One of Seattle’s most family-friendly events of the year is the annual Children’s Film Festival Seattle. Hosted by Northwest Film Forum, the event showcases over 130 kid-friendly films from over 35 countries (all non-English titles include English sub titles). With the 10,000 festival attendees each year, it is the largest event of its kind on the West Coast.
Visitors to Seattle should be sure to add the city’s Wallingford neighborhood to their plans. One of the destination’s most family-friendly spots, you’ll find peaceful parks, eclectic cafes, outdoor art and plenty of opportunities to get the whole family exploring together. To help you plan your itinerary, here is a guide to Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood.
Taking place in Ellensburg, Washington — located less than two hours from Seattle — the WinterHop Brewfest offers the chance to immerse yourself in local culture through the palate. This year’s 11th annual festival takes place on January 17, 2015, from 12pm to 5pm at numerous venues in Downtown Ellensburg, all of which are walkable to each other.
One of Seattle’s most diverse and artistic neighborhoods, Capitol Hill is not to be missed. Along with having a creative and welcoming vibe, there is much to do, see and explore, and you can easily fill a day or more of your itinerary with the area offerings.
For those spending the end of the year in Seattle, you’ll have a wide array of fun and festive things to do. From firework shows in iconic locations to whimsical Christmas festivals to opportunities to explore global holiday traditions, there something to fit everyone’s tastes. To help you plan your itinerary, here is a guide to Seattle Holiday Events.
For those visiting Seattle for Thanksgiving, you’ll be happy to know there are plenty of ways to celebrate the holiday in the Emerald City. From parades to festivals to competitive eating contests, you’ll have no problem having a memorable experience. To help you plan your itinerary, here is a guide to celebrating Thanksgiving in Seattle.