Explore Seattle’s backyard as many hotels, restaurants, and attractions have now reopened with new safety protocols and social distancing guidelines in place to help keep both visitors and staff safe.

Some of the Seattle Southside attractions that have reopened and are ready to serve include:

  • Des Moines Farmers Market (Des Moines). Stop by any Saturday between now and September from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to shop safe and local. The farmers market requests visitors to follow directional signs posted at entrances, exits, and throughout the market, maintain physical distancing of six feet from other shoppers and vendors, wear a required face covering and use handwashing/sanitizing stations often while shopping.
  • Family Fun Center (Tukwila). Limited attractions are open daily from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Currently, the open attractions include go-karts, bumper boats, miniature golf, traffic school, batting cages, bumper cars, and XD theater. There are some menu options available for purchase at the snack bar with social distancing practices in place for seating. Face masks are required for those ages five and older in all public indoor spaces (face masks are available upon request, while supplies last).
  • iFLY (Tukwila) – iFLY is bringing back the flying experience for guests to enjoy. Notable changes include additional prompts to complete the waivers online prior to a visit and touchless temperature screenings for all entering the building along with contact-free check-in. All equipment including helmets, head socks, and goggles are sanitized twice once after each use, and once again before being issued to flyers. Flight suits are washed after each use and placed in protective plastic wrapping.

Looking for more fun? Click here to view a full list of Seattle Southside hotels, restaurants, and attractions that have reopened.