330 5th Avenue SW , Olympia 98501

The fountains are the main attraction here, open to the public to splash and play. Known casually as "Olympia's swimming pool", the Heritage Park Fountains are free entertainment on hot summer days. The park is in the heart of downtown Olympia across from the Oyster House. It is wedged between Percival Landing and Capitol Lake Park, so there is no shortage of things to do...Read More »

700 N Capitol Way, Olympia 98501

Quality Fresh Organic Produce * Washington grown fresh fruits * Meats * Fresh Fish * Clams & Oysters * Herbs * Dried & Fresh Cut Flowers * Healthy Breads * Desserts * Eggs * Cheeses * Jams & Jellies * Great Food * Quality locally grown plants & flowers * Lots of Fun * Arts and crafts from local Artisans * Live Entertainment
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414 Jefferson Street NE, Olympia 98501

The new museum has 28,000 square feet of indoor space and was built in November 2012. Its eight themed galleries create a sense of wonder and delight children who learn about science, technology, engineering, art and math through 150+ hands-on exhibits. The museum also has a half-acre Outdoor Discovery Center, one of the nation’s pilot sites for the Going Wild Program, where...Read More »

103 Sid Snyder Avenue SW, Olympia 98501

Stop by the Olympia - Lacey - Tumwater Visitor Information Center.  The center staff is available to assist you with all your travel planning needs and will provide the information you need to have a Thumbs Up Experience during your visit to Thurston County, Washington.

855 Trosper Rd. SW #108-219, Tumwater 98501

Wednesdays 11am-2pm, June through October. Local farmers and processors with several gourmet prepared food vendors. Weekly featured artisan and music. Special events throughout the season. Community booth space available. Easy and convenient parking behind the Market, access from Capitol Blvd or Tumwater Blvd. Follow signs from Capitol Blvd just south of Israel Rd. Directions...Read More »

406 Capitol Way S, Olympia 98501

Custom Fragrance. Plus other fun stuff.

222 Columbia St NW, Olympia 98501

We provide opportunities for meaningful life experiences through extraordinary parks, arts and recreation. Vision: To make a difference by enriching Olympia's quality of life, being good environmental stewards, strengthening community connection, creating neighborhood identity, fostering artistic expression and beautifying our city. In short, to touch the life of every...Read More »

3839 11th Ave NW, Olympia 98502

Lacey Community Market, Food Bank Olympia Kiwanis raises fresh organic vegetables for the Thurston County Food Bank network. We sell fresh vegetables at the Lacey Community Market, 1st Saturday in July, August and September. Please call for hours of operation, appointment and driving directions.

301 Old Hwy 99, Tenino 98589

We are a seasonal open-air market open every Saturday, June through September, from 10:00am to 3:00pm. The Market offers fresh, locally-grown produce, plants, hand-crafted products, music, workshops, and community outreach. Shopping at a farmers market is a wholly unique experience that benefits farmers and producers directly, offering you more unique products, more heirloom...Read More »

Sid Snyder Ave SW, Olympia 98501

The beautiful and symbolic Vietnam Veterans Memorial was unveiled in a patriotic ceremony on Memorial Day, May 25, 1987. The memorial is located on a grassy knoll east of the state Insurance Building on the Capitol Campus and is near the Winged Victory Monument. The site provides visitors with a tranquil spot to reflect on the memories of those men and women that never returned...Read More »