the park makes for a nice and shady stroll in an otherwise busy neighborhood with heavily trafficked roads. There is an off-lease area for dogs, a playground for children, a water fountain, and benches to sit on.
  13. A place perfect for families with kids
    Georgetown Steam Plant

    Family and Kids

    Streetcars were once ubiquitous in Seattle, and they needed more power than they were getting from the grid; thus this steamplant was born. Practically no-one uses steam turbines anymore, but at the time it was a the cutting edge of technology. AS such, the plant has been declared a National Historic Landmark. The turbines at the plant are still capable of operation, and so totally worth checki...Read more
  14. A favorite place to take the kids in the city
    Seattle Chinese Garden

    Garden

    Chongqing in China is a sister city to Seattle, and this relationship made creating this park possible. Inspired by the Sichuan gardens, this garden has landscape features based on the Yangtze River, and be decorated with Chinese plants. One of the park's main features, the Song Mei Pavilion, was actually made in Chongqing, shipped over, then assembled in Seattle by Chinese artisan. Other eleme...Read more
  15. It's just one of those places to visit and hang out
    Cal Anderson Park

    Park

    Seattle may seem to have more parks than absolutely necessary, but this one isn't one of them. Actually, this one is a Seattle Historic Landmark, as its origin stretches back to the creation of the Lincoln Reservoir all the way back in 1889. Today, it's a staple retreat for about 30,000 locals every week, families who come to make use of the play area, soccer field, the basketball, tennis, base...Read more