Downtown Olympia & The Washington State Capitol

During the Spring time, our state capitol in Olympia is like painted in pink and purple. There are the Cherry blossoms in pink and the petals would fall and color the ground pink! The tiny shrubs of purple azaleas are giving contrast to the gray and dull cement structures and pavements. There's lots to do and see anytime of year in our state's capitol.

attractions & Things to do

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  • Downtown Olympia
  • Washington State Capitol
  • Capitol Campus to Capitol Lake
  • Capitol Lake
  • Heritage Park Fountain
  • Artesian Well
  • Perceval Landing
  • South Sound Estuarium
  • WET (Water Education Technology) Science Center
  • East Bay Plaza
  • East Bay on Budd Inlet

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