K1 Speed
Now comes the fun part! Get ready for the best indoor go-kart racing in the Seattle, Redmond, Bellevue, and King County areas. Here you will experience a totally different type of racing surface from the standard asphalt surface. With its slightly lesser grip than asphalt, you can drift as much as you want. Each location features fast indoor electric go-karts, state–of–the–art safety barriers, private meeting rooms, and an arcade. The 1/5 mile indoor kart track is professionally designed.

Website               Address: 2207 Bel-Red Rd, Redmond 1-855-517-7333


Microsoft Visitor Center
Microsoft has had a fantastic journey of growth and excitement from a garage startup to a global technology leader. As soon as you step inside the Microsoft Center, you'll find yourself surrounded by sounds, sights, and demonstrations that are all made with the same idea; Microsoft believes that great software can help everyone realize their full potential.

Website               Address: 15010 NE 36 St. Bldg 92, Redmond, WA 425-703-6214       


Downtown Redmond Park
Redmond Downtown Park is a special gathering place where art and park are indistinguishable. It is known for its creative energy and exploration. It is a hallmark of every great city that it has a place that serves as a destination, an icon, and a catalyst for economic growth. Downtown Park provides a venue for community gatherings and celebrations in a beautiful setting. Here you can see more than 2000 plants and 117 trees, which will provide more than half of the park with a tree canopy when matured. Additionally, the park contains a raised lawn with trees, deck, splash pad, pavilion, the artwork titled Buoyant by Jill Anholt, and a dining grove.

Website               Address: 16101 NE Redmond Way, Redmond   


Marymoor Park
Marymoor Park stretches for over 640 acres and gets over three million visits every year. It's quite an attraction in the area. No wonder why that is; the park offers so many activities like biking, hiking, and rock climbing. Simply put, everyone is promised to have a great time here.

Website               Address: 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond   


Evans Creek Preserve
Evans Creek Preserve, which stretches over 213 acres, is an excellent outdoor area that everyone enjoys. The creek is home to many kinds of wildlife in the expansive fields where children can run around and observe. Many animals can be found here, including black bears, deer, beavers, hawks, and songbirds. The place is ideal for hiking and birdwatching, with plenty of rich flora. Loop trails are around 3.5 miles long and for pedestrians only. The park has two trailheads. The older trailhead is located on 224th Avenue NE, while the newer trailhead is located at 3650 Sahalee Way NE.

Website               Address: 4001 224th Ave NE, Redmond   


Pike Place Market, Seattle
Famous outdoor market selling everything from fish to beautiful flower arrangements to bespoke clothes. It's also got some of Seattle's famous tourist attractions like the Gum Wall and the original Starbucks. 

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Snoqualmie Falls, Snoqualmie
At the falls, you will find a two-acre park, gift shop, observation deck, and the famous 270 foot waterfall. The free viewing area (and free parking!) is open from dawn until dusk. 

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Pacific Science Center, Seattle
In the heart of Downtown, with great exhibits and an IMAX theater. There is an area with small rides, a merry-go-round, and arcades adjacent just outside.

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Space Needle, Seattle
View our beautiful city from over 600 feet above ground on this famous observation tower built for the World Fair in 1962. During the day you can spy the mountains, and at night you can see Seattle lit up!

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Museum of Flight (Boeing), Tukwila
Take a tour of where airplanes are made in the largest building on Earth!

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Family Fun Center, Tukwila
Though a bit of a drive, Family Fun Center is full of entertainment: laser tag, mini golf, arcades, go-karting, bumper boats, and more!

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Greenlake, Seattle
A 3-mile-long pathway bordering this pretty lake is open for a stroll or a bike ride. Boating and paddle boarding is available as well as a large picnic area. 

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Alki Beach, Seattle
Stunning sandy beach with views of Downtown, and a pathway to stroll or bike around (rentals are available). There are restaurants and bars across the street.

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