Sponsored by Wells Fargo, this event invites children to explore the Pirate Tree House, Art Studio, Science and Literacy Hall and so much more – absolutely free!
The children’s museum offers a virtual tour on its website. Featuring exciting exhibits like the Wildlife Clinic, Imagine WaterWorks, Monte Cristo Railroad, Glow Zone, Construction Studio and more, this is a great place for kids to learn and explore!
This museum is regularly recognized as one of the Top 5 Best Fun Places to Take Kids (by King5) and the Best Family Entertainment and Best Museum in the Best of the South Sound contest (by The Olympian newspaper). Obviously, kids and families love…
One hour isn’t a lot of time to explore all 22,000 square feet of the Seattle Children’s Museum, but this is a great deal for families who can’t afford regular admission. Want more time? Check out the museum’s low-income access programs.