Tourism in Federal Way

Centered on Visitor Opportunity


Federal Way is home to lush gardens from the nationally renowned Pacific Bonsai Museum to the global collection of the Rhododendron  Species Botanical Garden to the seasonal garden of PowellsWood. 









Enjoy the breath taking views of the Olympic Mountain range while strolling along the waterfront of the Puget Sound.  Skimboard on the sandy beaches at Dash Point State Park.  Take in scents from the fir trees combined with the beauty of the native ornamentals that make Federal Way uniquely magnificent. 



Federal Way is home to the largest theme park in Washington state –  Wild Waves. It is also home to the King County Aquatic Center, one of the nation’s premier facilities where you can enjoy the same pool that Olympic swimmers and divers use to train and compete.  











Opened in the summer of 2017, visitors can take in a performance at the Performing Arts and Event Center which welcomes theatrical, musical, dance and spoken word performances including Grammy award winners along with international performers and local symphonic and choral organizations.












Tantalize your taste buds and satisfy your every craving. Cuisine from every region of the world and price point is at your fingertips. There are a number of great places to eat here in Federal Way. You have your choice of Seafood, Asian, Mediterranean, American, Casual and others. Stay in Federal Way, and eat different every night!



Federal Way is centrally located in the Seattle/Tacoma metropolitan area along the Puget Sound Inlet and shadowed by majestic Mount Rainier.  Find out first hand why nearly one million tourists annually visit Federal Way.​




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