Article: Taking the kids: The Space Needle and sci-fi in Seattle

The CNN story is timely and it’s not just about what you can do with kids in Seattle! Story highlights:

  • The first-rate Seattle Aquarium was renovated a year ago
  • View the world from 600 feet up atop the Space Needle
  • Explore the 74-acre Seattle Center urban park

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One response to “Article: Taking the kids: The Space Needle and sci-fi in Seattle”

  1. There are also some very nice libraries to visit. I recommend Suzzallo Library at the University of Washington as a very effective combination of Gothic and postmodern architecture. More information is available at http://www.lib.washington.edu/suzzallo/

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