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Where to stay and
what to do in

Olympia

VISITOR INFORMATION

ACCOMMODATIONS
Bed and Breakfast
Campgrounds/RV Parks
Hotels and Motels
Vacation Rentals

FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Bakeries
Coffee and Espresso
Ethnic Food
Fast Food
Pizza
Pubs, Taverns and Bars
Restaurants
Tea Houses
Wine and Wine Bars

ATTRACTIONS

ACTIVITIES

SHOPPING


Nearby Cities and Towns
Centralia, 25 miles
Lacey, 5 miles
Lakewood, 22 miles
Parkland, 25 miles
Puyallup, 33 miles
Shelton, 22 miles
Spanaway, 28 miles
Tacoma, 30 miles
Tenino, 14 miles
Tumwater, 3 miles

Cities and Towns
of Puget Sound

Puget Sound Visitor Info


Washington Travel Regions and Maps
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Puget Sound Travel Region
Olympia, Washington


Olympia, the state capital of Washington, is located on the southern end of Puget Sound on Budd Inlet.

Washington State Capitol, Olympia, WA. Go Northwest photo by Ray Maxwell.

Inspired by the Olympic Mountains. Mt. Olympus is the highest of these, and the first geographical feature in the present state of Washington to be named by western explorers. Olympus is the Greek name for the "home of the gods".

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