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Seattle; located on the western coast, is the 4th largest seaport city in the Pacific Northwest of North America. The Emerald City has seen many famous Seattleite figures like Kenny G. and Bill Gates. Here is a list of some free things to do in Seattle you might be searching for while roaming around in the city.

Play Free with Lego bricks!

On every 3rd Sunday of the month, there is a session for free fun and creativity in Seattle Public Library.

Free things to do in Seattle
Free things to do in Seattle

The Library’s Montlake Branch is located on the northwest corner of 24th Avenue East and East McGraw Street, offering the participants to create something amazing from their own imagination.

This is open up to all age groups and the event takes place inside Don G. and Jane Markham Abel Meeting Room, from 1:30 pm-3:30 pm.

Free Entry to Art Museum

At waterfront of The Seattle Art Museum, there is a large green space known as Olympic Sculpture Park.

Free Things to do in Seattle
Free Things to do in Seattle

Allowing a free entry you can roam around the park which is decorated with contemporary works of art by artists such as Alexander Calder, Richard Serra, and Mark di Suvero.

It is set against a magnificent backdrop of Puget Sound and the Cascade Range with a 2,200 ft. the pedestrian path leading to a beach.

Frye Art Museum

Free Things to do in Seattle
Free Things to do in Seattle

Visitors can explore the Frye Art Museum’s rotating selection from the large collection of 19th and 20th century’s American, French, and German sculptures and paintings, including a collection of paintings by Munich-based artists acquired by Charles Frye in the late 19th century.

Admission is always free, as is parking, and complimentary tours are available at 1 p.m. from Tuesday through Sunday and at 11:30 a.m on Saturdays, Sundays, and Tuesdays.

Chateau Ste. Michelle’s wine tour

Free Things to do in Seattle
Free Things to do in Seattle

Fifteen miles (24 kilometers) northeast of Seattle, throughout the tour, you can learn about the Columbia Valley grape-growing region and have the feast of a wine sampling, one of the amazing and free things to do in Seattle

Free Family Program | Free Things to do in Seattle

Free Things to do in Seattle for Families is offered by Elisabeth C. Miller Library at The University of Washington Botanic Gardens.

Free Things to do in Seattle
Free Things to do in Seattle

The event includes stories and activities that celebrate little tykes green thumbs, from harvest-time apples to May flowers specially designed for children aged from three to eight with. This event occurs one Saturday each month September through June.

Free Dance Performances

Free Things to do in Seattle
Free Things to do in Seattle

Celebrations by theater companies across the region can be seen with the local theater scene. During Seattle’s annual Arts Crush, a number of activities like free kids workshops, backstage tours and more than 50 free performances held each October are in the list of free things to do in Seattle.

Ultimate Frisbee- Pick-up games

Free Things to do in Seattle
Free Things to do in Seattle

The Northwest Ultimate Association hosts free pick-up games of Ultimate Frisbee at parks around Seattle. There is a long list of such type of games’ activities happening throughout the year.

Free stuff at Freeway Park

Free Things to do in Seattle
Free Things to do in Seattle

This city park spread over an area of a five-acre (two-hectare) that sits in downtown Seattle over Inter-state 5 has great views of downtown buildings, a walking loop, free music along with free Wi-Fi, and theater performances in the summer.

Free Concert

Free Things to do in Seattle
Free Things to do in Seattle

A lunchtime concert at City Hall can be enjoyed for free every first and third Thursday. From world music to big bands, folk, and jazz, a wide range in the genre including series of performers from Seattle area.

 Free busses

Free Things to do in Seattle
Free Things to do in Seattle

If you have walked enough and feel lethargic it’s time to catch a bus when all downtown buses are free, from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. especially when think enough to wander by foot.

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