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Seattle Stairway Walks

Seattle Stairway Walks

If you’ve spent any time in Seattle, you realize that it is a city of many hills and stairways, some of them quite steep and dramatic. There are over 500 stairways in the city, making for enjoyable walks and a great way to exercise and see hidden areas and views in many neighborhoods.  Read More 
Kubota Garden gate

Kubota Garden

With spring upon us, it is a perfect time to get out and visit one of Seattle’s two stunning Japanese gardens. There is the Japanese Garden at the Washington Park Arboretum and Kubota Garden in the Rainier Beach neighborhood of South Seattle.  Read More 
Gasworks Park Kite Shop

Gasworks Park Kite Shop

Gasworks Park is a popular Seattle park, offering views of Lake Union and downtown Seattle amongst the remnants of an old coal processing plant. With lots of open space, it is also a perfect spot to fly a kite, so it should come as no surprise that a couple of blocks away is the Gasworks …  Read More 
Green Lake Path

Walk around Green Lake

With the weather finally warming up this week, it is time to get out for one of Seattle’s favorite walks around Green Lake. Hundreds of people enjoy the lake every day, rain or shine, but the numbers certainly go way up when we finally see some springtime sun and warmth like today.  Read More 
Henry Moses Aquatic Center

Henry Moses Aquatic Center

Continuing on today’s summer theme of pools, if you are near Renton, or willing to drive a bit, the Henry Moses Aquatic Center in Renton might be the funnest city pool in the area.  Read More 
Mounger Pool

Mounger Pool

“Swimming” and “pool” are two words that haven’t crossed the minds of Seattleites much this summer, but with a burst of real summer weather, maybe it’s time to head out for a dip.  Read More 
world kite museum

World Kite Museum

Flying a kite is one of life’s simple pleasures – using the force of wind to go aloft, kites bobbing and darting in the sky, getting your string tangled… Did you know that Washington State (Long Beach, WA to be specific) has our very own World Kite Museum?  With a collection of over 1500 kites …  Read More 
ice skating seattle

Ice Skating

‘Tis the season to strap on the ice skates and take a spin around the ice! There are a surprising number of ice skating facilities here in the Seattle area. Grab your skates, a mug of hot cocoa and get some practice on your toe loops. Happy wintertime!  Read More 


The outdoor ZooTunes summer concert series (held at Woodland Park Zoo) starts June 27, but it’s a good idea to get tickets early, as the events tend to sell out. Check out this year’s lineup:  Read More