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You will love all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer when it comes to honoring those in the Armed Forces! The Evergreen State may be known for its coffee houses, gorgeous scenic terrain and abundant pine trees, but it’s also an incredible place for military families to take a vacation. Locals will also love to take advantage of all the incredible deals for military families.

Military Discounts in Washington

 

 

It’s great to know of all the wonderful states that do so many things to honor the military! The military discounts in Washington state are plentiful, so make certain you check out these great bargains the next time you travel!

Military Discounts in Washington

 

Seattle Aquarium
Seattle

With a valid military ID, enjoy $2.95 off admission for adults (13+) or $1.95 for children at the Seattle Aquarium. Explore the plants and animals of the Pacific Coral Reef, meet and greet the seals and otters, check out the interactive NASA kiosks and more. Daily activities like “Meet Our Octopus” (at noon and 4 p.m.) allow visitors to get up-close and personal with the animals in the aquarium. Ask questions about the giant Pacific octopus during this session or observe the “Underwater Dome Feeding” at 1:30 p.m. Seattle’s premiere spot for marine life is a center for education and fun at a discount for military families. This is definitely a great stop to plan out when in Washington on a trip or vacation.

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Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma

Students and military members receive a discounted admission rate at Tacoma Art Museum. Check out the latest exhibitions from Northwest artists including world-renowned glass artist and Tacoma-native David Chihuly’s extraordinary collection. Summer 2017 through late winter 2018 brings paintings focused on the history of Chinese migrants and the Transcontinental Railroad. Make certain to always check out their offered exhibits for the upcoming years and seasons as they change frequently. Permanent collections include Northwest, American, European, and Japanese Woodblock prints art. Discounted admission is just $13.

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America’s Car Museum
Tacoma

For a discounted admission of just $16, military members can check out America’s Car Museum, featuring custom American and British cars, Nascar displays, and a permanent collection of more than 250 automobiles spanning 100 years. Right now, check out the “Summer Drive Series” with convertibles from the 1950s and 1960s. Have your own fast and furious experience checking out these historic and gorgeous pieces of automotive history. You won’t believe how much the automobile industry has changed over the years!

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Woodland Park Zoo
Seattle

Check out 92 acres of natural habitat for different species of animals at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle. From the lions of the African Savanna to the brown bears of the Alaskan tundra, there are so many animals and places to explore at the zoo. Don’t forget to ride the historic carousel with the kids (for an additional cost). Remember: active, retired and veteran U.S. military personnel or military spouses will receive $5 off zoo admission at the gate for up to six (6) family members when presenting valid military ID.

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Washington State Fair
Puyallup

Visit the Washington State Fair where military families get free gate admission with valid ID on Mondays. In 2019, the fair is from August 30-September 22 and features the usual rides, huge names in concert music fun and so much more. You won’t want to miss the state’s incredible fair! Check out all the exciting events happening on their website so you can plan out your trip accordingly.

The next time you travel to Washington state, don’t forget to take advantage of these discounts for military families. Whether you are sipping coffee and checking out the animals in Seattle or exploring museums in Tacoma, there’s something for everyone in Washington. Try these military discounts in Washington the next time you visit the Pacific Northwest.

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It’s always amazing to see companies and varying businesses offering discounts to show support for those in the military. Many places may not advertise that they have any type of military discounts, but if you ask you may receive! Make it a habit to ask when you are vacationing or traveling. (Military Discount Tip? Disney offers discounts to military as well! There is a big price difference offered to military members and family, which is such an amazing surprise! Keep in mind that the tickets do need to be booked with Disney directly to receive the discount.)

Don’t forget this military discount tip….

Check with your local insurance companies for your house and auto as well! You may be able to get a big discount. Every penny saved is important. And please don’t forget about the option for VA loans, too!

Keep in mind that a lot of varying restaurants (fast food included) offer military discounts as well. It’s a great way to give thanks to all the men and women serving our country and fighting for our freedom.

 

Laura Prater is a long time Army wife, her husband just retired after 20 years Active Duty this past July. She, her husband, and family are still very active in the military community. Laura is an area volunteer for National Military Family Association and also contributes occasionally to MilitaryOneClick as part of their Blogger Brigade. In addition to all this Laura is a homeschool mom to their three boys. You can find Laura sharing her favorite recipes and chatting about faith, family, all things homemaking, and homeschool over at her other website www.awefilledhomemaker.com

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