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6 Great Places To Take Kids In Washington State

From outdoor activities and museums to mouth-watering eats, the Evergreen State is home to a multitude of family-friendly destinations. The region provides ample activities for both the sporting adventurer and the young history buff. Here, in no particular order, are some enjoyable locations in Washington for children both big and small.

Coming in at #4 is Bellingham. The city boasts natural landmarks, architecture, outdoor adventure, and stunning scenery. Visitors may attend local events, explore hiking or biking trails, enjoy water adventures, or tour one of Bellingham's museums. Restaurants, such as The Loft at Latitude 48.5 and the Chuckanut Brewery and Kitchen, offer farm-to-table fare.

The Whatcom Museum, located in Downtown Bellingham's cultural district, hosts a variety of programs and exhibitions about art, nature, and Northwest history. For a unique nautical experience, Gato Verde offers people of all ages and abilities customized boat tours, overnight whale watching, sailing instruction, and skippered sailing charters.

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