HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!
Looking for something special to do with your kids this Father’s Day weekend? We at Divorce Lawyers For Men did a little bit of research and discovered six celebratory activities around the Puget Sound that are perfect for you and your kids this Father’s Day.
This wildlife park offers a naturalist-led tram and walking encounters with moose, bison, grizzly and black bears, cougars, mountain goats, and many other species. Right now, the big crowd draw to NW Trek is the immersive experience with exciting spring wildlife. This one makes a great morning trip, since the animals get a little sluggish in the afternoon heat.
Hours: 9:30 am – 5 pm; Eatonville, WA
2. Museum of Flight – Free for Dads on Father’s Day!
Seattle’s Museum of Flight showcases more than 150 air and spacecraft related artifacts – retired aircraft, jets, rovers and more. The interactive displays are designed for kids ten years and older, and dads accompanied by their children (of any age) receive free general admission.
Hours: 10 am-5 pm; Seattle, WA
If you are a dad who loves anything and everything about aviation, but you would rather stay in Thurston County, check out the Olympic Airshow! From World War II planes to modern-day aircrafts, you can expect spectacular aerobatic demonstrations that are sure to be a thrilling sight. On top of that, there will be some incredible historical displays, too. Tickets are $15 when ordered online and $20 at the door.
Gates open at 9:00 a.m.; Tumwater, WA
For all you classic car loving dads, Issaquah’s annual Fenders On Front Street Car Show is happening again this Father’s Day! Thousands of visitors flock to downtown Issaquah to view hundreds of vintage and classic cars. This automotive spectacular is free, and it’s just a 20 minute drive to the incredible views at Snoqualmie Falls. Why not make an afternoon of it?
Hours: 8 am-3 pm; Issaquah, WA
What better way to celebrate Father’s Day than baseball with the kids? The Mariners are home this weekend to play the Angels, and it’s not too late to grab tickets for Sunday’s Father’s Day game at T-Mobile Park. They are also honoring Juneteenth, so the first 10,000 dads get a free Seattle Steelheads hat.
Game starts at 1:10 pm; T-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA
On Father’s Day, Summer will be just around the corner, so planning an easy hike to an incredible site–like the impressive Big Four Ice Caves–might be just the thing for you and your kids. With a projected temperature of nearly 70 degrees, this Sunday’s hiking conditions will be cool and ideal.
Happy Father’s Day From All of Us Here at Divorce Lawyer’s For Men!