5 Things To Do This April in Seattle

Spring is in the air and the flowers are starting to bloom. The city is buzzing and there are plenty of activities to entertain. Here is our list of 5 things to do in Seattle this April.

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival: April 1st - 30th

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is the largest tulip festival in the United States by acreage of tulips, number of farms, and days of blooms. The festival features four farms: RoozenGaarde, Tulip Town, Tulip Valley Farms, and Garden Rosalyn. They showcase a variety of tulips in beautiful cascading rows of color. Also on display are daffodils and other spring blooms. Be sure to check out their website for events, maps, and more!

Photo via: Mount Vernon Chamber

Spring Egg Hunt: April 1 - 8th


Join your local community center for the Spring Egg Hunt. Bring your family and friends and have fun searching for hidden goodies. The event dates, times, and age group varies depending on your location. For example, Ballard Community Center is hosting their Spring Egg Hunt Saturday, April 8th at 10 AM for children ages 3-10.

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PacSci Happy Hour: April 19th (5:30 PM - 8:30 PM)


The Pacific Science Center is hosting an adult night, PacSci Happy Hour! Get ready to have a good time watching shows in the laser dome and planetarium. Hang out with smart people and grow your brain. There’s also a tropical butterfly house to enjoy. Cocktails, wine, beer, and food will be provided by Navi Catering. Food and drinks are not included in the ticket price. Advance General Admission tickets start at $20.

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Earth Day Run: April 22nd (10 AM)


Calling all tree huggers! Get ready to run for a cause at the Earth Day Run at Magnuson Park. Each finisher is given a native sapling tree and will have a tree planted in their name. The event is also collecting used running shoes for donation to the MORE Foundation Group. There will be a Magnuson Park gardener at this event to answer any questions one may have about native plants and trees to the PNW. Go green and plant a tree for Earth Day!

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Spring Vino in the Village: April 29th (6 PM - 9 PM)


Spring Vino in the Village is a wine walk in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle. There will be 15 wineries pouring their samples inside various Magnolia businesses. This is your chance to join in with the locals and purchase wine tax-free! Check out the Discover Magnolia website for further information and tickets.

Photo via: Seattle Uncorked