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Are you looking for a place to stay where you can have all fun? With beautiful attractions, exciting outdoor activities, nice parks and many more. This is the place to be, Bellevue was recently named one of the “Top 100 Best Places to Live” in the United States by Livability.com, a national website that ranks quality of life amenities of America’s small and mid-sized cities. The city is surrounded by impressive natural beauty and outdoor spaces. This city provides extreme in shopping, dining and cultural attractions. Bellevue is the gateway to the entire Puget Sound region. Within minutes you can explore Seattle's culture and history, visit Kirkland's waterfront parks and galleries, or tour Woodinville's Wine Country, home to over 100 tasting rooms and some of the world's best wines. You can even quench your taste for adventure with a day-trip to nearby mountains for hiking, biking, or skiing.
According to Livability, which conducted a survey throughout the cities in U.s with population between 25,00 to 350,000 asked about which is the better city or place to live considering the economics, housing, amenities, infrastructure, demographic, social and civic capital, education and healthcare. Bellevue’s highest score, 86 out of a possible 100, in the amenities category, which includes cultural, entertainment, and recreational offerings as well as access to parks and nature. Bellevue is home to over 2,500 acres of parks and open space, countless events such as the annual Bellevue Arts Fair, and more than 120 works of public art, so it should come as no surprise that our fair city stood out in this category. Bellevue also placed high in the education (78 points) and demographics (77 points) categories due to the city’s nationally recognized schools and notable ethnic diversity.
Wintergrass Festival - one of the biggest and best bluegrass festivals in the country, attracting not just fans but also musicians and artists - from regional and national favorites to international acts.
Bellevue Jazz Festival - to renowned national artists, will be performing at more than 40 free and ticketed shows. performances ranging from concerts at the Theatre at Meydenbauer Center to table-side sets in downtown bars.
Eastside Heritage Center's Strawberry Festival - in this summer event old Bellevue tradition dating back to when strawberry farming was one of the region's most famous activities. The festival features live entertainment, food, fresh strawberry shortcake, craft and merchandise vendors, historical and agricultural exhibits, and family fun with games, clowns, and face painting.
Family 4th of July Celebration
- nation's birthday with friends and neighbors at the Bellevue Family 4th of July Celebration in Bellevue Downtown Park.
Bellevue's Four on the 4th Dog Jog & Walk - the Four on the 4th is a 4k jog and walk for dog lovers and their furry friends.
Bellevue Arts Fair - one of the largest and most prestigious arts festivals in the Pacific Northwes and this is three fairs in one - the Bellevue Arts Museum ARTSFair, 6th Street Fair and Bellevue Festival of the Arts.
Old Bellevue's Taste of Main - sample fine cuisine, dessert, and wine during this one day event that takes place every summer on Bellevue's celebrated historic Main Street.
Fashion Week at the Bellevue Collection
Cultural Crossroads Festival - this is 3 days celebration featuring performances from over 35 ethnic music and dance groups, an international bazaar filled with handmade crafts and world cuisines, family and friends will be sure to find event very entertaining and fun.
Bellevue Magic Season - holiday tradition produced by the Bellevue Downtown Association, Bellevue Magic Season returns each year with six festive weeks of holiday events. Activities include the Magic Season Ice Arena, holiday performances at the Theatre at Meydenbauer, KidsQuest's Gingerbread Lane, and Garden D'lights at the Bellevue Botanical Garden.
Snowflake Lane and Celebration Lane - magical evening performances for
the entire family. Snowflake Lane is a a holiday spectacle of live toy soldier drummers, exhilarating
music, animated snow characters, glittering lights all surrounded by snow falling every night (beginning the Friday ).
THINGS TO DO:
- PLAY A GAME ON THE JUMBO CHESS BOARD AT CROSSROADS
- GAME IN THE TOURNAMENT ROOM AT MOX BOARDING HOUSE
- PLAY GAMES AT ONE OF UNCLE’S GAMES BOARD GAME NIGHTS
- PLAY AT CROSSROADS SPRAY PARK
- PLAY SHUFFLEBOARD AT TAVERN HALL
- CAMPING AT VASA PARK RESORT
- DISCOVERY BACKPACK PROGRAM EXPERIENCE FARM LIFE AT KELSEY CREEK FARM
- STROLL THRU BELLEVUE BOTANICAL GARDEN
- SOAR THROUGH THE FOREST ON THE ZIP TO
- BOATING AND CRUISING
- KAYAKING AND SUP
- WHALE WATCHING
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