When the sun sets on the waters around Seattle, there’s nothing quite as fun as heading out on an evening cruise. Here are some dinner cruises that will take your breath away with views and let you see Seattle from a very different vantage point!
The Seattle area is surrounded by water, and it’s a perfect place to learn how to sail. If you are up for the challenge, there are lots of great places where you can learn. Here are some of our favorites.
Whether you want to be bare and brave with the Fremont Solstice cyclists, take a tour of the beautiful Northwest on a bike, or get the kids out with their training wheels for Bicycle Sunday, there are some great bicycle events in Puget Sound during June!
On Saturday, May 19, you are invited to help clean up the shores of Lake Washington in Colman Park with Nordstrom and ECO SWIM BY AQUA GREEN, a planet-friendly swimwear company. They’ll provide you with breakfast and all your gear. They need you to help make our planet a little cleaner.
Get out with Mom on Mother’s Day weekend and do something fun together. Ride a train, head to the zoo, take a cruise around Lake Washington or do a charity walk!
The Transportation Department says drivers on the Highway 520 floating bridge will see construction barges move into place Thursday on Lake Washington to start work on a new floating bridge.
Have family in town for Easter? Rather than the traditional gathering, why not enjoy brunch on a cruise of Lake Washington and Lake Union, with spectacular views and kids’ activities!
Seafair has not seen a monetary prize at the sporting event since the 1970’s…. The stakes are now higher than ever!
Seafair kicks off over Memorial Day weekend with the Seattle Rock and Roll Marathon and Half, and there are festivals and celebrations all summer long. But the culmination of Seafair is the Torchlight Parade, Fleet Week of Boats, Hydroplane Races and Air Show.
Now that the weather is cooperating, it’s time to think about dining outdoors! Here are some of Seattle’s most beautiful spots.