Olympia : 7 Top Rated Things To Do in Olympia , Washington

Washington State Capitol Building

Washington’s Legislative Building, which was completed in 1928 at a total cost of over seven million dollars rises 287ft above the Capitol Campus. It is the tallest masonry dome in North America and can be seen from all over the city.

Washington Center for the Performing Art

The Washington Center for the Performing Arts, the largest performing arts center in South Puget Sound, is home to the Washington Center for the Performing Arts.  

Olympia Farmers Market

After you arrive, follow the signs to the pavilion that is filled with local products and goods. This farmers market is a top-rated one in the Pacific Northwest, thanks to its over 40-years of experience. 

Percival Landing Park

Percival landing is the most well-known waterfront park in Olympia. It’s located at the center of the city on the Budd Bay, just off the tip of Puget Sound. It covers 3.38 acres and features a playground, boat dockage, picnic areas and giant Orca carved.  

Capitol Theater 

The historic Capitol Theater, which is owned and operated by the Olympia Film Society (OFS), has provided entertainment for the community continuously since 1924. The Capitol Theater hosts a variety of performances, including live music and independent films.  

Hands On Children’s Museum

The Hands On Children’s Museum was founded in 1987 to spark curiosity and creativity in children. It also encourages learning through fun, interactive programs and exhibits. These activities and exhibits are for children ages 0-11.  

Olympic Flight Museum

The Olympic Flight Museum is a museum that kids will love. This aviation museum is located at Olympia’s airport, Washington. It has more than 20 vintage aircraft and planes that rotate, including those from WWII and those from Vietnam and Korea.