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Amusement Parks in Seattle | Seattle Amusement Parks

Seattle, the Emerald City in Washington houses one of the best amusement parks of the state which can pump your adrenaline and can entertain you with the perfect blend of adventure. From carnival rid (Read More)es to giant wheels and roller coasters, amusement parks in Seattle are must visit for a frolic enjoyment. Here are the 7 best amusement parks in Seattle that should be visited if you are around the city.

Here is the list of 7 Amusement Parks in Seattle

1. The Seattle Great Wheel, Seattle

The Seattle Great Wheel, Seattle

Tallest Ferris wheel in Seattle, The Seattle Great Wheel is a popular landmark in the city located on the west coast. The giant Ferris wheel is 175 feet high and offers 42 well designed gondolas including some posh interior VIP gondolas. Appropriate for all ages, The Seattle Great Wheel is a must try ride in the city for a panoramic view of the Seattle skyline. Fine dining restaurants and great wheel light shows add up the cheer to the place attracting more audience.

Timings : 12:00 PM – 08:00 PM

Ticket Price : USD 14 (Adults)
USD 12 (Senior Citizens)
USD 9 (Kids)

Address : 1301 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101, United States

2. Family Fun Center, Seattle

Family Fun Center, Seattle

Family fun centre is located in Tukwila and serves the crowd a platter full of fun, amusement, activities and enjoyment with some amazing outdoor and indoor rides ideal for all age groups. Laser Tag, miniature golf, VR challenge, bumper cars among many other rides attract visitors to this amusement park. GoKart is one of the most popular rides in the park followed by the thrilling Screamin’ Swing. Kidopolis Playland and Arcade game arena are indoor gaming spots in the park ideal for children along with bowling lanes for enhanced fun. The family Fun centre houses many eateries as well to satisfy your hunger pangs on an adventurous day out session in the park.

Timings : 12:00 PM – 08:00 PM (Wednesday & Thursday)
12:00 PM – 09:00 PM (Friday)
11:00 AM – 09:00 PM (Saturday & Sunday)
Monday & Tuesday Closed

Ticket Price : USD 29.99 per person

Rides/ Attractions : Traffic School, Miniature golf, Go Karts, Bumper Boats, XD Theatre, Bumper Cars, Frog Hopper

Distance from Seattle : 12.6 miles

Address : 7300 Fun Center Way, Tukwila, WA 98188, United States

3. Wild Waves Theme Park, Seattle

Wild Waves Theme Park, Seattle

Nestled in Federal Way, Washington, Wild Waves Theme Park is the oldest and one of the major amusement parks in Seattle. The amusement park and water park was opened in 1977 serving Seattle’s population with a thrilling and fun experience. Rides and attractions in the park are divided into 5 major sections, roller coasters, water rides, thrill rides, family rides and kiddie rides. Equipped with 32 different rides, Wild Waves theme park is most popular for its roller coaster rides and water rides including Timberhawk - Ride of Prey, The Wild Thing, wave pool, Riptide, Timber Axe, Lumberjack falls, etc. Apart from some amazing rides, Wild Waves Theme Park also celebrates annual festivals, Fright Fest Halloween celebration and Holiday with lights alluring the place with more fun and excitement.

Timings : 11:00 AM to 06:00 PM

Entry Fee : USD 34.99 (Adult)
USD 24.99 (Children)

Rides/ Attractions : Kiddie coaster, Zooma falls, Riptide, Timber Axe, Pirate Ship, Ferris Wheel, Safari Jeeps, Shark Frenzy, The paratrooper

Services : First Aid, Tube Rentals, Locker, Rental cabana, ATM etc.

Parking rates : USD 15 (Car, Truck, Motorcycle)
USD 25 (Bus, Oversized vehicle, VIP Parking)

Address : 36201 Enchanted Pkwy S, Federal Way, WA 98003, United States

4. Great Wolf Lodge, Seattle

Great Wolf Lodge, Seattle

Under the chain of the Great Wolf Resorts located on the Grand Mount is The Great Wolf Lodge which was started in 2008 with variety of amusement activities. Attractions like body slides, tube slides, kiddie slides, lazy river, funnel ride, whirlpool spas etc. are featured in the amusement mark making it perfect for all age groups. Fun rides, arcade, spa, fitness centre and food court enhances the enjoyment in the park, The prime ride Howlin’ Tornado in Great Wolf Lodge gives a jaw dropping experience along with the interactive water fort tree house, pools and slides.

Timings : 10:00 AM to 08:00 PM (Monday to Friday)
09:00 AM to 08:00 PM (Saturday & Sunday)

Entry Fee : USD 50 per person

Rides/ Attractions : Body slides, tube slides, kiddie slides, lazy river, funnel ride, whirlpool spas etc.

Distance from Seattle : 78.4 miles

Address : 20500 Old Hwy 99 SW, Centralia, WA 98531, United States

5. Wings over Washington, Seattle

Wings over Washington, Seattle

Wings over Washington is located in Pier 57 near to The Seattle Ferris Wheel and is the only fluting theatre in the city with educational and advanced state of the art. The flying theatre takes the visitors to an aerial adventure giving the scenic views of the American state. With advanced equipped Mushroom VR, art laser projection and bass sounds, wings over Washington is a once in a lifetime experience as it provides a stunning film with a pretty view of the state.

Timings : 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Entry Fee : USD 17 (Adults)
USD 13 (Children)
USD 15 (Seniors)

Address : 1301 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101, United States

6. WhirlyBall, Seattle

WhirlyBall, Seattle

WhirlyBall, a team sport and group activity Adventure Park is “the world’s only mechanised team sport” located in the Edmonds city of Washington near Seattle. Ideal for visitors of age group from 8 to 80, WhirlyBall features basketball, jai-alai, and hockey courts played while riding electrically powered bumper cars. The virtual reality gaming arena of the adventure park offers various fun games like beat saber, space pirate, gunheart, google earth VR etc. Events can be planned in groups and teams accompanied by food court serving some delicacies.

Timings : 10:00 AM to 12:00 AM (Monday to Saturday)
12:00 PM to 12:00 AM (Sunday)

Entry Fee : USD 15 per hour per person

Rides/ Attractions : Whirly Bug, Virtual reality arcade, food court, etc.

Address : 23401 Hwy 99, Edmonds, WA 98026, United States

7. Oaks Amusement Park, Seattle

Oaks Amusement Park, Seattle

One of the oldest amusement parks around Seattle, Oaks Amusement Park was opened in 1905 on 44 acres featuring midway games, skating rink, picnic grounds, carousel, and Ferris wheel. Among various amusement divisions, rides, skating rink, miniature golf arena are few popular spots in the Oaks Amusement Park. The rides section of the park featuring kiddie rides, thrill rides, family rides, and height rides include adrenaline peak, big pink slide, carousel, Ferris wheel, Go-Karts, Frog Hopper, Rock O Plane, Scrambler etc. Apart from the amusement rides, Oaks Amusement park also features a miniature golf court and skating rink for some added sports fun.

Timings : 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Entry Fee : USD 10 to USD 100 (Varies as per the activities)

Rides/ Attractions : Roller skating rink, rides, miniature golf, games, Adrenaline Park, big pink slide, carousel, Ferris wheel, GoKart

Address : 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, OR 97202, United States

Feel the adrenaline rush and amuse yourself with best amusement parks in Seattle!! In case we have missed any, do let us know in the comments section below.

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