The Best things to do in

Port townsend Washington

If ever there was a beautiful, must-visit American town, Port Townsend, Washington has to be it.  Located at the northeastern tip of the Olympic Peninsula in the Puget Sound, Port Townsend experiences a temperate climate year-round and is best known for its Victorian architecture and natural beauty.

There are botanical secrets At Chetzemoka Park that are just waiting to be discovered. Bring a picnic and stroll through the expansive gardens of donated tropical flowers.

Chetzemoka Park

The turn-of-the-century bunkers at Fort Worden are widespread throughout the park, but our favorites are nestled into the bluffs overlooking the Straits of San Juan de Fuca and the Puget Sound.

The Point Wilson Lighthouse is one of 19 U.S. lighthouses still standing along the Puget Sound.

You will find dozens of boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants in the downtown area. There are so many cool stores explore, and everything is just a stone’s throw from the waterfront.

The festival happens each year in early September and features three days of activities, workshops, boat tours, music, and more.

There is a huge variety of marine life in the Puget Sound and Salish Sea. The Puget Sound Express offers daily whale watching excursions between April and September.