608 Washington St. NE , Olympia 98501

The South Sound ESTUARIUM, 608 Washington St. NE, Olympia, is a marine education center featuring South Puget Sound marine creatures in 2 aquariums, a videos room with a variety of marine related topics, interactive activities and interpretive exhibits. Something for all ages. Visitors to the area will enjoy the center, especially if they don't live near saltwater. Open to...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.

120 State Ave NE #156, Olympia 98501

Farmers Market, On-Site WSDA Certified Organic worm castings, composting worms and worm tea: a concentrated, odorless, sediment-free, liquid natural fertilizer. Worm tea helps prevent “BLACK SPOT” on ROSES. Use on vegetables, flowers, house plants and your lawn. Your plants will look robust and healthy, and be naturally resistant to insects and disease. Please call for an...Read More »

13136-A 201st Ave SW, Rochester 98579

CSA, Farmers Market, Special Order, Co-op, Restaurants We grow an incredible variety of Heirloom, open-pollinated and specialty vegetables, and culinary herbs. Our CSA program offers certified organic seasonal vegetables, herbs and fruit, June-November. We also sell pasture-raised whole chickens. Please call for driving directions.

3327 Yelm Hwy SE, Olympia 98513

Farmers Market, Farm Stand, U-Pick Strawberries, mid-June thru mid-July. Raspberries, mid-July thru mid-August. Marion berries, mid-July thru mid-August. Blueberries, end of July thru end of August. U-pick strawberries. 8am-6pm. Exit 109 off I-5, go to College St, turn L. Go to Yelm Hwy & turn R. Farm on L-hand side, about 1/2 mile.

11th Avenue Southwest, Olympia 98501

The World War II Memorial was authorized in 1995 by the Washington State Legislature. The memorial was dedicated on May 28, 1999, during a patriotic and emotional ceremony that drew a crowd of 5,000. The design features a star-like cluster of five, 14-foot high bronze blades engraved with the names of nearly 6,000 Washington residents who lost their lives in WWII. The...Read More »

915 Washington St NE, Olympia 98501

Ahoy! We beckon you to create the time and space to…experience water time...breathe deep…fill your senses with the sounds and smells of the Puget Sound...and relax. Mystic Journeys exists to provide you with the exhilirating experience of sailing the Puget Sound waters! Enjoy time with your family or friends; strengthen your relationship with business associates;...Read More »

7700 New Market St SW, Olympia 98516

4611 Tumwater Valley Drive SE, Tumwater 98501

Tumwater Valley GC features: 18 Holes of Championship Golf, Tranquil unhoused setting within the Deschutes River Valley, Fully-stocked Pro Shop, PGA and LPGA member teaching professionals, Large putting green (Great locations for pre or post event contests), Chipping, Pitching and practice Bunker, Enormous driving range tee (enough for even the largest event...Read More »

829 Lacey Street SE, Lacey 98503

Through exhibits, educational programs and research archives, the Lacey Museum tells the story of the community's past, and how its rich history has affected the present and will shape the future. Structure - The Lacey Museum is located in a historic structure that was originally built in the late 1920s by Fred Russell as a private residence. In the late 1940s, the building...Read More »