Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Neah Bay

Makah Museum

Hosted by the Makah Indian Reservation, this museum displays artifacts from one of North America's most significant archaeological finds and is reason enough to visit the town. Exposed by tidal erosion in 1970, the …
Top Choice Viewpoint in Neah Bay

Cape Flattery

The dramatic promontory known as Cape Flattery is the most northwesterly point in the lower 48 states. From the four observation points atop the wild, wind-buffeted cape, cliffs fall 60ft to the raging Pacific and s…
National Park in Olympic Peninsula

Olympic National Park

Declared a national monument in 1909 and a national park in 1938, the 1406-sq-mile Olympic National Park shelters one of the world's few temperate rain forests and a 57-mile strip of Pacific coastal wilderness that …
Historic Site in Ozette

Wedding Rocks

The most significant group of petroglyphs on the Olympic Peninsula.
Lake in Western Entrances

Lake Quinault

The enchanting Quinault River Valley is one of the park's least crowded corners. Clustered around the deep-blue glacial waters of Lake Quinault lie forested peaks, a historic lodge and some of the oldest (and talles…
Park in Port Townsend

Fort Worden State Park

This attractive park located within Port Townsend's city limits is the remains of a large fortification system constructed in the 1890s to protect the strategically important Puget Sound area from outside attack – s…
Gallery in Port Angeles

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Here you'll find the work of many of the professional artists who live on the peninsula. The gallery is high above the city amid a 5-acre sculpture garden with views over the strait.
Museum in Port Townsend

Jefferson Art & History Museum

The local historical society runs this well-maintained exhibition area that includes mock-ups of an 1892 jail, maritime artifacts and an art-gallery room. You can also learn about the history of prostitution in inno…
Aquarium in Port Angeles

Feiro Marine Life Center

Hands-on touch tanks are inhabited by the aquatic denizens of the strait. The star attractions are the giant Pacific octopi.
Aquarium in Port Townsend

Port Townsend Marine Science Center

Features four touch tanks and daily interpretive programs.