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  • 1 Olympic National Park Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    600 E. Park Ave. USA - Port Angeles, WA 98362

    The 922,000-acre Olympic National Park was designated an International Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1976 and recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1981. The Olympic Forest Reserve, which included most of the forested land on the Olympic Peninsula,..

  • 2 Sol Duc Hot Springs Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    12076 Sol Duc Hot Springs Road USA - Port Angeles, WA 98363

    The sulphurous smell emanating from these naturally occurring hot springs on the Sol Duc River caused the Quileute Indians to call them si'bi', or "stinky place." After Theodore Moritz staked a claim to the hot springs in the 1880s, settler..

  • 3 Arthur D. Feiro Marine Life Center

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    315 N Lincoln St USA - Port Angeles, WA 98362

    Opened in 1981, a small marine lab and teaching facility for Peninsula College contains open tanks filled with local marine life (including an octopus); a touch tank where visitors can stroke starfish, sea anemones and sea cucumbers; and a new jellyf..

  • 4 Olympic National Park Visitor Center

    Nature and gardens

    3002 Mt. Angeles Rd. USA - Port Angeles, WA 98362

    Located on the road to Hurricane Ridge, the main visitor center is the best place to stock up on information about the sites in Olympic National Park. In addition to providing free maps and brochures, the center has a 12min slide show introducing vis..

  • 5 Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

    Museums and art

    1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd. USA - Port Angeles, WA 98362

    A small gem of Northwest architecture, the Fine Arts Center occupies a semicircular Modernist house designed by Seattle architect Paul Hayden Kirk and built in 1951 for Esther Barrows Webster, a local artist who became editor of the town's newspaper...

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