Here comes the sun (doo doo doo doo)! Spring has nearly sprung, and fortunately for us, many of our favorite attractions are reopening after closures related to the pandemic. If you're wondering what's currently open in Seattle this Spring, we’ve got a great selection of things to do in Seattle right now! From bouncing on trampolines and slacklines, to frolicking in botanical gardens, we’ve got the scoop on all the local happenings. If you are looking for spring break planning, check out our handy spring break guide.

Top Spring Break Activities in Seattle Southside

The Museum of Flight 

WWII Bomber in sunlit hangarYou won’t want to miss this one. The Museum of Flight is reopen to the public! With new social distancing guidelines in place and plenty of space to roam and open air exhibits, you can feel confident that your family will have a safe, fun-filled day at the Museum. Don’t wait! Get your tickets now.

DEFY Seattle Has Officially Reopened!

Flying Circus kidWe're very excited about this one (and your kids will be too)! After nearly a yearlong closure due to the pandemic, DEFY Seattle has reopened with new social distancing guidelines and mask mandates in place. Finally, get your kids out of the house and let them bounce around the massive warehouse of trampolines, slacklines, obstacle courses and foam pits! 

Family Fun Center

Family Fun Center Miniature Golf Course

Take the family for a day of adventures at Family Fun Center! Kids will have a blast at outdoor attractions like minigolf, batting cages, bumper boats, go-karts, and more! Plus, indoor attractions like laser tag, bowling, and arcade gaming are now open as well!

Highline SeaTac Botanical Gardens

Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden, SeaTac

Spring is the time to visit the beautiful Highline SeaTac Botanical Gardens. As always, admission is FREE, and the colorful garden is in full bloom. In the spring, don’t miss Elda Behm’s Paradise Garden for a look at a wide variety of exotic, tropical flowers. After that, walk down the hill to the beautiful and traditional Seike Japanese Garden.

Seattle Seawolves

Seawolves rugby player catching ball

The rugby craze is back in Seattle Southside! After a disappointing cancellation to the 2020 season, the back-to-back Major League Rugby Champion Seattle Seawolves are returning Starfire Stadium for the 2021 season. Prior to the pandemic, the Seawolves sold out every single home game in the season. This year, the Seawolves are planning on welcoming back fans to Starfire Stadium but that is still to be determined...rugby fans, stay tuned for more details...