August is here and so are new adventures in Seattle! This month we have a great selection of adventure-themed suggestions in our new summer adventure guide! Explore Washington's biggest city with these fresh new opportunities!
1. I Love the 1890s
Seattle is full of history and museums, but the most unique educational attraction in the city could quite possibly be Beneath the Streets. Explore the underground passageways below Seattle's most famous neighborhood—Pioneer Square. For one hour you can walk back in time and walk in the footsteps of Seattleites from over a century ago. Click here get two admission tickets for the price of one!
2. Do Yoga On Water
There's so much to do in Seattle, but if you find yourself overwhelmed by all the people, or it's just too hot, head over to SUP Yoga Seattle for a class or two. SUP stands for Stand-Up Paddleboard, which means you're going to be doing yoga literally on the water. Don't forget your sunscreen and remember to click here to save $5 on a single yoga class. Prefer to paddleboard in a drysuit, but it needs a little protection or repair before you set out on the water? Rainy Pass Repair does repair, waterproofing, and laundry services for all your outdoor gear. Click here to save $10!
3. Bring Your Kids
If you've got your kids along for the ride, Seattle has tons of family friendly options that will keep the fun going no matter the hour! Head over to the Seattle Children's Museum for a day of interactive exhibits and learning—and air conditioning. Click here to get one free admission when you buy another of equal value. When you're all tuckered out after a long day, stop by Blue Highway Games to pick up a board game or puzzle for some late night fun back at the hotel. Click here to save $5 on your next purchase!
4. Hit the Lake Schooner than Later
Ahoy! Summer wouldn't be complete without time near a body of water, and the great thing about Seattle that you're never too far from one. Join Lake Union Charter & Adventures for an evening sail around Lake Union and watch the sun set behind Queen Anne, the Aurora Bridge, or Gasworks Park. Or step aboard a sailboat during the daytime with the Seattle skyline as your backdrop. Lake Union offers a kaleidoscope of ever-changing Seattle landscapes. Plan your adventure around the lunar cycle and you could see a full moon rising behind St. Mark’s cathedral. Click here to save $65 on a sail for two on a 92-year-old wooden schooner!
Summer is the perfect time to visit Seattle and with these adventure opportunities, we're sure you'll make the most out of your trip.