It’s an easy drive for us and Seattle is one of my favorite cities. But for this trip, we didn’t go to our usual spots and instead, made the trip about exploring places we hadn’t been to but were also kid-friendly.
I had been wanting to take Holter and Heath to the Seattle Children’s Museum for a while as I had heard such positive things about it. We made our way there after breakfast and enjoyed the lovely walk after finding parking for the day.
Where they got to wear hard hats and build their projects from scratch. They both love to build things at home and everything from the nuts and bolts to boards were oversized and perfect for their little hands.
I highly recommend signing up for a time at the Imagination Studio as soon as you arrive at the Children’s Museum. I didn’t expect them to spend so much time there, and luckily we had it to ourselves and were able to stay longer than we would have if there had been a waiting list.