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 »
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!
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 »
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.
Sid Snyder Avenue Southwest, Olympia 98501
The Medal of Honor Monument was dedicated on November 7, 1976, to honor those Washington citizens who have received the nation's highest military decoration, the Congressional Medal of Honor. The 11½-foot tall granite obelisk is affixed with the Seal of the State of Washington and is inscribed with the names of those Washington citizens who were bestowed this supreme honor. The...Read More »
150 SE Kwuh-deegs-altxw, Shelton 98584
Tribal elders have always taught the young people to respect nature's gifts, to take only what they need and use all that they take. Tribal people depend on these gifts for food, trade, culture and survival. We have a unique relationship with natural resources and a deep understanding of the sciences, such as precise knowledge of ocean currents and tides, weather patterns and...Read More »
PO Box 7221, Olympia 98507
Since 1991, we’ve hosted our state capital’s annual Pride Festival that draws nearly 15,000 people for a two-day festival and parade on Sunday in downtown Olympia. The festival includes national and regional entertainers and plenty of food, arts and crafts and community booths. Starting in 2011, the festival also hosts a beer/wine garden.
Capital City Pride is registered as a...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.
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 »
222 4th Ave W, Olympia 98501
Childhood's End Gallery features contemporary Pacific Northwest fine art & fine American craft with work by regional & national artists. Our store is devoted to beautiful art made in America and offers a wide variety of choices for unique corporate gifts, personal gifts, functional crafts and home decor. Our focus is on fine art, art glass, jewelry, ceramics and woodwork. We...Read More »
702 Deschutes Way N, Tumwater 98502
The Crosby House dates from ca. 1860 and was built by Nathaniel Crosby III. Nathaniel III had married Cordelia Jane Smith in August 1860. Miss Smith was the daughter of Jacob and Priscilla Smith who lived in the Lacey area.
Dr. Nathaniel Ostrander, a well-known pioneer doctor and his wife Eliza Jane Yantis Ostrander purchased the house in 1872. The Ostranders owned the house...Read More »
2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia 98512
South Puget Sound Community College's mission is to support student success in postsecondary academic transfer and workforce education that responds to the needs of the South Sound region.