The Ocean-Themed Indoor Playground In Washington That’s Insanely Fun
If you have little ones in your life, you know how endlessly energetic they are (those lucky kids.) And when subpar weather strikes, it can be difficult to keep the little darlings entertained. But if you live in the Seattle area, your sanity is just a short drive away, because there’s a 3,000-square-foot ocean-themed indoor playground in Washington.
Have you ever been to PlayDate SEA? Are there any other indoor playgrounds in the Evergreen State that are fun for the whole family? Tell us about them in the comments – or nominate your suggestions for the chance to see them featured in an upcoming article!
If the idea of an ocean-themed play area is enticing, your family will love Washington’s ocean-themed bowling alley.
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Indoor Playgrounds In Washington & Related Info
Besides PlayDate SEA, are there any other indoor playgrounds in Washington?
There are several other indoor playgrounds in Washington besides PlayDate SEA. Some of the best include:
- Funtastic Playtorium, various locations
With three locations in Washington, Funtastic Playtorium is an indoor playground with slides, obstacle courses, and other kid-friendly activities.
- Safari, Tukwila
This safari-themed indoor playground in Westfield Southcenter is fun for kids of all ages.
- Ahoy Kitsap Playland, Bremerton
Kids can enjoy a 3-story play structure, a virtual reality arcade, and a toddler zone at this indoor playground.
- WiggleWorks Kids, various locations
Featuring two Seattle-area locations, WiggleWorks Kids is an interactive, soft play environment designed for infants through preschool-aged children.
- DEFY Seattle
This indoor trampoline park offers several attractions for all ages, including a special jumping area just for kids.
What are some of the best indoor activities in Washington?
Some of the best indoor activities in Washington are:
- Fastkart Speedway, Spokane
This indoor go-kart track is a fun activity for older children, with karts that reach speeds of up to 30 miles per hour.
- REI, Seattle
The 65-foot rock climbing wall at this retail chain is an indoor activity that kids and adults can enjoy, with special learn-to-climb classes for ages 5 and up.
- Seattle Aquarium, Seattle
Kids love seeing aquatic creatures at the Seattle Aquarium - especially in the 360-degree underwater dome.
Visit Boeing’s production factory to see how the commercial jets are assembled, and tour a replica of the U.S. Laboratory Module Destiny on the International Space Station for a fun and educational outing.
- The Space Needle, Seattle
Enjoy panoramic views of Seattle from 520 feet in the air at the Space Needle in Seattle.