Kirkland is a convenient base camp for many Northwest adventures.
Exclusive Eastside Experiences
Explore the Craft Beverages of Seattle’s Eastside
Eastside Arts and Culture Itinerary
Redmond ~ 5 miles east / 13 minutes
Redmond is a city of wide, open parks
, meandering trails
, lively outdoor concerts
, and rich local culture
. Its bustling downtown area is home to a large shopping complex, eclectic restaurants
, and a variety of lodging options
for out-of-town visitors. First settled in the 1870s, Redmond has since grown into a teeming city perhaps best recognized as the home of Microsoft and Nintendo of America. These modern, technological powerhouses are juxtaposed with the city’s rich history, tenderly preserved in the form of buildings like the beloved Old Redmond Schoolhouse, and the monumental carvings of Dudley Carter, the city’s late artist-in-residence.
To get a glimpse of what makes Redmond so special, visit their website
. Better yet, visit in person, and Experience Redmond!
Bothell ~ 8 miles north / 12 minutes
Just north of downtown Seattle, the riverside town of Bothell
is a quintessential Northwest getaway, offering a variety of remarkable natural and historic attractions as well as modern culinary and spirit experiences.
Bellevue ~ 7 miles south / 12 minutes
Bellevue, just to the south, offers premier shopping at The Braven
or The Bellevue Collection
, a stunning display of art at the Bellevue Arts Museum
, and the Bellevue Botanical Gardens
Woodinville ~ 8 miles north / 13 minutes
Head to the Woodinville Wine Country
to sample wines from more than 70 local wineries and enjoy the multi-use recreational Burke Gilman Trail
Seattle ~ 12 miles west / 20 minutes
Go west to visit Seattle’s Pike Place Market
, Seattle Art Museum
, the Space Needle
and Museum of Pop Culture
, as well as the Olympic Sculpture Park
. Or, catch a Seattle Mariner's
, or Storm
game in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood.
Additional Points of Interest