- Our list of the best things to do in Gig Harbor, Washington, features the top 355 nearby activities — including 143 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Gig Harbor, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Food & Drink, and Museums & Galleries.
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RichArt's Yard Art is a collection of unique recyclable sculptures made of Styrofoam, plastics, metal and wire. Patrons can take guided tours of the yard and view artwork including bouquets of garden hose flowers and mannequins with plastic wine wigs.
The completed area of the Centennial Trail covers approximately 30 miles with a 10-foot-wide multi-purpose trail and a 6-foot-wide equestrian trail. Multiple picnic tables and picnic shelters are also available to those utilizing the trails.
Situated along Possession Sound, Harborview Park measures eight acres and allows visitors a waterfront view with passing civilian and military ships. The park provides picnic tables, benches, a grassy lawn for open field activities and a trail.
Not just a wonderful play place for the kids, Fort Borst Park in Centralia, Washington is home to a historical adventure. With buildings including the Borst schoolhouse as well as fields and play equipment, families can enjoy an experience unique to the area.
The Riverside Gallery features works from artist Elaine LaFlemme, an abstractist and impressionist. The gallery also offers art classes for anyone over the age of 16 and features lessons in recreating famous works, working with oils, and working with acrylics.
The Blackman House Museum is the oldest standing building in the city of Snohomish. It was the home of one of the Blackman brothers, who started a sawmill there and was the first mayor. The museum primarily features period furniture.
Get back to nature at Rotary Park, located on the banks of the Snohomish River. Take a refreshing walk along the walking trails, or stop off at the picnic tables for a snack. A boat launch is also available (fee applies).