Yakima is a fruit-producing city that has plenty of attractions! It is located sixty miles southeast of Mount Rainier National Park. It is very abundant when it comes to agriculture and the food grown here helps define its community. If you are a nature enthusiast and at the same time a history buff looking for adventure, visit Yakima! 

White Pass Ski Area

White Pass Ski is a favorite spot among the locals. What you can enjoy here are beginner-friendly ski lessons and expert-only terrain incorporating cliffs and chutes. Its area has more than 1,500 skiable acres and 18 kilometers of groomed trails. You should definitely visit during winter; it is guaranteed that every skier and snowboarder can enjoy something here. 

Capitol Theatre

For nearly a century, Capitol Theatre has been entertaining the Yakima community. The theatre offers a wide option of shows and performances up until today. With more than 1500 seats available, the renovated architecture and upgraded light and sound system of the theatre adds to the entertainment value. It also hosts youth theatre programs for all levels of grade school. 


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Central Washington Agricultural Museum

The Central Washington Agricultural Museum is a 15-acre property that highlights the people and equipment of the region’s agricultural past. Displayed in the museum are buildings and pieces of equipment like a 1908 homestead, a Northern Pacific Railroad boxcar and a working 1930s-era sawmill. There is also farm equipment and tractors that gives you a look at older generations of farming.