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7637-A Old Hwy 99 SE, Olympia 98501

Bring the family to share in the nostalgic splendor of our aviation heritage... From WWII trainers to jet interceptors, the museum's collection is meticulously maintained and flown for the joy of tens of thousands. Aviation heritage museum featuring a rotating display of airworthy vintage military aircraft, from trainers to helicopters to jet fighters. Host of the annual...Read More »
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414 Jefferson Street NE, Olympia 98501

When it comes to fun and learning, Hands On is “the place to go” for children, their family and teachers. The Museum is a unique community resource that serves as an exciting, educational gathering place where children and parents can learn and play together!

, Olympia

Email: butsudo@msn.com   Available at the Farmer's Market   Regular Season Hours: April-October Thursday-Sunday 10am-3pm   November & December Saturdays & Sundays 10am-3pm   January-March Saturdays 10am-3pm

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 »

600 4th Ave E. , Olympia 98501

Woodworking, blacksmithing, fiber arts and ceramics.  Hand-made tools, toys and musical Arbutus Final Colorinstruments.  Growing and preserving food and playing music.  Seasonal festivals, dances and summer camps.  Intergenerational learning, historic preservation and cultural exchanges.   These activities describe the heart of the Arbutus Folk School (pronounced...Read More »

3400 Capitol Blvd South, Suite 203, Olympia 98501

The mission of the Olympia Symphony Orchestra is to provide the highest quality live music to enrich, educate and entertain an expanding audience.

5300 Pacific Ave. SE, Lacey 98503

Saint Martin's University is the perfect choice. We are pleased to offer the Norman Worthington Conference Center and the Hal and Inge Marcus Pavilion for use by non-profit organizations, individuals, and government agencies. Hal and Inge Marcus PavilionWhether you are planning a large gathering, a major conference, meeting, banquet, reception, sporting event, or even a small...Read More »

330 Schmidt Place, Tumwater 98501

The historic Schmidt House was built in 1904 for Leopold F. Schmidt, founder of the Olympia Brewing Company, his wife and their six children. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Tumwater Register of Historic Places and is within the Tumwater Historic District. The picturesque grounds with native gardens, bronze statues and reflective pool are...Read More »

600 4th Ave E. , Olympia 98501

 Woodworking, blacksmithing, fiber arts and ceramics.  Hand-made tools, toys and musical Arbutus Final Colorinstruments.  Growing and preserving food and playing music.  Seasonal festivals, dances and summer camps.  Intergenerational learning, historic preservation and cultural exchanges.   These activities describe the heart of the Arbutus Folk School (pronounced...Read More »

Winged Victory Circle, Olympia 98501

A monument to American prisoners of war and those missing in action was dedicated in a solemn ceremony at the capitol campus on September 16, 1988. An all night vigil, followed by the release of commemorative balloons, followed the ceremony. Recognition was also given to the POW/MIA flag that is flown regularly on one of three flagpoles near the Legislative Building. The...Read More »

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 »

211 21st Avenue SW, Olympia 98501

The State Capital Museum and Outreach Center is located in the historic Lord Mansion, seven blocks south of the capital campus in Olympia. The museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history and culture of Washington and features two floors of exhibits. Exhibits on regional Native American history and on Olympia as Washington's capital bring area history alive....Read More »