Ideal for kids and adults, providing countless hours of exploring.
Looking for things to do in Seattle? Colorful Seattle has you covered.
Explore the Fremont Troll, Coleman Pool, Green Lake Park or the Burke Gilman Trail. Wander through Kubota Garden or Martin Luther King, Jr. Civil Rights Memorial Park. Fly a kite at Gas Works Park or kayak in Lake Union. Discover history at the Duwamish Longhouse and the Museum of Pop Culture. Be amazed by the Seattle Central Library or the super-sized Oxbow Park. Forage for edible delights at the University Farmers Market or Fishermen’s Terminal and so much more.
The Colorful Cities “Explore & Color”® series brings vibrant cities alive through playful illustrations, city maps and location descriptions. Designed for children of all ages, the books’ combination travel guide and coloring book encourages creative exploration of cultures and places. Coloring that’s educational. Other books in the series include: Colorful Tokyo, Colorful Portland, Colorful Chicago, Colorful Boston and Colorful Havana.
From every sale of Colorful Seattle - Explore & Color, a donation is made to the Seattle Park Foundation - as we believe parks build community and strong communities build fabulous cities.
A great Seattle gift idea - exploring from home or on the go!
More than a coloring book, follow Colorful Seattle's map from Pioneer Square to the Space Needle to the Olympic Sculpture Park, with many colorful stops in between. The whimsical illustrations of this Pacific Northwest gem will delight the most adventurous artist. Creative & educational, at home or on the go.
Looking for things to do in Seattle? Colorful Seattle has you covered!
Explore the Fremont Troll, Coleman Pool, Green Lake Park or the Burke Gilman Trail. Wander through Kubota Garden or Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Park. Fly a kite at Gas Works Park or kayak in Lake Union. Be amazed by the Seattle Central Library or the super-sized Oxbow Park.
Travel north to Lake Union where you’ll find the Center for Wooden Boats which offers hands-on experiences through its fleet of historic Pacific Northwest wooden boats.
Paddle across the lake to Gas Works Park which uniquely commemorates the remnants of the old gasification machinery within the 19 acres of green space.
“…The possibilities are endless. Whether the kiddos color first and explore later or do it in reverse, Colorful Seattle gives families a different way to experience the Emerald City. Bye-bye routine blahs!…”
Drop your pencil on the map and explore the nearest location
Color your favorite illustration and find it on the map
Use the map to plan your day, then color the illustrations in the evening
So many fun ways to use Colorful Seattle!