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Normandy Park, Washington was incorporated on June 8, 1954. Normandy Park was ranked 26th out of the 522 regions in Washington State that were ranked based in income per capita. Normandy Park had a population of 6,335 according to the census taken in 2010. On the south, Normandy Park is bordered by the city of Des Moines and on the north by Burien Normandy Park is located in King County. There are many different things for visitors and their families to do and see in and around Normandy Park. Visitors and their families might want to attend a concert at Bumbershoot located in nearby Seattle, Washington. This venue offers some well-known talent such as Tony Bennett, Mary J. Blige, Bob Dylan, and Jane’s addiction among others. The annual musical and arts festival is held there every year. This is one of the largest performing arts festivals in North America. There are also films, visual arts events, dance, literature, theater, and comedy. For those visitors and their families who are horse racing enthusiasts, there is always Emerald Downs located in nearby Auburn, Washington. There are different ways to enjoy a day at the horse races. Visitors and their families can bring a blanket along and lay out in the park or they can simply pay their admission and watch the exciting horse races at track level.
For those visitors and their families who have never ridden a monorail, they might want to take a ride on the Seattle Center Monorail, also located in nearby Seattle. Much the same as the Space needle, this monorail is leftover from the 1963 World’s Fair. This monorail rides over the ground and will take visitors on a short ride between two terminals which are the Seattle Center and the Westlake Center downtown. While the ride only last two minutes, it does offer great views on the Capital hill area, downtown Seattle, and Elliott Bay. This monorail was the first full scale commercial monorail in the country. For those visitors who have their children along with them, there is the Family Fun Center, also located in nearby Seattle. This fun center offers children a kid’s town, bumper boats, laser tag, a frog hopper ride, a theater, screaming swings, batting cages, a sling shot ride, a max flight ride, a children’s play land, miniature golf, and go-carts. There is also a restaurant within the facility that offers ice cream sundaes, burgers, wraps, salads, sandwiches, and pizza.