Seattle, Washington for Pre-Teens & Teens
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Seattle is chock-full of kid-friendly attractions. Older kids will enjoy Seattle's music history as well as the city's waterfront, especially Pike Place Market. The younger set will find plenty of hands-on fun at the various museums, plus lots of open, grassy spaces to romp in. And the entire family will appreciate the beautiful mountains and water that surround the city.
Suggested Trip Plan for Pre-Teens & Teens
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Seattle's most famous landmark is on the pricey side -- and it may be lost on young kids -- but kids age 7 and older will find it thrilling. A glass elevator...
GameWorks is two levels of arcade fun with a family-friendly restaurant to keep you fueled. With exposed brick walls and cavernous ceilings, it can be a little noisy, but...
Arcade / Game Room
Aviation fanatics of all ages will be in heaven at the Museum of Flight. Teens will love the six flight simulators (especially the Top Gun simulator), plus over 50 mint...
Science & Nature Museum
Bellevue / Eastside
Set on nine acres, this four-story hotel is one mile from the Bellevue Square shopping center, six miles from Microsoft"s main campus, and 10 miles...
Child care (in room surcharge)
Cribs (infant beds) available
Internet access - complimentary
Separate bathtub and shower
Just steps from Pike Place Market and downtown shopping, the Sheraton Hotel is perfectly located for exploring the city on foot. The heated indoor pool is on the 35th floor...
Hotel / Motel
This 29-story hotel has an underground walkway leading to the Washington State Convention & Trade Center 5th Avenue Theatre and the shops at...
Restaurant(s) in hotel
Extra towels/bedding in room
Room service (24 hours)
Pier 54 and the waterfront are a lovely backdrop for Seattle's favorite seafood restaurant. On the go? Skip the indoor dining and hit the walk-up fish bar, where you...
Alki Café has accomplished the seemingly impossible: waterfront dining that's still casual, great food that's reasonably priced, and an atmosphere that's welcoming to grown-ups and kids alike. And if...
Locally owned with a fish-centric menu, Atlas Foods also offers old-fashioned comfort food and consistently wins raves for its family-friendly atmosphere. Outdoor seating is available in nice...
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The Space Needle CityA Family Vacation in Seattle, WA with Pre-Teens & Teens
1.Pike Place MarketPike Place Market
85 Pike St
2.Space NeedleSpace Needle
400 Broad St
Seattle, WA 98109+4607
3.Ye Olde Curiosity ShopYe Olde Curiosity Shop
1001 Alaskan Way # 54
Seattle, WA 98104+1028
4.Experience Music Project/Science Fiction MuseumExperience Music Project/Science Fiction Museum
325 5th Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109+4630
Favorite Vacation Moments
- Meeting the Giant Octopus.
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- Revin & The One Tower
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- Museum Amusement
- By snommal - March 09, 2008