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!
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 »
1445 Galaxy Drive NE #201, Lacey 98516
Serving the Unique Needs of Adult Students
Since 1958, Brandman University has been serving the unique needs of adults by providing students access to a quality education consistent with the needs of their busy lives. Brandman University offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, certificates, teaching credentials and extended education programs online and at campuses...Read More »
2700 Evergreen Parkway NW Olympia, Olympia 98505
Thank you for your interest in our learning community as the site for your program.
Our campus - located five miles north of Olympia, Washington, with easy access from I-5 and Highway 101 - features modern, spacious facilities bordered by more than 1,000 wooded acres. We believe the combination of a beautiful environment and our dedication to service makes Evergreen an ideal...Read More »
3591 Old Olympic Highway, Shelton 98584
We are descendants of the maritime people who lived and prospered along the southernmost shores of the inland Salish Sea for untold centuries.
Because of our strong cultural connection with the water, we are also known as the “People of the Water.”
Welcome! We are honored by your presence!
1801 West Bay Drive NW, Suite 205, Olympia 98502
The Olympia-Kato Sister City Association (OKSCA) was incorporated as a non-profit in 1981. The mission of the OKSCA is to promote friendship and cultural exchanges between the citizens of the Olympia/Thurston County area and the city of Kato, Japan.
3910 Prestwick Ln SE, Olympia 98501
A small group of local performing arts activists met in early 2004 to discuss the opportunities of marketing and branding a downtown theater district. Representatives from Capitol Playhouse, Harlequin Productions, Olympia Symphony, Olympia Downtown Association, Washington Center and Olympia Arts Commission participated. The result is that the project moved forward with the Arts...Read More »
416 Sid Snyder Ave SW, Olympia 98504
Washington State's Legislative Building, completed in 1928 after six years of construction, serves as both a working governmental center and a symbol of Washington's free and democratic government. It is the centerpiece of the five historic buildings designed by New York architects Walter Wilder and Harry White. Conceived in the architectural competition of 1911 and selected by...Read More »
602 Deschutes Way, Tumwater 98501
A delightful two-and-a-half story home located near the lower Tumwater Falls dates from the optimistic age at the turn of the 20 th century. By then Tumwater had blossomed from a tiny pioneer village into a very promising town with electric streetcars, a railroad spur and a highly successful brewery at the foot of Tumwater Falls.
The house was built in 1905 for William...Read More »
399 Park Ave W, Tenino 98589
The sandstone building housing the museum was built in 1914 as a Northern Pacific depot and was active until after WW II. On the main line between Seattle and Portland, eight or nine trains daily stopped here at the height of train travel. In 1965, NP sold it to the town and with the help of a Federal grant, it was moved ten blocks to a city park and converted to a...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 »
Winged Victory Circle, Olympia 98501
In a solemn and patriotic ceremony on the capitol grounds May 30, 1938, the Winged Victory Monument was dedicated to the memory of World War I veterans. The sculpture was unveiled by two GoldStar mothers, Mrs. Charles V. Leach and Mrs. Cordelia Cater, after whose sons the Olympia posts of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars were named. The dedication address...Read More »