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Olympia, the Capital of Washington
The population, per the U.S. 2010 census, was 46,478 and by 2014 the population is expected to rise to over 49,000. The city was incorporated on January 28, 1859. It is the largest cultural center of Puget Sound. Musicians, artists, and other creative minds reside here. Being a college town for Evergreen State College, helps keep the town young and vibrant and full of new ideas.
The city is covered in clouds most of the time and has an annual rainfall of over 49 inches. If you are thirsty you may want to visit here as the city has a natural, free-flowing artesian well that has lasted over 100 years and still continues to produce 10 gallons per minute to this day. Other places of interest are the Watershed Park, Priest Point Park, the Heritage Park Fountain and the Percival Landing Boardwalk. Olympia also has a hands-on Children’s Museum for hours of family fun and entertainment. As is common with many cities in Washington, you might take some time to visit the Farmers Market for the many fresh fruits and vegetables. Close to Olympic National Park, this area is great place to visit if you like the outdoors. There are four regions to the park, the Pacific Coastline, the Alpine areas, the rainforest on the west and the arid area on the east.
The Olympian Regional Airport is Olympia’s main airport. Don’t forget to plan for the annual Olympic AirShow which is a moderate-sized air show that happens every Father’s Day weekend.