- Our list of the best things to do in Bellevue, Washington, features the top 534 nearby activities — including 209 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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2825 Marvin RD NE, Suite Q, Olympia, WA 98516 MoreLess Info
Housed in an industrial park, the Northwest Mountain Winery has a large array of specialty wines, including, peach, strawberry and blackberry varietals. They host Fire Pit Night in their parking lot which runs from May through October.
The 50-acre Burfoot Park has 1,100 feet of saltwater beach frontage along with many hiking trails, including one with stairs for accessing the beach. Visitors can also enjoy the playground and three picnic shelters with grills.
Views of the Olympic Mountain Range and the San Juan Islands are offered through the Schooner Suva Day Tours. The antique schooner can hold a small private group for several hours of sailing in local waters.
This working lavender farm produces several varieties of lavender for clippings, culinary purposes, and oils. In the store you can purchase a variety of farm made products as well as fresh lavender clippings..
This non-traditional National Park Reserve has hiking, biking, scuba diving, boating, fishing, nature walks and many more activities, including two museums and a lighthouse; has abundant wildlife for viewing as well as being the perfect spot for start gazing.
The Washington State Capital building is surrounded by views, gardens, an arboretum, the Governor's Mansion, and the Justice Building. The buildings are full of architectural details and marble accents as well as sculptures. There are views of Capital Lake and the Puget Sound from the Capital grounds.
This casino has gaming tables that include 3 types of Poker, Craps, Blackjack, Roulette, Spanish 21 and Emperor's Challenge. There are slots and Keno. Four dinning locations and a full calendar of entertainment provide non-gambling alternatives.