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#4 of 48 things to do in Bainbridge Island
... stone fire place.Which is by shore of the water.There are other shelters which were outstanding for grillin or getting out of the wind and rain.This is a all year round place to camp picnic very family friendly.
A beautiful beach that is well maintained and the perfect place to take kids to play or for a picnic.
#2 of 48 things to do in Bainbridge Island
Excellent small art museum, well worth a visit if you like art! Saw several exhibits and a super place for children to try their hand making some art.
Free activity well suited to adults and families.
#3 of 48 things to do in Bainbridge Island
It provides a powerful and timely history lesion which, I think, would be worthwhile for adults as well as school aged children.
For those of you who aren't aware, Bainbridge Island was the initial deportation spot for Japanese Americans and their families during WW2 - this monument is located on the actual point of ferry departure.
#1 of 48 things to do in Bainbridge Island
Well - it was absolutely stunning!! Our family loved the time we spent walking along together taking in such peaceful beauty!! Also enjoyed meeting and talking with Gene McGowan!!! Thank you for a wonderful visit!!
For the small sum of $10 you get to wander the private home and gardens of a once great family...and the gardens are extensive, varied and beautifully maintain.
#7 of 48 things to do in Bainbridge Island
The park is gigantic and has walking trails, a pond, some sitting areas, wild rabbits galore, baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, an observatory, a kids area, picnic facilities, lots of parking...you name it.
The children (ages 2,4, and 6) enjoy all the creative equipment decorated with regional images (orcas, Indian symbols, and salmon running the river).
#8 of 48 things to do in Bainbridge Island
Fort Ward is a great family excursion right on Bainbridge Island.
This park was on my must-visit list because of a family connection, and I'm so glad I made it there.
#6 of 48 things to do in Bainbridge Island
If that is not your preference, there are family-style large tables as well as small tables both indoors and outside.
#15 of 48 things to do in Bainbridge Island
Great stop to do with kids if visiting Bainbridge Island
You have any children/grandchildren visiting you between the ages of 18 months and 6 years.
Space Needle Seattle 8.0 mi away
#4 of 478 things to do in Seattle
... must-see attraction when visiting Seattle and between the unique experience, the views, the convenient location and the interactive opportunities, it will amaze and bring smiles to both adults and children alike
Great attraction and views Very family oriented, Interactive timeline is really interesting and fun for all ages Plenty of restrooms
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Kerry Park Seattle 7.5 mi away
#12 of 478 things to do in Seattle
When the weather permits, this park has an AMAZING view of the city, and wonderful and relaxing atmosphere, and a great play area for smaller kids (toddlers-9 years old).
It is worth taking an Uber/Lyft from the city to soak in the fantastic views and if you are traveling with children, head down the steps on either side of the park to visit a modern neighborhood playground with a...
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Hiram M. Chittenden Locks Seattle 6.4 mi away
#18 of 478 things to do in Seattle
Best seen in summer when boat traffic is heavy and you can enjoy a picnic, but a great family activity year-round.
If you're a kid at heart, than you'll love watching boats go up and down at the Ballard (Chittenden) Locks.
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Sky View Observatory Seattle 9.0 mi away
#10 of 478 things to do in Seattle
I would think visiting Columbia Center is interesting for the grandparents and parents as well as the children entranced by mountains and comparing heights of buildings plus seeing Elliott Bay and the ferries.
Though the price is a little high (~$15/adult) they offer kids and military discounts and they have a museum at the sky view observatory.
Washington State Ferries Seattle 8.7 mi away
#13 of 478 things to do in Seattle
Kids and adults alike are enthralled with the entire adventure - from the loading and unloading of vehicles to the hot cocoa and snacks from the snack bar, and, of course, the unparalleled views of Mt.
We used to vacation here a long time ago (15yrs) and this is our first return with our children to show them spectacular Pacific NW. WA State Ferries are an on-time, efficient, friendly and a fun way to travel.
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Golden Gardens Park Seattle 7.1 mi away
#31 of 478 things to do in Seattle
Spectacular views, when clouds and rain allow, lots of people in the sand, playing volley ball, walking, kids on the playground equipment and lots os people on bikes.
On the weekend evenings (and maybe summer weekday), it turns into picnic/ part central with everyone meeting up with friends and family.
Pike Place Market Seattle 8.5 mi away
#2 of 478 things to do in Seattle
our family loved stopping at quite a few food vendors on the street level--wonderful fresh produce, local candies, jams, and so much to eat! gorgeous fresh flowers galore, and the fish markets will ship fish as well!
Our family loves the Pike's Great atmosphere, fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood!! Beautiful flowers, arts and happy people!!
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Seattle Center Seattle 7.9 mi away
#44 of 478 things to do in Seattle
The Seattle Center is an area that includes the Space Needle, Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit, EMP Museum, the monorail, the Science enter, a fantastic fountain in which kids and adults alike can play, a unique p...
... enjoy strolling around and soaking in the park-live environment, listening to visiting musicians or hitting the interesting museums (Chihuly Glass and Pop Culture), Seattle Center is a great family destination.
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Woodland Park Zoo Seattle 8.3 mi away
#47 of 478 things to do in Seattle
Beloved gorilla family lives in astounding huge savannah, and the grizzlies have a natural stream stocked with salmon.
-Great for families -Good natural habitats -Some rare species such as snow leopards -Close to the downtown core, easily accessible by bus -The Zoo Tunes summer concert series is awesome
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U.S. Naval Undersea Museum Keyport 7.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Keyport
Thoroughly researched, well designed, stimulating for adults and children with fascinating exhibits!
In the summer they have free STEM activities for the kids that are fun and educational!
Smith Tower Seattle 9.0 mi away
#19 of 478 things to do in Seattle
The museum is excellent for families, as visitors are encouraged to interact with the exhibits hands on, but it was fun for us adults too!
Even since I've been a little kid, I have ABSOLUTELY LOVED Elevators!!! Especially Vintage, Antique, Ancient and Historic Elevators!!!!
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Pacific Science Center Seattle 7.9 mi away
#48 of 478 things to do in Seattle
Another amazing exhibit, I recommend to anyone and everyone!! Perfect for couples or families, if you live near by you should buy the family pass well worth the price!!
... science and biology exhibits, kids play area, outdoor hands-on waterworks, live talks, IMAX Theater, and periodic rotating exhibits which are well-presented and spark the imagination of kids and adults alike.
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Living Computers: Museum + Labs Seattle 9.2 mi away
#9 of 478 things to do in Seattle
This was a great hands-on museum with enough history of computers to satisfy those looking for traditional museum experience but also almost all hands on to satisfy the kid in all of us.
This is a great museum for kids as it is interactive and it is also educational for children to see how far technology has advanced.
Museum of History & Industry Seattle 8.6 mi away
#34 of 478 things to do in Seattle
Everyone will find something interesting - the kids - the story about the great Seattle fire in form of a song, adults - innovators histories.
A great place for families to visit because of many fun interactive displays that can be enjoyed by both young and old.
Alki Beach Seattle 6.2 mi away
#38 of 478 things to do in Seattle
You can stop by Harbor Ave to get a picturesque view of the skyline and then head on to the beach where you can have your kids build sand castles or watch volleyball while soaking up some sun.
It's great for a rest during a Segway ride, or just for a peaceful walk alone, with your loved one or for families.
Puget Sound Navy Museum Bremerton 6.6 mi away
#3 of 36 things to do in Bremerton
... ferry and very interesting, also get directions to the undersea museum in keyport just try the PSNM, and the Undersea museum make a day of it its a great value and the kids absoutlely love the hands on exhibits.
The kids loved the little interactive "Land the Fighter Jet" feature.
Discovery Park Seattle 5.8 mi away
#30 of 478 things to do in Seattle
Great spot for hiking, walk the beach looking for sea life, kids loved it, blackberries grow all over very good, lighthouse could use a clean up inside for viewing.
Once, there you can run, just hangout with your loved ones, or ride your bike or just take a stroll or walk your dogs and take your kids out for a fun filled evening.
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International Fountain Seattle 7.9 mi away
#41 of 478 things to do in Seattle
The whole vibe around the fountain is great - interesting music playing, parents sitting around watching and tons of kids (and some brave parents!) getting absolutely soaked in the fountain itself.
The changing flow of water, and the delight of the children walking in the fountain area is a delight to see.
Lake Union Seattle 8.1 mi away
#35 of 478 things to do in Seattle
Lots of family-friendly activities are around the lake!
Nice harbor view, little beach that kids were really enjoying.
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#33 of 478 things to do in Seattle
... designed and offers something of interest to everyone You leave feeling enriched and stimulated and grateful to the Gates for their vision Strongly recommend a visit ( and definitely bring the children)
This is wonderfully effective for kids of all ages, and if you are willing to take the time to become engaged in the various exhibits, it will prove to be educational and quite fascinating.
The Center for Wooden Boats Seattle 8.6 mi away
#37 of 478 things to do in Seattle
My kids take sailing lessons here every summer.
Since we had other plans at 1pm on Sunday, I needed to get the first available slot for a free boat ride for two adults and one child.
Fremont Seattle 8.1 mi away
#55 of 478 things to do in Seattle
There are plenty of places for kids to climb, and almost always the kids team up with other kids to show each other the secret places and features they find.
If you're patient and wait your turn, you can get a pretty good shot of your kids or family on the troll!
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