The Olympic Peninsula and Washington Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Olympic Peninsula and Washington Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Port Townsend 8

Hoquiam 7

Sequim 6

Aberdeen 5

Ilwaco 3

Port Angeles 3

Westport 3

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Copalis Beach 2

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Port Townsend Marine Science Center

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Along the waterfront at Fort Worden State Park, the center is divided into two sections. The marine lab and aquarium building, in a former...

Railroad Bridge Park

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Set along a beautifully serene, 25-acre stretch of the Dungeness River, the park is centered on a lacy ironwork bridge that was once...

Rothschild House

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Walk through the kitchen door off of the garden—which contains old varieties of roses, peonies, and lilacs—and step into a different...

Sequim Bay State Park

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Protected by a sand spit 4 miles southwest of Sequim on Sequim Bay, this 92-acre woodsy inlet park has picnic tables, campsites, hiking...

Sequim Farmers Market

  • Market/Bazaar

You'll find honey, lavender, sea glass jewelry, pottery, and locally grown produce in abundance at this Saturday market, a tented affair...

The Polson Museum

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A 26-room mansion built in 1924 is filled with artifacts and mementos relating to Grays Harbor's past. You can walk through the remodeled...

The Taylor Hotel

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Built in 1887, this hotel houses Adelaide's Books and Coffee, and is the only structure from the early days that's open to the public.

Westport Aquarium

  • Zoo/Aquarium

Exhibits of local marine life include a wolf eel, an octopus, and a dog shark. Touch tanks let you feel shells, starfish, anemones, and...

Westport Maritime Museum

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A former Coast Guard station houses displays of historic photos, equipment, clothing, and other relics from the life-saving service and...

World Kite Museum and Hall of Fame

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Each August Long Beach hosts the Washington State International Kite Festival; the community is also home to the Northwest Stunt Kite...