WA Posted in Washington September 22, 2015 by Nikki Cleveland Here Are 12 Things That You Can Only Find In Washington Washington is so unique! Did you know that you can only find these 12 things here in our Northwest state? 1. The world's largest building by volume Flickr / jetstarairways The Boeing Everett Factory in Everett is an airplane assembly building and is the largest building in the world by volume at 472,370,319 cubic feet and covers 98.3 acres. 2. Tacoma is home to the only bridge made with original Dale Chihuly artwork Flickr / 24917258@N05 This 500-foot-long overpass links the Museum of Glass to downtown Tacoma and features original artwork by world renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly. 3. The largest egg in the world Yelp / Kevan C. This 12-foot long fiberglass egg is located in Winlock! 4. The biggest electric power facility in the country Wikipedia The Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River was built to produce hydroelectric power and provide irrigation water. The dam supports four different power houses containing 33 hydroelectric generators! 5. Experience Music Project (EMP) Wikipedia This Seattle museum is home to many unique items from famous musicians like Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana that you won't be able to find anywhere else, as well as some fascinating sci-fi exhibits. 6. The largest razor clam in the world Flickr / carrythebanner Next to the Largest Frying Pan in Long Beach, this attraction is set up to spit water out nearly every hour. It symbolizes the tradition of harvesting razor clams on the Long Beach Peninsula! 7. World's Largest Radio Flyer Wagon Flickr / ajpittsley Located at the Riverfront Park in Spokane, this treasured wagon measures about 27-feet long, 13-feet wide, and 27-feet tall. 8. The longest natural sandspit in the U.S. Flickr / armadilo60 This 5.5-mile natural sandspit juts out from the northern edge of the Olympic Peninsula and encloses Dungeness Bay. 9. The oldest Starbucks Flickr / matt-davis The very first shop that turned the company into what it is today was located in Seattle. The oldest location can be found by Pike Place Market! 10. The largest privately owned collection of automobiles in the world Flickr / chris1254 Harold Lemay owned a successful waste management company, so he was able to save up for this grand collection. After his death, the city of Tacoma donated 10 acres of land next to the Tacoma Dome to showcase some of his cars, and some other ones still remain at the Lemay Family Collection at Marymount in Spanaway. 11. Ivar's Seafood Yelp / Liane L. This delicious chain is based in Seattle and has locations in the surrounding areas and also in Kennewick and Spokane. 12. The largest ferry system in the U.S. Flickr / jmiske The Washington State Ferries own 28 vessels and travel to 20 ports of call around the stunning Puget Sound. Our state is home to a lot of awesome things! What else can you find only here in Washington??