Regal Crossroads Stadium 8 1200 156th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98007 Regal Crossroads has eight screens and onsite Fandango movie-ticket pickup windows. Located in the Crossroads shopping…More center, the theatre has ample parking, and shows first-run films. Tickets for upcoming features can be purchased in advance.
Mallet Marilyn 1200 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA98004 Marilyn Mallet is an art dealer based in Bellevue. Mallet deals in contemporary art, including paitings, fabric art,…More ceramics and mixed media.
Retail Entertainment Design 14205 SE 36th St, Bellevue, WA98006 Retail Entertainment Design is located in Bellevue and specializes in entertainment marketing. Previous clients include…More InMotion Entertainment, Hot Topic and Virgin Mobile. Services include on-site media, music licensing and marketing for an array on industries. You may see its website for a complete listing of services, along with a sample of previous work.
Hallway Gallery 800 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA98004 The Hallway Gallery shows and sells works by painters and sculptors from around the region and the world. The Gallery is…More owned by husband and wife Amy Spassov and Erik Hall; both are artists whose work is on display in the space. All art in the bright, airy gallery is for sale, and there is no cost to view the work.
AMF Sun Villa Lanes 3080 148th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA98007 Bowling is back -- in a big way. Sun Villa offers 32 fabulous lanes for families and professionals alike. The…More facility also has an arcade, a full-service snack counter, and a bar that offers beer, wine and liquor for adults.
Arterra 1750 124th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98005 Arterra is an art gallery just minutes away from downtown Bellevue. Call for more information on visitor information.
Hidden Path Entertainment 11400 SE 8th St, Bellevue, WA98004 Hidden Path Entertainment is an independent video-game design company in the Bellvue area. Hidden Path Entertainment has…More been responsible for highly acclaimed downloadable games.
This orchestra produces 20 concerts each year at a number of locations. Once a volunteer community orchestra, it is…More now a professional orchestra that works with 60 musicians regularly. The orchestra plays at Bellevue's Downtown Family Celebration and holds many of its concerts at Meydenbauer Center or Westminster Chapel.</p>
<p>The orchestra also performs outreach to local students and brings in many notable and national guests musicians and singers.</p>
Bellevue Youth Theatre 16661 Northup Way, Bellevue, WA98008 Bellevue Youth Theatre gives 10 annual performances at the Youth Theatre and at Meydenbauer Theatre in downtown…More Bellevue. Until the new location, being built at the Crossroads Community Center, is completed, the current location is on a peaceful wooded lot on Northup Way. Bellevue Youth Theatre also offers children's acting camps and classes.
Brian Schmidt Studios LLC 4735 134th Pl SE, Bellevue, WA98006 Brian Schmidt composes music for video games and is an audio design consulting professional based in Bellevue. He has…More composed music for more than 120 arcade and console games, including John Madden Football, Jurassic Park and Desert Strike.
Chuck E. Cheese's 2239 148th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98007 Chuck E. Cheese's Bellevue location has all the games, rides and entertainment the family entertainment icon is known…More for. Plenty of booths are located throughout the dining and games areas, allowing for parents to sit and relax near their children. Birthday party rates start at $12.99 per child.
Pacific Northwest School of Music 12700 SE 32nd St, Bellevue, WA98005 Pacific Northwest School of Music teaches the Suzuki method and provides both private and group lessons. In 1964,…More Shinichi Suzuki sent the first Suzuki music instructor to the United States, Mihoko Hirata. Hirata began her work at Holy Names Academy, helping two Catholic nuns develop the Suzuki method music program. In 1970, she started the first Suzuki school in the Pacific Northwest, the school which was the foundation for the Pacific Northwest School of Music.
Japanese Art Swords 1776 136th Pl NE, Bellevue, WA98005 Japanese Art Swords features the area's most impressive gallery of Japanese Swords. Japanese Art Swords works with…More several other art galleries in the area including Bellevue Art Museum and Washington State University. Japanese Art Swords also provides polishing and restoration services for swords and can have a sword certified by NBTHK or Fujishiro in Japan. With over 50 combined years of experience, Tatsuhiko Konno and Stephen Colton are Japanese Sword experts and Mr. Konno is a certified polisher. Sword appraisal is also available.
KidsQuest Children's Museum 4091 Factoria Square Mall SE, Bellevue, WA98006 The KidsQuest Children's Museum is not only a fun place to bring your kids for a birthday party or just a fun afternoon,…More it is a learning experience, too. Since December 2005, the venue has attracted all kinds of different families with its wide array of exhibits and play areas for kids. KidsQuest Children's Museum annually changes its offerings. It also has private parties and a few different membership options for discount ticketing.
The Meydenbauer Center, located in downtown Bellevue across the street from City Hall, can host theater events, large…More conventions or corporate meetings. The convention center has 54,000 square feet of convention meeting space, including a lobby, exhibition rooms with room for thousands of people, a theater space with a stage, ticketing area and 410 seats. Services at the conference center include packages that include event planning, technical and audio-visual assistance and catering. Parking is available in an underground garage, and the venue is walking distance to the Bellevue transit center. The theater has been host to jazz music, ballet, drama, the Bellevue Philharmonic, and other types of shows and concerts.</p>
Eastside Heritage Center 11660 Main St, Bellevue, WA98005 Much of the history of the Eastside is housed here in the Eastside Heritage Center. Since the early days of Bellevue's…More rolling strawberry fields to the bustling downtown it is today, from the time when Redmond was a haven for horses, before Microsoft put it on the map, the records of growth have been carefully collected by Eastsiders. Pictures, artifacts and oral histories are kept in the Center, which is itself a historic Bellevue house. The Strawberry Festival held every year at Crossroads Park, is the major annual event. The Eastside Heritage Center welcomes donations of materials from citizens.
Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra 400 108th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 The nonprofit Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra provides a music experience for children from elementary school through…More early college. Students come from more than 20 cities, towns and suburbs in King, Snohomish and Pierce counties. Auditions are required for every student for each season. There are a variety of levels and options for budding musicians, from the Cadet Strings for beginners up to the Youth Symphony for the most experienced young musicians. Students perform an average of five concerts per season at a variety of venues. It has been a haven for young Eastside musicians since 1964.
2 AM 14603 NE 20th St, Bellevue, WA98007 2 AM is a new Bellevue bar that offers private karaoke rooms in addition to an all-you-can eat sushi special for $13.99…More that's served from 4 to 9pm. Happy hour runs Sunday through Thursday from 4pm to 8pm and features discounted karaoke room rates starting at $20. A full bar and beer specials are also available.
Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art 1116 108th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 The Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art offers a unique collection of dolls from the past and present and from cultures…More around the world. Located in downtown Bellevue, the museum is open to the public and private groups seven days a week, and has on display dolls from hundreds of years ago on up to modern creations like G.I. Joe.
The AMC Loews Factoria 8 cinema is located on Factoria Boulveard SE right next to the business park that it shares a…More parking lot with. Unlike its neighbor, the cinema is rather out-of-date, with its interior/exterior stuck back in the 1980s. Other negatives are limited parking across scattered lots, relatively small auditoriums and the fact that you won't find any midnight showings here of the most anticipated new releases.</p>
<p>What you will find however, is a large concession stand, stadium seating (for the most part) and moderate to large-size projector screens with Dolby sound. The cinema has a nice large sign board along the outside walkway leading up to the ticket office where it lists the films currently being shown, their times and even upcoming films that will be playing at the cinema shortly.</p>
Sky High Sports 1445 120th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98005 Sky High Sports is a unique opportunity for youth to engage in a physically demanding activity that is still centered…More around the basic childhood past time of jumping on a trampoline. Sky High Sports features a trampoline room unlike any other in the area. With a trampoline floor and trampoline walls, kids are able to bounce across the room on a completely safe and secured network of trampoline surfaces. Great for private parties, Sky High Sports has certified professionals on site at all times to supervise all activity in the play area. In addition, Sky High Sports has a video game arcade where kids can take a break from jumping without even leaving the facility.
Lucky Strike Lanes 700 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA98004 Located in Lincoln Square, Lucky Strikes is so much more than bowling. This upscale entertainment center boasts a full…More arcade, 16 bowling lanes (with lane-side refreshments), 2 pool tables, a full-bar and chic dining lounge. After 8, this high-powered adult playground goes 21+, so find a sitter and leave the kids at home. Bring a group and rest assured that there will be something for everyone.
The Parlor Billiards & Spirits is a 20,000 square foot entertainment venue featuring 19 pool tables, two VIP…More private booths, a comedy lounge, dance floor and live music. This is an upscale club in the heart of downtown Bellevue, residing on the third floor of Lincoln Square. There is a dress code, requiring evening attire and no longer a cover charge (used to have a $10 cover).</p>
<p>The Parlor can also be reserved for private parties with up to 800 guests. Its comedy events are almost weekly, so check its Web site for headliners and tickets which can be purchased within the club or online.</p>
DJ Thump Entertainment 15413 SE 9th St, Bellevue, WA98007 DJ Thump Entertainment provides mobile DJ and event services to clients in and up to 500 miles outside of Bellevue.…More Events performed include weddings and receptions, school events, birthday parties, corporate events and after-parties. It participates in the School Dance Network, a national DJ group which maintains safe lyric policies. Prospective clients can check booking availability for a specific date through the website, and secure payments for deposits, partial payments and balances can also be made on the website.
The Spot Off Main Neighborhood Bar & Billiards 20 103rd Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 Located on 103rd Avenue, behind 7-Eleven, The Spot Off Main Neighborhood Bar & Billiards is a casual neighborhood…More bar with a relaxed, fun atmosphere. The Spot Off Main features three large-screen televisions for watching sporting events, as well as three pool tables, electronic darts, arcade games, a food menu and a full bar. In addition, it offers daily happy hour specials, beer pong tournaments, karaoke and private party space.
For kids from infancy to 5 years and beyond, Gymboree offers a place to develop skills and interests from music to…More sports to art. There are classes that teach social interaction through play for specific age groups, as well as family class time.</p>
<p>The Bellevue Square location offers memberships that include parenting information, free classes and free open gym time. Gymboree can also host a birthday or party for any occasion.</p>