Comfort Inn Lacey - Olympia
4700 Park Center Ave., N.E.
Lacey, WA 98516
Phone: (360) 456-6300
Fax: (360) 456-7423
A quaint waterfront marina that offers general visitor and marine services plus features an onsite retail store, fresh seafood, boat rentals, kayak information, and dockside picnic areas.
Craft boutique winery specializing in quality unique wines. Many options to suit all kinds of tastes; from white to red with everything in between. Stop by for a free tasting.
Bigelow House Museum constructed in 1850s was the residence of Bigelows, a prominent family of the Washington state. This family was deeply involved in social causes that dealt with womens rights and the field of public education. The Carpenter Gothic style structure is now a house museum that preserves and displays documents and other heirlooms of this family.
The garden represents a joint effort of the Olympia-Yashiro Sister City Association and the City of Olympia. The garden is symbolic of the ties between Olympia and Yashiro, Japan. The park features picnic areas and public art.
A fun place to climb at all levels of skill and age. Classes are available as well as a variety of packages for birthday parties and large groups.
This park features water views, hiking, picnicking, and recreation.
Commonly known as The Castle, The Old Capitol Building has sustained several disasters. The eight-foot (2.4-meter) glass window on the main entrance was artistically done by Michael Kennedy, and is absolutely stunning. This building has been a home to offices as well. Built in 1890, it is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
Wonderful hands-on, interactive children's museum that offers a wide variety of fun and educational exhibits to help children explore the world around them. Some of the exhibits on site include the Backyard Wilderness where children can create animal habitat in their backyard, and the Body Basics that takes a step inside the human body.
A former Unocal Tank Farm, this park offers visitors a lawn area for picnics and gatherings.
The park fountain features 47 dancing water spouts - so do not forget your bathing suit.
The Washington State Capitol is actually more than just the capitol building, but an entire campus that includes the Governor's Mansion, the Washington Supreme Court and other executive offices and agencies. The capitol was built between 1922 and 1928. In addition to the buildings on campus, there are 18 monuments and art installations throughout the property.
Features moorage, dry storage, service, a boat launch, boat rentals, fuel, and a tackle shop.