Seattle Space Needle Tower is surrounded by a large number of science and technology museums. Museums are all renovated because of the buildings left behind after a World Expo. The Children's Museum is not very large. It is integrated with a shopping mall and provides facilities mainly for children's entertainment and education in young age groups.
This is a very friendly Museum for young children, with a large space designed for children aged 0-3. Museums are slightly outdated, and many areas lack toys or buttons (Cog City area, etc.). We've been to other museums, including Salt Lake City, Utah and San Antonio, Texas, and this one is OK. There is no cafe in the museum, but in the armory in the center of Seattle, there is a big food square. If you can get a mark when you go out, you can go in and out freely. There's also a good cart parking area. Overall, it's a great activity, especially in Seattle when it's cold or rainy.
My child and I have been here twice, and he enjoys every moment here. He really wants to come back. The place to play is great, exploring the bay, telling stories, role-playing, fire engine activities, etc. It's worth every penny you pay! Be sure to recommend this to people with children.
Seattle Children's Museum is not far from the Space Needle Tower, which is equivalent to a children's palace. There are not only various kinds of knowledge exhibitions suitable for children, but also many activities that children can participate in. The content is very rich. I envy the children here have such a special museum!
If you have children, you can take them to have a look. There are not many exhibits, but they are full of culture and educational significance.
There are many Theme Museums in Seattle. It's interesting!