The Olympic Peninsula and Washington Coast

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 or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Makah Cultural and Research Center


    Thousands of Makah art pieces and artifacts, many eons old, fill a space done in low lights and rich timbers and divided into an easy route...Read More

  • 2. Aberdeen Museum of History


    The small museum has canoes from local tribes, as well as photographs that document Aberdeen's logging and shipping industries and exhibits...Read More

  • 3. Clallam Historical Society's Museum at the Carnegie


    The region's past is preserved at this museum in a handsome 1919 building. Downstairs, historic photos and artifacts illustrate the lifestyles...Read More

  • 4. Coastal Interpretive Center


    A great stormy-day educational spot for families, the center highlights the seaside environment, local history, and Native American traditions...Read More

  • 5. Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum


    Dioramas and miniatures of Long Beach towns illustrate the history of southwestern Washington, and other displays cover Native Americans; the...Read More

  • 6. Cranberry Museum


    Here, visitors can learn about more than a century of cranberry cultivation in this area, take a self-guided walking tour through the bogs,...Read More

  • 7. Jefferson County Historical Museum


    The 1892 City Hall building houses not only the museum but the basement cells of the old city jail, where author Jack London spent a night on...Read More

  • 8. Marsh's Free Museum


    If you've got kids in your group, or simply an appreciation of oddities, be sure to visit this quirky museum that's best known for "Jake the...Read More

  • 9. Northwest Maritime Center

    Educational Institution

    The myriad traditions and trades of the Pacific Northwest's seafaring history are explained here, with special emphasis on the importance of...Read More

  • 10. Port Townsend Marine Science Center


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

  • 11. The Polson Museum


    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 dining...Read More

  • 12. Westport Maritime Museum


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

  • 13. World Kite Museum and Hall of Fame


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

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