Capitol Grounds, Olympia 98501

The Washington State Governor's Mansion is located on the crest of Capitol Point, with a panoramic view of the city of Olympia, the Capitol grounds, the southern most waters of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.  The red brick Georgian-style building with white pillars is surrounded by sloping lawns, evergreen trees and flowering shrubs. Visitors to the gracious residence...Read More »

, Olympia 98501

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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.

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 »

12819 Yelm Hwy, Olympia 98513

NRWC has 975 electronic slot machines, craps, roulette, blackjack, Pai Gow, three card poker, Keno and Speed Keno. With the absolute best gaming in the area all under one roof, why play anywhere else? Play in the Wind! Nisqually Red Wind Casino offers a complimentary shuttle bus to local area hotels. Local area hotels include: Tumwater, Olympia, Lacey, Yelm and Dupont. The...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 »

4949 D Milluhr Dr. NE , Olympia 98513

The Nisqually Reach Center is a small nonprofit organization dedicated to providing education, outreach, and citizen science research to South Puget Sound communities. We offer classroom and experiential opportunities for young people to learn about how scientists and non-scientists are working together to preserve the unique habitat of the beautiful Nisqually Estuary. Our...Read More »

14th Avenue Southeast, Olympia 98501

The Korean War Veterans Memorial was authorized in 1989 by the Washington State Legislature and has two purposes: to express the gratitude of the citizens of this state for all who served in Korea and, to project the spirit of service, willingness to sacrifice, and dedication to freedom in remembering those Washingtonians who lost their lives in the war. Nearly five years of...Read More »

918 Glass Ave, Olympia 98506

The Bigelow House Museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the early history of Olympia and Washington Territory.  It is the oldest residence in Olympia, Washington, and one of the earliest still standing in the Pacific Northwest. Pioneer lawyer and Territorial Legislator Daniel R. Bigelow and his schoolteacher wife Ann Elizabeth White built Bigelow House in the...Read More »