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Things to Do in Redmond

Discover Famous Attractions, Landmarks, and More

As comfortable and hospitable as you’ll find the Redmond Inn to be, there may come a time during your stay when you need to get up and enjoy the surroundings. Just moments away, you’ll find a diverse range of things to do in Redmond, WA, from famous attractions and landmarks to shopping destinations, outdoor recreation, wineries, golf and more. 

To enjoy the many sightseeing and recreation opportunities in the area, step outside for a peaceful walk or jog along the Sammamish River Trail, northwest around Lake Washington to connect with the Burke-Gilman Trail into Seattle. Or you can travel southeast on the East Lake Sammamish Trail along the banks of Lake Sammamish to Issaquah.

For the adventurous golfer, world-class courses surround us throughout Redmond and Seattle’s eastside. Redmond Inn is just a couple of miles from Lake Sammamish and Lake Washington, where you can experience paddling, rent a motorboat or take a lake cruise. In the winter, drive one half hour east to Snoqualmie Pass to take part in Seattle’s famed skiing tradition. Don’t miss the breathtaking views of Snoqualmie Falls along the way.

You’ll find unique shopping and dining within walking distance at award-winning Redmond Town Center or you can explore more variety at the new Whole Foods Market Plaza next door. Many of Washington’s celebrated wineries are just a short drive from the Redmond Inn, making them a great day trip destination.

Shopping & Dining

Redmond Town Center - one-half mile
Explore this open-air shopping center. It offers a wide variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options.

Bellevue Square - six miles
Browse this collection of 200 shops and restaurants, which include major stores and intimate boutiques.

Downtown Seattle/Pike Place Market - 15 miles
Wander through this public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle.

World Class Golf

  • Willows Run Golf Club - three miles
  • Bellevue Municipal Golf - four miles
  • Sahalee Golf Course - six miles
  • Golf Club at Redmond Ridge - six miles
  • Golf Club at Newcastle - 15 miles
  • TPC at Snoqualmie Ridge - 20 miles
  • Plateau Golf Club - 8 miles

Woodinville Wineries

Just six miles from the Redmond Inn is the heart of the Woodinville wineries. It’s home to more than 45 wineries with friendly tasting rooms that include Château St. Michelle and Columbia Winery as well as many small boutique wineries.

Recreation and Fun

Marymoor Park - one block
Enjoy this 640-acre park complete with soccer and baseball fields, a cycling velodrome, a rock climbing wall, a dog park, picnic areas, extensive paved trails and a radio-controlled airplane field. It’s also home to the Concerts at Marymoor summer concert series.

  • Lake Sammamish
  • Lake Washington
  • Snoqualmie Pass
  • Snoqualmie Falls
  • Sammamish River Trail
  • Burke-Gilman Trail
  • East Lake Sammamish Trail

Cultural & Sports

Second Story Repertory Theater - one-half mile
This theatrical ensemble offers a year-round season of musicals, comedies, revues and dramas. Additionally, its popular Sprouts Children's Theatre series presents original musicals for ages 4 and up.

Bellevue Arts Museum - six miles
Bellevue Arts Museum is the Pacific Northwest's center for the exploration of arts, craft and design through exhibition, educational programs and partnerships. It emphasizes the work of regional artists.

Safeco Field - 17 miles
Explore the home of the Seattle Mariners.

Century Link Field - 17 miles
Visit the home of the Seattle Seahawks.