Canada’s West Coast. Mountains. Stillness. Woods. Lake. Customizable facilities for conferences, outdoor education, summer camps, and retreats.
Make the dream of flight a reality @ iFly Seattle. Our indoor skydiving facility allows you to feel the adrenaline rush of flying in a fun, safe environment.
Kids Discovery Museum (KiDiMu) is the only hands-on children's museum on the Kitsap Peninsula where families experience the joys of learning together through interactive play.
Scream Park Seattle is a haunted house theme park featuring movie-like sets, live actors, and horror entertainment. It is located in the Seattle Tacoma area in Washington.
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 - To ignite children's curiosity and encourage them to become active, life-long learners.
See Seattle from 520 feet on our Observation Deck. Trace the outlines of the Cascades against the misty horizon.Track ferries and boats as they cruise. Listen to the distant hum of people, cars, trains & buses around Downtown Seattle.
Immerse yourself in the uniquely-American stories, history and art of the Asian Pacific American experience at The Wing, in Seattle’s vibrant Chinatown-International District.
Agua Verde Café’s Waterfront Garden Pavilion offers casual waterfront dining
for groups of 20-150, perfect for corporate, university functions,
rehearsal dinners, & other special occasions!
The kids’ area was upgraded in December 2007 and now sports shiny new play equipment. It’s free and open during mall hours.
Our ZOO FOR YOU program provides a new twist on the traditional petting zoo. We provide a great hands-on experience with a wide variety of animals, from familiar barnyard favorites to fascinating exotics from Australia, Africa and beyond.
Bellevue Arts Museum is the Pacific Northwest's center for the exploration of art, craft, and design. The Museum's mission is guided by the belief that craft and design are essential to the conversation on art and are equally transformative.
The Bellevue Botanical Garden is an urban refuge, encompassing 53-acres of cultivated gardens, restored woodlands, and natural wetlands. The living collections showcase plants that thrive in the Pacific Northwest.
The Burke Museum is the premier museum of natural history and culture in the Pacific Northwest. Located on the UW campus.
THE CENTER FOR WOODEN BOATS is a hands-on maritime museum where every visitor has opportunities to engage in heritage experiences. CWB is a laboratory of learning using hands and minds.
Wildlife and the role of humanity in nature through education, research, captive breeding, conservation, exhibition and recreation.
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department, located at the Frances Anderson Center, serves as the community's key resource for providing parks, open space, recreation programs, and cultural arts.
Elisabeth Carey Miller was born in Montana, attended the University of Washington, and spent most of her life in the Seattle area.
With its roots in rock ‘n’ roll, EMP serves as a gateway museum, reaching multigenerational audiences through our collections, exhibitions, and educational programs, using interactive technologies to engage and empower our visitors.
A catalyst for our engagement with contemporary art and artists is the Founding Collection of Charles and Emma Frye, access to which shall always be free.
Garden d’Lights features over ½ million lights which transform the Bellevue Botanical Garden into a blossoming winter wonderland. Enjoy this dazzling display each December this year we have new visitor services buildings with all new amenities.
Enjoy hours of delight and discovery at this innovative hands-on museum for children and families designed to engage kids from infancy to age eight. KidsQuest is a unique place for fun and exploration.
A public garden in Shoreline, WA, providing botanical expertise and educational, cultural, and aesthetic enrichment for the community.
Kubota Garden is a stunning 20-acre American-Japanese garden in the Rainier Beach neighborhood of South Seattle.
Experience an adventure like no other. Day sails on Lake Union and beyond, romantic date nights, learning to sail, sailboat racing, fireworks viewing, private group cruises, concerts on the water...
One of the most popular swimming beaches in Seattle, Madison Beach has a grassy area where sunbathers can relax and enjoy a stunning view of Lake Washington.
The Museum of Flight is one of the largest non-profit air and space museums in the world.
MOHAI is the place to discover Seattle, to connect with our region and its rich history, and to explore your role in creating our future.
Volunteers help in many ways, from greeting visitors, selling raffle tickets, and managing the parking lot, to making coffee, grilling hotdogs, frying pancakes, pouring beer, providing general event support, and much more!
NAAM has partnered with a rich collection of local community groups and cultural organizations to bring these programs to life. Please come and enjoy our guided tours, art demonstrations, lectures, and first-rate genealogy research center.
Pacific Science Center is an independent, not-for-profit educational institution that inspires lifelong interest in science, math and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative exhibits and programs.