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Make a day (or weekend!) of your visit to Spice Bridge with these exciting itineraries to explore Tukwila and the greater Seattle region!

Family fun

  1. Walk a few steps from Spice Bridge to explore the Tukwila Library and surrounding Tukwila Village, which features a grassy area and interesting outdoor art pieces including a giant globe fountain. If you’re visiting on a Wednesday afternoon from mid-June through mid-October, check out our Tukwila Village Farmers Market, where we frequently offer activities for kids.
  2. Learn about aviation and space at the Museum of Flight, where people of all ages can explore aerospace inventions, STEM activities, and new technology.
  3. Embark on your own flight adventure at iFLY Indoor Skydiving, where the vertical wind tunnel will have family members ages 3+ soaring.

Outdoor adventures

  1. Stroll around the beautiful Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden. Its 11 acres include a sensory garden, a Japanese garden, and a rose garden.
  2. Spot wildlife, take a hike, go for a swim, and savor a Spice Bridge picnic on the beach at Saltwater State Park.
  3. Take your pooch for an off-leash romp at Grandview Dog Park, where you can enjoy epic vistas of Mount Rainier on a clear day. Fun fact: This location used to house a Cold War-era missile defense system

Hidden gems

Follow the Seattle Southside Scenes Trail to discover lesser-known destinations including:

  1. Robert Morris Earthwork, where you can wander and snap Instagram-worthy photos of its grassy terraces. Once a gravel pit, it’s now public art.
  2. The big Catch statue, based on sculptor Richard Beyer’s tale of a beautiful maiden who was turned into a fish.
  3. Duwamish Gardens, a culturally significant riverside site that includes a wind chime sculpture representing the racks that Coast Salish People used to dry salmon and game.

Check out Experience Tukwila for trip ideas and inspiration for your visit. See you soon!