If skies are cloudy or the lines too long at the Space Needle, walk a few steps to the Seattle Children’s Museum, which turns out to be the interactive experience the Experience Project might have been. Exhibits and installations are heavily biased toward the hands-on and playful, with a Construction Zone, Story Telling Circle, Mountain Forest, Cog City, and more offering kids plenty of opportunities to get down (and dirty, truth be told). Admission is $8.25 for adults and children over the age of 1, $7.25 for grandparents, and free for children under the age of one.
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Researched to come here with my 4 year old whilst on holiday, the website looked interactive and engaging, with lots of activities to do. Staff very friendly upon arrival, we all managed to receive...
Loads of fun
Our 4 year old grandson had a blast at the children’s museum. We went on a Tuesday morning and there was no wait time at all. He got fully engaged in all of the activities…