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Alki Beach Park


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1702 Alki Avenue Southwest
Seattle, WA 98116

 (206) 684-4075

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"Visit Alki Beach Park and bring your walking shoes and take a long walk or rent bikes to ride on the beach walk."  See More

"Hang out at Alki Beach Park for the West Seattle experience -- it's a real beach, if you've never been!"  See More

"Alki Beach Park and Salty's on Alki (the area around) will get you great shots of the city including the The Seattle Great Wheel and Space Needle."  See More

"Pike Place Market, Olympic Sculpture Park, Alki Beach Park, Ballard Locks"  See More

"Hamilton Viewpoint Park and Alki Beach Park in West Seattle offer panoramic views of Downtown Seattle and saltwater beach walks along Elliott Bay and Puget Sound."  See More

"Then check out the otters at the Seattle Aquarium and catch the King County Water Taxi to Alki Beach Park."  See More

"Seattle and kids can be a good mix. A total pro-move that most won't consider is doing a factory tour at Boeing up in Everett: ."  See More

"Take a ferry ride to Bainbridge or just over to Alki Beach Park in West Seattle."  See More

"Outside of the festival, you can visit Queen Anne, the Fremont Troll and neighborhood, Pike Place Market, and Woodinville for wine tasting :) Or head to the waters edge at Discovery Park and Alki Beach Park."  See More

"A ferry ride is usually fun for all—take the short ferry ride from downtown over to West Seattle's Alki Beach Park and enjoy the view and the beach."  See More

"5 miles to Alki Beach Park, which is a lovely beach with lots of restaurants/bike rentals/etc."  See More

"First-- it won't rain a lot. It will likely be gray, and might well drizzle, but Seattle gets less rain annually than New York City. So I'd suggest bringing a light rain coat and getting out there! For indoor activities that are kid friendly, I'd recommend: Seattle Aquarium - right on the water. Right nearby is Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, which is amusing. Experience Music Project - amazing looking building with a lot of interactive exhibits inside of the kids are old enough to enjoy music. There's also a nice/geeky sci-fi museum in the same building. This is right near the Space Needle, which won't be a ton of fun for kids (for the dollar) but gives you a nice view of the city. Woodland Park Zoo is a pretty solid zoo if the kids enjoy animals and you get a day with some nice weather. Museum of Flight is one of the standbys that local parents rely on. A water taxi ride across elliot bay to West Seattle lands you at a great little hawaiian/korean fusion food place and is a fun/very cheap boat ride with indoor/warm seats. >"  See More

"If it's nice, you need to head down the hill from there (to the North) to Alki Beach Park."  See More

": ) After that, you can walk to Alki Beach Park and enjoy the views and shops along the way."  See More








   
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