Seattle has many things to do with kids:

10 Things To Do In Seattle With Kids

The Space Needle Seattle

1. The Space Needle is in the heart of Seattle and you can see the city from this breathtaking spot. Seattle Center has the best place to see everything and there is a rotating restaurant on the top, which kids will be impressed with.

Pike Place Market

2. Pike Place Market is the place to see fish throwing, drink coffee or collect fresh fruit. One must take a stroll through the market and embrace the hustle and bustle of the vendors. Even the pickiest kid will enjoy this one.

Seattle Waterfront

3. Seattle Waterfront is a short walk from Pike Place. You will pass a series of piers that are lined with gift shops, restaurants and friendly activities for all ages of tourists. You can even take a carriage ride or hop on a merry-go-round.

Woodland Park Zoo

4. Woodland Park Zoo is home to tons of beautiful animals, a vintage carousel and an indoor Zoomazium boasts a mountain cave: a rope bridge and a 20-foot climbing tree.

5. Alki Beach is a beach that one gets to from the waterfront where you can spend time building sand castles, soaking up the sun, playing volleyball or strolling the boardwalk. You can rent awake and make sure to check out Pegasus a great Italian restaurant for pizza.

Seattle Mount Rainier National Park

6. If you have time for a day trip, jump on a train and drive to Mount Rainier National Park, which is a 3 Hour drive. Snoqualmie Pass is perfect for a day of snow tubing, snowboarding and skiing. You can also catch a boat to the San Juan Islands for a whale watching tour.

7. The Underground Tour is a guided walking tour that begins at Pioneer Square and you walk three blocks of what used to be the main entryways and storefronts of old downtown Seattle. The kids might need some patience for this one.

Snoqualmie Falls

8. Snoqualmie Falls is a site for sore eyes and 30 miles outside of Seattle. There is a hiking trail, observation decks and you can stay at the luxury suites at the Salish Lodge.

Wild Waves

9. Wild Waves is similar to a Six Flags amusement park, which is 40 minutes south of Seattle. It is a waterpark along with enchanting rights for kids of all ages. There is a one-time entry fee and you can spend the entire day exploring activities to your hearts content.

10. Lake Washington parks is a body of water that makes Seattle gorgeous. You can choose any of the lakes and the kids will have plenty of time to enjoy some playtime.