Nestled between the Cascade Mountains to the east and Puget Sound on the west, the Seattle area is filled with opportunities for day trips under $100.
Let your graduate celebrate with friends one last time as schoolmates before they all head out in different directions.
For those seeking an entertaining bar-hopping opportunity, consider checking out one of Seattle’s annual pub crawls that allow you to visit multiple bars in one night and sample each location’s best beers and liquors.
Seattle’s Feet First is a non-profit agency advocating healthy living through walking, and exploring your community and natural environment. Joined with InMotion, Feet First is offering three guided community walks in West Seattle. Come out, bring the kids, and Neighborhood Walking Ambassadors as you learn more about the world around you by foot!
As the official opening to Seafair, The Pirates Landing 2012 promises to bring a fun-filled day for the entire family! Dress in your favorite pirate costume and head to Alki Beach on Saturday, July 7!
When you want to pack a picnic and head outside, here are some of our favorite places in Puget Sound to sit with family and friends on a sunny afternoon.
The LA-based shoe maker, TOMS, is asking us to go “one day without shoes” to raise awareness of the millions in the world who go without adequate footwear, or none at all. For every pair of TOMS you purchase, the company will send a pair of their shoes to a child in need. Here are some One Day Without Shoes events happening in Seattle on Tuesday, April 10.
Arts and crafts, carnivals, airplanes, dragon parades and dragon boats make up some of the best of this weekend. Go get it!
One of the best parts of Seafair each year is the landin’ of the pirates. And aye, they be gettin’ close!
Artifacts of the industrious 19th century and progressive 20th century still lurk amid Seattle’s modern world. Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour, walks along Alki Beach, the right downtown walking tours and a couple day trip cruises are among the best ways to get up close and personal with the area’s past.