Pacific Science Center, Seattle, Washington

14 Mentions on Trippy

Pacific Science Center

200 Second Avenue North

Seattle, WA 98109

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(206) 443-2001

http://pacificsciencecenter.org

  • 4 mentions in Indoor kids' activities in Seattle

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...a local chain of seafood restaurants that I dig, and Ye Olde Curiosity Shop , which has the bomb homemade fudge. Pacific Science Center is pretty cool if your kids are into science. Don't know how old your kids are, but there are..." See More

    • Ben T.

      Ben T. said, "...kids (we took my 1.5, 3.5, and 6.5 year old kids there all the time when we lived in Seattle). The Pacific Science Center center will be good for slightly older kids, and the Experience Music Project may be interesting for them as..." See More

    • Joann S.

      Joann S. said, "...The Pacific Science Center is a great place for kids of all ages and could keep them busy for a few days. But don't be afraid of outdoor activities such as "Ride the Ducks of Seattle" or a baseball game at Safeco Field..." See More

    • Briana S.

      Briana S. said, "...I agree on Pacific Science Center for kids of all ages. There's tons to do there & it's at the Seattle Center, so you can easily go to the Experience Music Project(EMP) or Space Needle afterwards. Also the The Seattle Great Wheel is..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Techie family looking for unique Seattle experiences

    • Tony W.

      Tony W. said, "...of Flight East Lot is also a real kid-pleaser, as is the Seattle Aquarium, which is on the water downtown. The Pacific Science Center has a cool outdoor area (if it's hot, have the kids wear swimwear and they can splash around outside)...." See More

    • Christian C.

      Christian C. said, "...water fountain. If they aren't soaked, check out a play at Seattle Children's Theatre or spend a couple hours at the Pacific Science Center. You'll probably enjoy the Experience Music Project even more than your sons, and the pickup point for Ride..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Kid Friendly Activities in Seattle

    • Mary M.

      Mary M. said, "...I would definitely take the kids to the Pacific Science Center that is a local favorite for children. Also the is the Seattle Aquarium right down the street and also the The Seattle Great Wheel Fishermen's Terminal And if you have time there..." See More

    • Kelsy M.

      Kelsy M. said, "...the Pacific Science Center is a fun place for kids. Down by the pier and ferrys there are neat shops as well. The Space Needle is always a hit...." See More

  • 1 mention in Good rainy day activities in Seattle?

    • Michael M.

      Michael M. said, "...the shadow of the Needle is the Chihuly Garden and Glass. Adjoining the Chihuly Garden, the lacy, Gothic arches of the Pacific Science Center offers exhibits, hands-on activities and an IMAX theater. If you get hungry, the Armory Food Court offers many options..." See More

  • 1 mention in Artistic sights in Seattle?

    • Jenni L.

      Jenni L. said, "...Chuhily Art Exhibit at the Pacific Science Center..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must see/do in Seattle for one day?

    • Michael M.

      Michael M. said, "...a route that brings you within about a 5-minute walk of the Space Needle, The Seattle Center, Chihuly Garden and Glass Pacific Science Center, and the Experience Music Project Science Fiction Museum. All of these sites lie within yards of each other...." See More

  • 1 mention in Hotel recommendation in Queen Ann district

    • Chase J.

      Chase J. said, "...to lots of stuff, great food, streetcar, downtown, parks, etc. Not far from Queen Anne. By the way, go to the Pacific Science Center. Your kids will dig this... also, there is an IMAX theater there that is often showing cool nature..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do in Seattle?

    • Adrianna N.

      Adrianna N. said, "...the gum wall. You can visit Alki Beach and enjoy walking along the boardwalk or play some beach volleyball. Also, the Pacific Science Center isn't free but it's $20 per adult for general admission and you could probably find some coupons. If you..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best free things to do in Seattle?

    • Adrianna N.

      Adrianna N. said, "...the gum wall. You can visit Alki Beach and enjoy walking along the boardwalk or play some beach volleyball. Also, the Pacific Science Center isn't free but it's $20 per adult for general admission and you could probably find some coupons. If you..." See More