Seattle Attractions for Kids

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Seattle Attractions for Kids Reviews

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Places to visit that will interest your kids Jun 28, 2008
The Children's Museum:

Seattle Center; 305 Harrison St.; (206) 441-1768; thechildrensmuseum.org

Children explore familiar places from their own neighborhoods and sicover cultures from around the glove in kid-size displays where they can skipper a sea-going ship, visit a tailor shop in Chana or ride a tricycle around the Philippines. Driving a fire engine is child's play, and so is pretending to run a store or restaurant. At the Dunn Lumber Construction Zone, you can build anything you want, and be sure and chekc out the two traveling exhibits that change with the season.

Fun Forest:

Seattle Center; 305 Harrison St.; (206) 728-1585; funforest.com

There's fun for everyone in this maze of games, rides and things that make you happy. Try your skill at the 25' climbing wall or the Max Flight Rollercoaster simulator. Play laser tag, miniature golf or jump aboard a bumper car. Or play a video game, throw darts or try your hand at the shooting gallery.

Pacific Science Center:

Seattle Center; 200 Second Ave. N.; (206) 443-2001; pacsci.org

Budding scientists of all ages will enjoy this interesting, exciting and educational Seattle favorite. Go back in time to meet roaring dinosaurs or tiptoe into a special sunroom to watch a butterfly emerge from its chrysalis. Kids love the giant rebotic insects, star-studded planetarium and the two-ton granit ball they can spin with their bare hands.

Seattle Children's Theater:

Seattle Center; 201 Thomas St.; (206) 441-3322; sct.org

Plays written especially for children of varyiing ages and their families are professionally produced on two

state-of-the- art stages.

Wild Waves and Enchanted Village:

Federal Way; 36201 Enchanged Parkway S.; (253) 661-8000; wildwaves.com

At Wild Waves water park, slide down chutes, through tunnels and over whitewater rapids, and then splash down safely in the pools made to catch squealing youngsters. Built into the same park is Enchanted Village, with rides and other amusements ranging from TimberHawk, the state's largest wodden roller coaster, to a 1906 antique carousel.
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