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North Cascades Washington

The Flying Heritage Collection - A premier aviation attraction, with something of interest for visitors of all ages. Whether an individual, family or large group, FHC's exclusive offerings let you experience powerful history that changed the world.

Washington Apple Commission Visitor's Center - Learn everything you ever wanted about apples at the visitor's center in Wenatchee. With lots of activities for kids, a tour of the area, beautiful scenery and great samples of the fruits of the labor, you may want to spend all day here.

Cascade Loop - This 400 mile self-guided driving tour circles through the heart of Washington from the waters of Puget Sound across the Cascade Mountains and into the high desert climate of the Columbia River Valley. You will see incredible scenery, National Parks, quaint towns and enjoy diverse activities.

Icicle Junction Activities Center - There's fun for the whole family in a festive atmosphere! You'll love playing on the 18 hole Bavarian theme miniature golf course, and everyone enjoys a game of basketball or badminton on the Sport Court! You can also see a movie or play one of the arcade games.

La Conner Quilt & Textile Museum - The Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits quilts and textiles from local, national, and international artists.

Lincoln Theatre Center - Since the 1920's, the Lincoln Theatre has been a popular and essential part of the Skagit Valley. From films, to plays, to concerts The Lincoln remains central to the cultural life of the Valley and beyond.

Mount Baker Theatre - The theatre provides arts, entertainment, and social interaction which through a wide variety of programs results in personal enrichment, enjoyment and a sense of community for diverse audiences in the region and to to preserve the restored historic Mount Baker Theatre as a home for local performing arts organizations, film, a venue for touring performers, and community events.

Leavenworth Nutcracker Museum - Displaying well over 6,000 nutcrackers originating from over 40 countries, the Leavenworth Nutcracker Museum is a definitely a place you will want to visit.

Outback Kangaroo Farm - Wander through the kangaroos and see other exotic animals like wallabies, llamas, lemurs, peacocks, ostriches, emu, and more!

Village Theatre - A leading producer of musical theatre in the Pacific Northwest, producing entertaining quality theatre for the entire family since 1979. The Mainstage season consistently offers patrons top-quality live theatre in an intimate setting.

Spark Museum of Electrical invention - Nationally recognized for its outstanding collection of vintage radios and other examples of broadcast and entertainment technology from the early 20th century. The Museum features more than 1,200 radios, televisions, recording devices, and players from the first half of this century.

Boeing Everett Tour Center - Tours are conducted to showcase The Boeing Company and the Everett product line, the 747, 767, and 777. As part of the tour, visitors will be located in the largest building in the world by volume (472,000,000 cubic feet). On the Boeing flight line, visitors will see airplanes in various stages of flight test and manufacture for airline customers around the world.

Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens - When you step through the Little and Lewis blue entrance columns, you are truly transported to a place of beauty and peace. Trees, shrubs, perennial gardens, a rock garden, Japanese Maple Walk, outdoor pavilion plus sculptures and an incredible fountain, work together to form a unique Snohomish County destination

Imagine Children's Museum - Kids of all ages can explore hands-on exhibits in the history, art, science, and culture fields while having the learning time of their lives.

Leavenworth - A Bavarian Alpine village featuring gingerbread chalets, wursthauses, music box and cuckoo clock shops, and much more. As you stroll through the town, more than 100 unique stores and services are available to satisfy the most challenging shopping list.

Miniature World Family Fun Center - Three main attractions are the 18 hole Miniature Golf Course, the Go-Kart Track, and the Miniature Train ride through the Forest of Imagination.

Museum of Northwest Art - The Mission of the Museum of Northwest Art is to exhibit, interpret, collect and preserve visual art whose regional qualities find resonance within and beyond the Pacific Northwest.

Ohme Gardens - The achievement of sixty years of work by the Ohme family. Their efforts have gradually transformed the once barren hill into one of Americas leading gardens, visited by travelers from around the world.

Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum - The key theme of logging is woven into local history and many of the museum displays. A series of out buildings for acquisitions too large to display in the museum, including printing presses, tractors, trucks, and early farming machines.

Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center - Gathers and educates people to celebrate and preserve the history, arts, sciences, and rich diversity of this region and its people.

Whatcom Museum - Art, Nature, History and Family are the theme.The Whatcom Museum offers interactive tours of both temporary and permanent exhibitions led by staff and trained docents

Children's Museum of Skagit County - Through educational exhibits and events, the Museum provides a hands-on learning and explorational experience for children from birth through eight years old. Striving to nurture learning experiences between children and their families, and to encourage growth through innovative and creative experiences.