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Things to do in Washington

  • Northwest Outdoor Center

    Hard-core kayakers head for the islands of Puget Sound, but more casual paddlers can explore plenty of gorgeous waterways right within Seattle’s ci... More
  • Novelty Hill

    Visitors can try some of Washington's best Syrahs in a starkly modern, 33,000-square-foot facility that includes a full-time kitchen staff, wine-ta... More
  • Nutcracker Museum

    Visit the Nutcracker Museum, which displays more than 5,000 of the iconic toy. More
  • Oddfellows Café & Bar

    The Pike/Pine corridor is home to this popular café-bar-restaurant that opens early and stays up late. With timeworn wood floors and exposed brick,... More
  • Olympia Farmers Market

    Between April and December, beekeepers, artisans, and local organic farmers gather here to sell their wares. More
  • Olympic National Park

    Designated by Congress in 1938, mammoth and mountainous park stretches across rugged Pacific coast and lush interior old-growth forests. Daylong ex... More
  • Olympic Sculpture Park

    This nine-acre waterfront spread is arguably the most gorgeous addition to the Seattle Art Museum (it even outshines the recently renovated main mu... More
  • Orcas Island

  • Palouse Falls State Park

    Take a photo op where the falls plunge into a perfectly round canyon. More
  • Paradise Jackson Visitor Center

    Snow-capped Mount Rainier anchors 240 miles of hiking trails, ranging from wildflower-field nature walks to icy summit ascents. Stop at the Paradis... More
  • Piety Flats Winery

    Grab a picnic table: kids can sip old-fashioned root beer floats while parents enjoy Syrah. More
  • Pike Place Market

    A must-see for every first-time Seattle visitor, this indoor farmers’ market of more than 200 stalls is also a crucial hub for most of the city’s r... More
  • Pike/Pine Corridor

    The Pike/Pine corridor in Seattle runs from Interstate 5 to 15th Ave E and is named after the two parallel commercial strips that form it. The corr... More
  • Pioneer Park

    This charming aviary has more than 200 exotic birds. More
  • Point No Point Beach

    Puget Sound's oldest lighthouse watches over the evergreen-lined coast. Scan the sand for dogwinkles, limpets, and geoducks - the world's biggest b... More

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