Washington State, which is described as The Evergreen State, is in the Pacific Northwest region of United States. It is a popular tourist attraction area where people can discover nature, culture, art and enjoy some city trips. In case you plan to visit the state, here are the best places you can visit and have a lifetime experience.


The scenic city has a variety of attractions that visitors have to prioritize to make every moment count. You can start with the Sky View Observatory or the Space Needle. From any of them, you enjoy an incredible view of the city, mountains and surrounding islands.

Constructed for the 1962 World Fair, the Space Needle has remained a popular landmark for Seattle.

Granite Mountain

While on the peak of the natural wonder, you get an outstanding view including, Mount Rainer, Crystal Lake, and Kaleetan Peak. The mountain is steep and every mile you go while climbing you gain 1,000 feet of elevation. During the weekend, the summit is usually very busy, therefore, to enjoy the staggering sights you need to visit on a weekday.

North Cascade National Park

Most of the glaciers in North America are located in this park. It also homes wildlife including gray wolves, grizzly bears, and lynx. On the north of the park, there is Mount Baker, a volcanic mountain where you can drive or hike.

Mt. Shuksan, perhaps the most photographed in North America, is near the park and you can get a fantastic view of it. In the park, you can go alpine climbing and country camping, but you are also allowed to go for hiking and biking, especially during the summer.

Tacoma Museums

Tacoma is located between Olympia and Seattle and is one of the larger cities in Washington.

In the city, you find excellent cultural venues and museums, some of which showcase the breathtaking beauty of art glass. The Bridge of Glass, which is a walkway decorated with glass sculptures, allows visitors to access the Washing State History Museum. There is also the Museum of Glass which features exquisite translucent glass pieces.

You can also view automobiles from all the world at the LeMay-America's Car Museum.

Bainbridge Island

Situated 35 minutes west of Seattle, the island is an ideal destination for tourists. The most common way of getting there is by the Washington State Ferry from Pier 52, and there are a couple of places on Bainbridge Island where you can hike or walk. Your adventure starts at Waterfront Trail, near the ferry terminal. You can go camping and boating in Fay Bainbridge Park, visit Bloedel Reserve and view the amazing Japanese Gardens. You can also check the Back of Beyond and learn some water sports.

Washington State is one of the best tourist destinations in the US. There are a couple of more places you can visit including the Columbia River Gorge, Port Angeles, Bellingham, and much more. Plan ahead of your trip, get some tickets and try to discover everything about Washington State and have a lot of fun.