Outdoor natural attractions, performing venues, and museums are among the many family-friendly tourism attractions available. Did you know that Yakima, Washington is a popular tourist destination for wine lovers?
Yakama Nation Museum and Cultural Center
The Yakama Nation Museum and Cultural Center is a 12,000 square-foot space with an impressive art collection, relics, and photos. The Yakama Nation Library and Heritage Theater are also located in the Cultural Center. The museum has a variety of dioramas and displays, including life-size models of homes and enormous exhibits with exceptional sound effects.
Relax at Mount Rainier National Park
Mount Rainier is one of Washington’s three national parks and is conveniently accessible from Yakima. Mount Rainier is a must-visit destination with several campgrounds, breathtaking mountain views, and hiking paths. The park’s stunning Stevens Canyon Entrance is considered one of the most excellent campgrounds. Mount Rainier is one of Washington’s three national parks and is accessible from Yakima, whether for a camping trip or a day trip.
Visit Yakima River
Floating down the Yakima River is one of the most popular summer activities. You would have an incredibly wonderful picturesque river float with a guide. You can bring your raft or rent one if you are an experienced rafter. You can choose from a variety of guided tour options.