Field trips, plays, and events for homeschooling families in Vancouver, WA and surrounding areas. All homeschoolers welcome.
Homeschooling Guide to North Mason and Kitsap Counties
Whether you’re homeschooling or not, you’re sure to enjoy Places to Go, a mini-tour guide of our region.
Fred Oldfield Western Heritage Center
We are offering art classes at very reasonable prices ($5 a class) for children of all ages (preschool – grade 12). We began the program last year and had nearly a 100 homesschoolers attending. Located at the Puyallup Fairgrounds. (253) 752-9708.
Job Carr Cabin Museum
Enjoy Ray Egan, prominent local actor and historian, as he presents the heartwarming story of George Washington Bush through the eyes of Ezra Meeker, Sunday, February 8. 2350 North 30th, in Old Town Park, Tacoma, WA. 253-627-5405.
Washington State Capital Museum
Political and Native American history, botanical garden of native plants. 211 West 21st Avenue, Olympia, WA 98501, 360-753-2580
Washington State History Museum
Fascination and FUN come together! People of all ages can explore and be entertained in an environment where characters from Washington’s past speak about their lives. 1911 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, WA, 253-272-3500.
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Industry & Technology
Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour
On the Boeing flight line, visitors will see airplanes in various stages of flight test and manufacture for airline customers around the world. Located 25 miles north of Seattle in Everett, Wash. For reservations, call local 425-438-8100 or toll free 1-800-464-1476 – for reservations and information, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Pacific Time). You can also make reservations online.
Visit and learn about the industries that make our state great. Members may submit reviews of their favorite field trips.
Washington State Parks
You’re a click away from all you’ll need to plan a visit to one or all of Washington’s splendid state parks. From sandy coastal beaches and sheltered Puget Sound islands to sun-baked lakes and lava flows east of the Cascade Mountains.
Whatcom County Parks and Recreation
We offer a wide range of activities for the whole family. Challenging and creative leisure opportunities are available through our park facilities, classes, special events, trails, nature centers, museums and historical sites.
Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and Technology (CREHST)
This facility features a variety of two- and three-dimensional exhibits and displays. Visitors will be entertained with interactive, hands-on displays and activities. 95 Lee Boulevard (street address), P.O. Box 1890 Richland, WA 99352, (509) 943-9000
Pacific Science Center
Exhibit admission includes more than six acres of hands-on exhibits, planetarium shows and demonstrations.. 200 2nd Ave. North, Seattle, (206) 443-2001