If you’ve ever asked my opinion on where to go on a Seattle vacation, the Seattle Waterfront is always at the top of my list. I mean, I wrote a whole post about exploring Pier 57 with kids last year!
So, it should come as no surprise that it’s also an unforgettable date night in Seattle!
Seattle Children’s Theatre Presents The Velveteen Rabbit
Running November 1-December 30, 2018, The Velveteen Rabbit is Seattle Children’s Theatre’s holiday show.
The show comes to Seattle from the Unicorn Theatre in London, which is the UK’s leading theatre for young audiences.
What are the Seattle Amazon Spheres?
Amazon is always trying to come up with ways to make life easier and a bit more enjoyable. I mean, Amazon Prime has changed the way most of my Mom friends live!
So, it should be no surprise that they created a unique work space for their employees: the Seattle Amazon Spheres.
Seattle Waterfront Shuttle
Have you heard about the Seattle Waterfront Shuttle? It’s the newest Seattle tour bus (it just launched 3 weeks ago) and it’s completely free!
It’s available 7 days a week from 10am-8pm this summer/fall and stops at 9 attractions near downtown Seattle and along Seattle’s waterfront.
Have you ever done an escape room?
You know, those places where a group of people are locked in a room and have to figure out puzzles, find clues, and escape within a short time limit.
MoPOP (Formerly the Experience Music Project)
If you are heading to Seattle Center, you can’t miss MoPOP! It’s the big, colorful building that used to be called the Experience Music Project.
Christmas in Seattle is such a fun time, especially with kids.
Our toddler was born just a few days after Christmas, so he was almost one before he experienced his first Seattle holiday season!
I really wanted to start some family traditions and I thought heading to Seattle to participate in their festivities would be a great tradition to start!