Visitors

Come explore all that Washington has to offer! Our state’s diverse geography gives you the opportunity to experience every kind of outdoor recreation imaginable. Immerse yourself in a vibrant arts atmosphere, savor Northwest cuisine highlighting local seafood and produce, and taste award-winning wines right where they’re produced in our sunny wine country.   

Arts

Dive into a rich arts scene from contemporary art to historic, folk, and Native American works and cultural traditions. Visit the State Capitol and stroll the grounds to view war memorials, monuments, and sculptures. Explore our collection of public art containing over 5,000 pieces from schools, colleges, universities, and state agencies. 

Center for Washington Cultural Traditions 

Memorials & Artwork at the State Capitol 

Search the collection of public art

List of Washington art museums

Discover Washington Destinations

Our state’s unique natural beauty spans from rainforests, wild coastlines, and rugged mountains in the west to rolling hills, high deserts, and dry grasslands in the east. Learn what Washington’s regions have to offer and plan things to see and do all across the state. 

Trails and lakes

The coast and peninsulas

Islands

Wine country

Volcanoes

Discover other destinations in our state

Learn about the geology of our state

Getting Around

Find the most convenient airport for your trip and learn how to get around like a local. Travel by bus, train, and light rail, or take a ferry and go island-hopping. Read the details and requirements on border crossings, toll roads, and road conditions and closures. 

Bellingham International Airport

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Spokane International Airport

Tri-Cities Airport

Driving around Washington

Border crossing information and requirements

Sound Transit regional transit authority 

King County Metro

Other Washington public transit systems

Amtrak Stations

Washington State Ferries