Family Fun in Seattle
There's always something to do in the Puget Sound region, particularly when you have energetic children in tow. In the InfoGuide, you'll find a number of rainy-day and fair-weather distractions and attractions that the whole family can enjoy.
Children's Museum of Seattle
As an educational center for young children (ages 10 months-10 years) and their families, the museum offers hands-on learning with a series of cultural exhibits featuring traditional clothing, musical instruments and games from around the world, and a drop-in art studio.
Wild Waves Theme & Water Park
These two-in-one theme parks are located 17 miles south of Seattle in Federal Way. Enchanted Village offers a day full of rides including a 100 foot high zipline. Wild Waves Water Park offers exciting water slides, swimming pools, and a high diving show.
Pacific Science Center
Under the arches near the Space Needle are six buildings of science adventure where kids can hang glide over a virtual city, play tic-tac-toe with a 10-foot robot, ride a bicycle high above the ground and shoot water cannons. The Imax Theater offers entertaining and educational films on a 3 1/2-story screen.
The Seattle Aquarium features an underwater room with a 360-degree view of more than 600 sea creatures. There are also sea mammal and environmental displays. An exciting new expansion project includes a 40 foot long viewing window.
Woodland Park Zoo
Heralded as one of the country's 10 best zoos, Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo provides a 92-acre home for nearly 300 animal species. Woodland Park has collected numerous exhibit-design awards and is noted for creating naturalistic habitats.
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