Summer in Seattle just feels right. The mild weather makes it possible to enjoy your time outside, whether it is wandering the city’s parks and attractions or venturing out to the state and national parks within driving distance.
25 Aug, 2021 - 6 Sep, 2021
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A tradition started in 1949, the Evergreen State Fair returns in 2021 in Monroe, WA, a short 40-minute drive from Seattle. This two-week state fair features concerts, roaming entertainers, food, and beer from breweries across Washington State, all in a fun and down-to-earth atmosphere.
Blondie was one of the most groundbreaking acts of the 80s. Despite their DIY Punk rock roots, they were not afraid to incorporate New Wave, Reggae, and rap music into their repertoire. This made them incredibly influential to an entire generation of artists. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006, this is a legendary band everyone needs to see live.
Located just East of Seattle, Tiger Mountain State Forest is 21 sq. miles (55 sq. km) of mountains, forest, hiking trails, and a natural beauty found only in Washington. At the peaks of the various Tiger Mountains, you can see the entirety of Seattle, or catch a full view of Mt. Rainier, due South from the state forest.
Located at King County International Airport, the Museum of Flight boasts a massive collection of airplanes and spacecraft, ranging from recreations of the Wright Brothers gliders and a B-52 Stratofortress, to a duplicate of Sputnik 1 and Apollo landing modules. You can trace the history of airplanes from its infancy to contemporary flight in one location.