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.
512 Washington St SE, Olympia 98501
The Washington Center for the Performing Arts, South Puget Sound's largest performing arts facility, is committed to providing a wide variety of entertainment and cultural activities for the residents of five counties. Located in the heart of Washington State's capital city, The Center has become a community gathering place, providing a focus for the performing arts unique to...Read More »
501 Columbia St. NW #C, Olympia 98506
Splash Gallery of Olympia is a contemporary fine art galley opened August 13th, 2011. This gallery is dedicated to exhibiting up and coming artists in the South Puget Sound. The gallery supports art in the community and is dedicated to giving back to local groups who support the arts. We are located on the Waterfront Board Walk next to Dockside Bistro, a short walk from the...Read More »
7637 Old Hwy 99 SE, Tumwater 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 on a seasonal basis. The rotating display includes a recently restored FG-1D Corsair and P-51 Mustang fighter planes, UH-1 Huey and H-43 Huskie helicopters, and many others. The museum hosts the...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.
302 4th Avenue West , Olympia 98501
Sand Man tugboat – a vintage 103 year old vessel moored in Olympia, Washington. The boat is open to the public, free of charge, on most weekends, year-round. You are cordially invited to come to Percival Landing in Olympia and visit this historic vessel.
1908 – 1910 designed and built by Crawford & Reid, Tacoma
wheel-house designed and built by the Long...Read More »
100 Technology Way SDP#6, Elma 98541
The Mission of the RETC is to create a sustainable, nimble and innovative center of learning that creates synergies with regional education, industry, and workforce partners to drive the transformation and development of a highly trained and effective workforce in the Pacific Mountain Region and beyond.
The RETC formed in 2009 and initially funded by a Department of Labor...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 »
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 »
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 »