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100 Best Things to Do in Washington State (WA) 12/20

While outdoor beauty abounds in the state of Washington, in addition to the sprawling mountains, lakes, and sea, you’ll also find the fun, the elegant, the educational, and the strange. Washington is a great state that has a wide variety of things to offer.


56. Sharky’s (Ocean Shore)

This fun, shark themed quirky shop is just the thing you’re looking for in a beach town. Stop in for some saltwater taffy, Ocean Shore gear, and all things shark: tee shirts, hoodies, bath toys, ball caps, pajamas, and even a toy train. Spend about a half hour here looking for the perfect souvenir from your trip to the beach and don’t forget to take your picture in the giant shark mouth entryway.


57. American Empress (Vancouver)

The American Empress is the largest riverboat in the Pacific Northwest where you can stay overnight and enjoy a beautiful cruise along the Columbia River Gorge. The boat has an extensive art collection, multiple dining options, and welcoming guest rooms. Cruises are five or nine days long and some themed journeys are available.


58. Leavenworth (Leavenworth)

Escape to Bavaria at Leavenworth. This beautiful, unique town is tucked in the mountains and has so much to do, you’ll need at least a weekend here. Stay at one of their bed and breakfasts, dine, go to a wine tasting, shop in the eccentric stores. Then, go skiing, rock climbing, geocaching, dog sledding, tubing. No matter what time of year, you’ll find enough here to keep you entertained.


59. Ride the Ducks (Seattle)

Repurposed DUKW craft that were developed during World War II now take you on a unique guided tour on land and in water in downtown Seattle. This 90 minute tour covers twenty miles on land and lake, you’ll see the floating Sleepless in Seattle house, the Space Needle, and the sight of the Great Seattle Fire of 1889, and a lot of other sites.


60. Sequim (Sequim)

This quiet little town is an ideal place for a romantic weekend away. You’ll find charming bed and breakfasts, delicious dining options, and pretty much any outdoor recreation you can think of. They also have some special festivals and events that are worth checking out, like Sequim Lavender Weekend. Take a weekend getaway here, relax, and smell the lavender.



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