WA Posted in Washington July 14, 2015 by Nikki Cleveland These 10 Unique Attractions in Washington Are A Must Visit This Summer Why stay home this summer when you can stop by one of these fascinating attractions around Washington? 1. Hat & Boots - Seattle Flickr / sean_oneill Seattleites can appreciate this country-themed landmark south of downtown in Georgetown! It was originally built in 1954 as part of a Western-themed gas station. 2. Kamiak Butte - Whitman County Flickr / seattleforge If you're looking to admire the natural beauty our state offers, this park has a stunning panoramic view of the Palouse region! 3. Roozengaarde - Mount Vernon Flickr / mytravelphotos Plan a trip to this striking garden to gaze at the rows and rows of gorgeous flowers! 4. Adventura Aerial Adventure Park - Woodinville Adventura This park just outside of Emerald City has some exhilarating outdoor climbing experiences, a variety of enjoyable activities and challenging obstacles! 5. Bobs's Java Jive - Tacoma Flickr / grenade Though you may be surprised this isn't a cafe, this iconic building actually provides an entertaining evening full of live music, beer & karaoke! 6. Sequim Hot Air Balloon Rides Facebook / Morning Star Balloon Co. You can witness an unforgettable view of Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Forest, Vancouver Island in Canada, the San Juan Islands, Mount Baker and the Cascade Range on a hot air balloon flight through Morning Star Balloon Company! 7. Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens - Greenbank Flickr / studio-d These botanical gardens on Whidbey Island may draw you in with their exquisiteness at first, but you'll stay to take pictures for hours. 8. Stonehenge - Maryhill Flickr / badgopher Our Northwest replica of the renowned England monument is a sight every Washingtonian has to see! 9. Mary Lou's Milk Bottle - Spokane Flickr / chrstphre Got milk? This Spokane restaurant does! Its quirky, distinctive architecture and tasty menu options make it hard to resist. 10. The Fremont Troll - Seattle Flickr / brookward This troll sculpture underneath the Aurora Bridge in the Fremont neighborhood is clutching an actual Volkswagen Beetle! Ready for a Northwest road trip yet? What other attractions in Washington are a must visit?