- The list below includes 92 free or cheap things to do in or near Port Townsend, Washington, including 89 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, National & State Parks, Music Venue and Breweries.
- From Fort Worden State Park to Chetzemoka Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Port Townsend and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sequim, Oak Harbor, La Conner and Langley.
This 434 acre park has more than two miles of shoreline to enjoy the Pacific Ocean and views. The high bluffs provide a scenic view of the Puget Sound. Historic buildings give you plenty to explore on this 19th century fort. Behaved pets welcome.
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1370 Old Fort Townsend Rd, Port Townsend, WA 98368 MoreLess Info
An overnight camping site, Fort Townsend State Park is ideal for hikers and outdoorsmen of all ages. Located on Port Townsend Bay, boating, swimming and saltwater fishing are also a popular activity at this locale.
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Tyler St. Between Lawrence and Clay, Port Townsend, WA MoreLess Info
From fresh produce to live music, Port Townsend Farmers Market is one of the largest small town markets in the country. There are over 70 vendors, artisan cheese makers, bakers, and farmers that attend the market weekly.
Marrowstone Point Lighthouse was built in 1918. It is the smallest lighthouse on Puget Sound. The Marrowstone Point Lighthouse is adjacent to Fort Flagler State Park. It continues to be an important navigational aid in north Puget Sound.
Founded in 2002, the Northwind Arts Center is a non-profit arts center dedicated to promoting creativity in the local area. Art exhibitions, educational programs, and workshops are among the services and events at the center.
This artist complex provides musical, dance, and theater entertainment for all ages. Partnered with Fort Warden State Park, they offer art paired with nature classes. Residences are also available to artists wishing to immerse themselves in their art.
With over 400 lighting fixtures, this museum will give you a look into the decor items of the depression years during 1928 through 1938. There are items on display that are so rare they cannot be seen any ware else.