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Five Family-Friendly Attractions to Visit in Washington State

Washington State has so many attractions for the entire family to enjoy, whether you’re looking for a day-trip destination or weekend getaway, there is something for everyone to enjoy, here are just a few of the many attractions you can visit with the family.


B&B Family Lavender Farm

Sequim, WA

B&B Family Lavender Farm has thousands of lavender plants across 12-acres, their 100-year-old barn in the background and a breathtaking view of the Olympic Mountains to the south. There, you can shop from a variety of quality, hand-made lavender products or order online ahead of time for contactless pick-up.



Manito Park

Spokane, WA

Nationally recognized for its diverse horticultural displays, Manito Park is 90 acres of manicured lawns, walking and biking paths, playgrounds, a conservatory and a cafe, plus five major gardens each with its own theme. Located in South Hill in Spokane, WA, Manito Park is the perfect place to explore with the family and experience the beauty of nature.



Moran State Park

Olga, WA

On the Orcas Islands in Puget Sound’s San Juan Islands, Moran Park is a public recreation area that offers walking and hiking trails, swimming, boating, camping, picnic areas and astonishing views for the entire family to enjoy. This is an ideal destination to visit with the family to slow down and escape the busyness of everyday life.



Museum of Unnatural History

Walla Walla, WA

The Gerald Matthews Museum if unnatural history is a one-of-a-kind attraction filled with quirky artifacts, creations and ideas. Matthews uses a variety of materials and colors in his creations to symbolize ideas or concepts. If you’re looking for a weekend attraction to entertain the entire family consider this rare attraction.



Methow Valley

Winthrop, WA

The Methow Valley offers a variety of outdoor activities for all seasons including rafting, hiking, backpacking and fishing. This is a fantastic location to start exploring the North Cascades National Park. The easy hiking trails in the Valley are designed for wheelchairs and strollers making it even easier for the entire family to enjoy.






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