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Top 5 Thing To See In Western Washington

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Top 5 Things To See In Western Washington

  Contrary to what many outside Washington may think, Western Washington is chock full of incredible places to visit and sights to see! From art, to parks, to history, this area will wow any visitors who pass through. So, hop in your Honda and check out the top 10 things to see in Western Washington!  
  1. Chihuly Garden and Glass

Dale Chihuly is a famous artist from Tacoma, Washington, known as the leader of the avant-garde in the development of glass as a fine art. His work can be found in more than 200 museum collections around the world. He created more than a dozen well-known series of works, including, Cylinders and Baskets; Seaforms, Macchia, Venetians, and Persians; Niijima Floats and Chandeliers; and Fiori.
Chihuly Garden and Glass

Chihuly Garden and Glass

  This Garden and Glass center provide a look at the inspiration and influences of Chihuly’s career. The Exhibition itself includes eight galleries, a glasshouse, and a lush garden.    
  1. Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier National Park is an enormous state reserve just southeast of Seattle. It’s towering centerpiece and namesake is Mount Rainier, a glacier-capped 14,410-ft.-high active volcano.   The mountain itself is the most glaciated peak in the continental U.S., spawning six major rivers. Subalpine wildflower meadows surround the volcano and ancient forest cloaks its lower slopes. A lifetime of discovery awaits in this stunning national park. Rainier National Park  
  1. The Museum of Flight

Don’t miss the largest aviation museum on the west coast during your time in western Washington! The Museum of Flight has more than 150 aircraft in its collection, including fighter planes, a presidential jet, sailplanes, and more. The museum attracts over 400,000 visitors every year and includes exhibits on flight and even space travel.
Museum of Flight

Museum of Flight

 
  1. Pike Place Market

On your drive through western Washington, be sure to stop by the iconic Pike Place Market. Founded in 1907 to provide a place for farmers and customers to meet directly, Pike Place continues to thrive as a market in Seattle. Farmers sell their locally grown produce and products to shoppers seven days a week, 362 days a year.
Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

 
  1. Sky View Observatory

This observatory in Seattle is the highest public observatory on the west coast! Located on the 73rd floor of Columbia Center, it stands nearly 1,000 feet tall and offers the tallest public viewing area west of the Mississippi. Its 360 degree panoramic view includes Mt. Rainier, Bellevue, the Cascade Mountains, Mt. Baker, Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains, the Space Needle and the city of Seattle.
Sky View Observatory

Sky View Observatory

  Get ready to experience the best Western Washington has to offer -- and don’t forget to stop by the unofficial sixth place to visit: Bellevue Honda!