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The Weather in Olympia
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 78°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 32° in January. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is July.
Discover family fun at a vacation home in the capital city of Olympia
Experience Washington's great outdoors, museums, historic sites, and kid-friendly excursions with a trip to Olympia. Whether you opt for a condo in the city or a family-style vacation rental, you will find yourself perfectly situated to take in the city's best attractions.
Museums and more
No trip to Olympia would be complete without a visit to the Washington State Capitol. A free shuttle courtesy of DASH transports guests to and from downtown throughout the day. Informative and free guided tours are offered hourly.
The WET Science Center offers a unique hands-on presentation of information all about water. Exhibits focus on conservation, Washington's water cycle, and the aquatic world of Puget Sound. This museum is free daily, and open every day but Sunday.
The Hands On Children's Museum makes a great destination for kids of all ages. Over 150 interactive exhibits spread out over two floors, making this attraction a full day of learning and fun. Admission is free on the first Friday of the month.
Held every Saturday, the Olympia Farmers Market attracts many local families. Produce vendors, restaurants, and prepared food stands can be found on a seasonal basis. The market also provides live family entertainment and activities for kids.
Just eight miles from downtown, the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge is an excellent opportunity to view scenery and local wildlife. Miles of well-kept trails wind through forest, wetland, and estuary habitats. Admission is free for children.
For an even shorter trip out of town, try an excursion to Priest Point Park. This well-kept green space has multiple nature trails that lead to the beach. The park also provides picnic facilities, bathrooms, parking, and a playground.
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