9 interesting things to do indoors on a rainy day in Seattle

Feb 22 2021, 4:47 pm

On average, we see around 150 rainy days in Seattle.

Just because it’s raining, however, doesn’t mean that you should stay inside curled up watching Netflix, although that’s not a bad idea either.

In case you’re sick of sitting on your couch, here are nine indoor activities for you to enjoy in Seattle.

Seattle Aquarium

 

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Visit the fishies and animals at the newly reopened Seattle Aquarium. Tickets are available online and are sold by time slots with limited attendance, to ensure that proper safety and distancing measures can be followed.

Location: 1483 Alaskan Way, Pier 59, Seattle

Paint the Town

 

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Relax by painting pottery at Paint the Town. The location currently has outdoor seating as well as to-go kits that you can take home and make yourself. Pottery to-go kits can be ordered online and picked up in-store.

Location: 4611 Village Court NE, Seattle

Space Needle

 

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Being a Seattleite, you’ve probably been in the Space Needle once or twice. Yes, it’s a little bit of a tourist trap, but after the long 2020 we’ve had, you really deserve a vacation. If you’re feeling fancy, enjoy drinks on the deck at sunset.

Location: 400 Broad Street, Seattle

Dinner in the Great Wheel

Starting at 5 and 6:30 pm, hop into a private gondola with up to three household members and enjoy delicious eats from The Fisherman’s Restaurant and Bar.

Included in the $152.50 dinner is the private gondola ride, four-course meal, a parking voucher for $125 per guest, ride tax, and 20% service charge. Bookings can be made on Resy.

Location: 1301 Alaskan Way, Seattle

Bunny Therapy

Blue Clover Rabbitry is offering bunny therapy. Yes, you read that right. Get a bunny delivered to your front door for an afternoon and then have it picked up at the end of the day.

Location: Your home

Museum of Pop Culture

 

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The MoPOP has finally reopened. Current exhibitions include Body of Work: Tattoo Culture, Minecraft: The Exhibition, Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses, Fantasy: Worlds of Myth and Magic, Pearl Jam: Home and Away, Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction, Scared to Death: The Thrill of Horror Film, Indie Game Revolution, and more.

Location: 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle

Smith Tower

 

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On the 35th floor, enjoy some drinks with your household at the bar. In one spot, you can even see all the way from the Ferris Wheel to the Columbia Tower.

Location: 506 Second Avenue, Seattle

Rage Industry

 

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Open Thursday through Sunday, Rage Industry allows you to smash their inventory with provided baseball bats, sledgehammers, and golf clubs. They invite guests to “break what’s been bothering you (legally).” Reservations required. Ages 16+.

Location: 13333 Lake City Way NE, Seattle

Get a massage

 

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Many of Seattle’s spas have remained open for massages. Check out our list of the best spots in Seattle to get a massage.

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