Hands-on play, awesome backyard adventures and more seasonal fun.
Hands-on play, awesome backyard adventures and more seasonal fun.
Where to get the wiggles out
Rain or shine, these fun family experiences will keep your crew entertained. 
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Explore KidsQuest Children’s Museum

The scoop: It may be rainy outside, but it doesn’t mean you can’t play with water. Check out our water vortex and other interactive exhibits for a day full of learning and play. More >>
Ages: All

Jumping Beans Indoor Playspace

The scoop: Explore the largest indoor playground for kids in the Seattle area, with a ball pit, Lego wall and lots of activities. This bright, big and safe playspace satisfies parents and kids alike. More >>
Ages: 0–12

Hands On Children’s Museum

The scoop: Explore 150 exhibits and our outdoor discovery center, plus nature play, tinkering, MakeSpace, Art Studio special guests and events. More >>
Ages: 2–10

Rainy day play at Pump It Up!

The scoop: Come have some healthy fun at one of our open jump events, featuring pre-k, all-ages and family jump nights. 
More >>
Ages: 2–12

Samena swim and recreation club

The scoop: We offer swim lessons, preschool, before- and after-school care, fitness classes and more. Connecting community since 1958. Join today. More >>
Ages: All

Pacific Science Center

The scoop: Be curious. Go big! Don’t miss Disney’s “Frozen 2” in PacSci’s IMAX theater this November. More >>
Ages: All

Adventure Kids Playcare Bellevue

The scoop: We are a drop-in childcare center where your kids can play, explore and have fun in our safe and secure environment. We are open until 10 p.m. Mon.–Thurs. and midnight Sat.–Sun. More >>
Ages: 6 weeks–12 years

Scouting fun kids

The scoop: Seattle Talent is scouting bright and friendly kids for local NW bookings and monthly intros to Los Angeles agents and managers. More >>
Ages: 5+
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Family Performance: Queer Kid Stuff

Join Lindsay Amer, host of “Queer Kid Stuff,” at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center on Saturday, Nov. 9, at 11 a.m. for a free sing-along and storytime. 



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