Whether your style is laidback or thrill-seeking, Washington is home to a water adventure (or lack thereof) for just about anyone–of any age and any skill level. Dust off your life vest, and check out these Washington water activities for cooling off and chilling out this summer.
Yakima Valley is arguably one of the greatest places to be during the warmer months in Washington state. The valley boasts an affordable summer vacation with a plethora of special events, festivals and outdoor treks for everyone in your group. From wine tours and tastings to music festivals and marathons, the following is a guide to help you soak up the most of summer in Yakima Valley.
Immigration lawyer, saké sommelier and tasting room associate, Miyuki Yoshida is also a project executive/counsel of Tenzen Springs. For years, the Yoshida family and the entire Tenzen team have worked to make the collection of Japanese natural bath houses built on the side of private minimalist cabins in Skamania County a success.
The Museum of Flight is excited to announce the opening of its latest exhibit, an immersive experience in collaboration with The Walt Disney Studios, The Walt Disney Studios and World War II. This traveling exhibit will debut on July 9 at the William E. Boeing Red Barn, and will retell the multi-faceted story of Walt Disney Studios’ contributions to the Allies during World War II.
The George, located inside Seattle’s iconic Fairmont Olympic Hotel, is part of a $25-million restoration of the historic 1924 hotel. This project includes the remarkable makeover of what was once known as the Georgian room into The George, an upscale brassiere-inspired restaurant featuring fresh and local ingredients indigenous to the Pacific Northwest.
From watching fireworks light up the sky to enjoying good food with the family, it’s time to sport your red, white and blue and check out these events in Washington in honor of the Fourth of July.
Spire in Downtown Seattle, the city’s fastest-selling condominium development in 2021, has launched its highly anticipated penthouse collection. The nine residences by Laconia Development highlight views of the Seattle skyline, Puget Sound and surrounding mountain ranges.
Todd Millar is the owner of Pull Caffe Wood Roasted Coffee, Pull Caffe Wood Fired Bakery and Hand Made Pull Espresso Machines, based in Yacolt. Currently, Millar is building A-frame Airbnb cabins on his seven-acre home and business property located in the foothills of the active Mount Saint Helens volcano.
Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood in Olympia, and only a few miles from the Washington State Capitol building, is Briggs TapHouse, which recently opened its doors in February. This hidden gem is a family-friendly favorite dishing up specialty pizzas and rotating local beers on tap.
Few people are so rad, they even have a type of joke named after them. In celebration of Father’s Day, meet eight Washington dads who are super men in the lives of their kiddos (and the community).