Things to do in Yakima with kids

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Yakima
Open seasonally to the public between October and March for families to have a classic slide about together.
Yakima
A pleasingly landscaped 18 hole putter course around creeks and ponds but it's a tough one, with many moving hazards to trip you up!
Yakima
Set in 46 acres and displays over 1000 botanical species in lush landscaped displays and wild areas. The Carlson Butterfly Garden will be a particular deilght to children, if you're in luck.
Toppenish
The Toppenish railroad depot was built by the Northern Pacific Railway in 1911. For 50 years it served as the transportation center of the community. In 1993 the depot and adjacent freight house were purchased from the Burlington Northern Railroad....
Wenatchee
One of Americas grandest and Spectacular drives!" National Geographic Traveler. This 400 mile self-guided driving tour circles through the heart of Washington from the waters of Puget Sound across the Cascade Mountains and into the high desert climat...
Richland
Public sessions including rink games and full rentals available, including quad, inline and speed skate hire. Skating tuition is available for over 3s.
Grafton
Raging Rivers WaterPark is cool when it's hot! From our zoomin' Cascade Body Flumes to our lazy Endless River, there's something for everyone. One of the many fun family places to go if you're looking for things to do with kids in Illinois.
Leavenworth
There's fun for the whole family in a festive atmosphere! You'll love playing on the 18 hole Bavarian theme miniature golf course, and everyone enjoys a game of basketball or badminton on the Sport Court!
Hood River
Enjoy the splendors of the scenic Columbia Gorge while climbing through the spectacular Hood River Valley. One of the many fun family places to go if you're looking for things to do with kids in Oregon
Elbe
Take a scenic train ride through the foothills of Mt Rainier. Pulled by vintage locomotives, passengers on the MRSR are charmed as they pass through forest and meadows, next to clear mountain streams and over tall wooden trestles.
Eatonville
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park is a treasure for wildlife enthusiasts. The signature tram tour through the 435-acre free-roaming area offers the opportunity to spot different species of animals as they wander through forests, wetlands and meadows. In t...
Chelan
Come to Slidewaters and enjoy our exciting water playground. Acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and sparkling, heated water compliment our fantastic waterslides. While taking a break from activities, you can bathe in the warmth of the desert sun...
Eatonville
A double trip into history as you visit the 1880s homestead, then travel back even further to experience the Ohop Indian Village. Educational and thoroughly entertaining.
Sumner
Revolving variety of inflatable fun equipment from traditional bounce houses to slides, tunnels and obstacle courses, plus toddler area and small arcade.
Auburn
Welcomes quad and inline skaters for a variety of sessions on offer including specific family ones, Tots for under 8s and roller derbies.
Puyallup
Clean, fun, family oriented facility for quad and inline skating. 180' x 90' maple floor.
Federal Way
Over 60 rides, slides and fun in Washington's only water park and theme park - 2 for the price of 1!
Carnation
Bunnies, goats, piggies, cows...PLUS county fairs, pony rides, steam trains, ferris wheels...an amazing fun family farm!
Castle Ice
(98 Miles)
Renton
Activities include public open skates, broomball, hockey, figure skating and learn to skate programs. Walkers skating aids available.
Kent
Family ice rink with public skating, figure skating, hockey plus stick and puck sessions. Also offers a petit 8 hole miniature golf course with water features.
Tukwila
An indoor go-kart racing facility providing the very best in walk-in racing and junior races plus birthday parties, arcade games and pool tables. For 8+
Tacoma
In The Washington State History Museum people of all ages can explore and be entertained from Washington's past speak about their lives. Through interactive exhibits and theatrical storytelling. One of the many fun family places to visit if you're lo...
iFLY Seattle
(101 Miles)
Tukwila
Come and experience indoor skydiving at iFLY Seattle. It is safe for kids, challenging for adults, exciting for teens and realistic for skydivers. No experience necessary and it is great fun for all ages, three and up!
Tacoma
Core early childhood experiences form the platform for play in the Museum’s five main areas: Woods, Water, Voyager, Invention, and Becka’s Studio. Covering between them physical, imaginative, developmental, social and role plays, this is a well r...
Maupin
Oregon Rafting Trips on Six Amazing River Rafting Destinations! All Star Rafting and Kayaking, based in Maupin, Oregon, is the place to go for your next rafting, fishing, or kayaking adventure. We offer guided Washington and Oregon rafting trips ...
Bellevue
Come explore, play and learn together at KidsQuest Children's Museum! Enjoy hours of delight and discovery at this innovative hands-on museum for children and families designed to engage kids from infancy to age ten.
Pendelton
Features gigantic water slides, over 200' of open and closed tubes, three pools, family picnic facilities with gas grills, children's water features and concessions. One of the many fun family places to go if you're looking for things to do with kids...
Chalet Bowl
(104 Miles)
Tacoma
Family bowling fun in the oldest operating bowling alley in Washington State, with some of the newest bowling technology!
Pendleton
The Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon, the Arts Council of Pendleton, the Umatilla County Historical Society, and Tamastslikt Cultural Institute are partners in a Lewis & Clark project. This project will encompass youth from pre-school through hi...
Malta
Included in our displays are; early plains Indian artifacts, homesteading days, ranching and farming in Phillips County, mining, early day schools, mercantile, doctor's office, and many wildlife mounts. We house a very fine dinosaur collection and m...
Museum Of Flight
(105 Miles)
Seattle
Experience flight as you never have before. Step into the Personal Courage Wing and experience stories of courage as told through a collection of 28 fighter aircraftin a setting that will simply amaze you. In the steel and glass Great Gallery, the hi...
Paint Away
(106 Miles)
Redmond
A creative space for kids to express themselves and their inner artist as they paint anything they choose from a huge ceramics selection.
Tacoma
Spend the weekend at the Zoo enjoying free hands-on activities, games and crafts and visit with local environmentally-focused organizations.
Fort Nisqually
(107 Miles)
Tacoma
Explore, discover and connect with history. Experience life in Washington Territory during the fur trade era with skills demonstrations and hands-on activities for kids of all ages.
Tacoma
The Super Kid version of ZOOM is sized for kids 5 and up. The more challenging Discovery Course is for ages 8 and up. It's not strictly kid stuff; adults will enjoy it, too. Each requires some degree of agility and tests participants’ mental and p...
Acoma
Take a guided tour of the ancient pueblo village atop a 367-foot sandstone bluff, Discover the traditional Native American culture and living history of Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico.
Ritzville
Located alongside the Burlington Northern tracks, the Depot is a clear reminder of the importance of the railroad in the economy and social life of old Ritzville. For generations in the life of Ritzville--as of the nation--rail travel was the primary...
Redmond
A themed 18 hole putting course, with special effects, geared towards kids and families.
Methow
An RV and campground on the banks of the Methow river in Washington State. Swimming, fishing, tubing and horse rides - perfectly set up for those nature loving families.
Seattle
Presents the stories, history and culture of African Americans in the Pacific Northwest. Engaging exhibitions, hands-on projects, and docent led tours available.
Seattle
Tour a traditional Chinese garden. The garden features a 5 acre hilltop site featuring a traditional Chinese courtyard, pavilion, rockery and plants. Learn about traditional Chinese culture.
Woodland
The only one remaining of it's type, offering working tours to see the impressive pulley systems and grindstones at work in traditional fashion. Please note weekend opening only.
Walla Walla
Features over 22 hands on and interactive exhibits to challenge and expand little minds, with topics covering arts, education, science, community and communication.
Walla Walla
Offering a selection of clays and bisque wear for the big kids and small to make their personal masterpiece or gift.
Olympia
The Visitor Center includes The Nature Shop, an information desk, a view of the freshwater marsh, and interpretive exhibits. It is open Wednesday through Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, but closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.
Walla Walla
Offers a formal 18 hole golfing experience welcoming families with well behaved, older children who have played before.
Walla Walla
Offers a 7,360 yard fast and firm formal 18 hole course and welcomes families with well behaved, older children who have played before.
Pump It Up
(110 Miles)
Kirkland
Our specially-designed inflatable equipment, clean facility, and commitment to excellent service make us a great choice.
Walla Walla
The inspiring story of a Wild West family, showcased through permanent and temporary exhibits and events with period artefacts and heirlooms adding to the atmosphere.
Walla Walla
Welcomes all ages and abilities so long as they've got a bike and can ride it! They also now offer Strider bikes for 18 months to 5 year olds, who must wear long sleeves, long pants and a helmet to participate.

Top 10 most viewed fun things to do near Yakima with kids

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Northern Pacific Railway Museum

(18 Miles) Transport Attractions in Toppenish

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Yakima Area Arboretum

(2 Miles) National Parks / Natural World in Yakima

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Yakima Ice Arena

(1 Miles) Kids Fun in Yakima

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Canyon Creek Mini Golf

(2 Miles) Kids Fun in Yakima

Fun places to visit in Yakima with kids

Washington is the kind of fun place that both adults and kids will enjoy – your only problem, is going to be finding the time to fit all the great places to visit in! Because many of Washington's must-see attractions offer kid-friendly activities and exhibits, you won't have to miss out on any of the state's diverse culture and history. As you explore the multitude of fun things to do in Washington with kids, you'll definitely create memories that will last and last - and you can watch them back on video for years to come if you’ve got a shocking memory like me!

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There are so many fun places to go with kids in Washington State - great zoos and aquariums, museums, theme parks, water parks and swimming pools, places to visit outdoors (many of which are cheap or free), historical places of interest, activities and indoor play centres for toddlers as well as the usual family tourist attractions - take a look above, lots of the best things to do with children in WA