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Bainbridge Vineyards offers premium, hand crafted wines that is made exclusively from island grown grapes and fruit. Bainbridge Vineyards produces approximately 1200 cases annually and invites visitors to sample their wines in their tasting room.
61% 23 votes
8989 Day Road East, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 MoreLess Info
Tastings and wine sales are available at the Bainbridge Island Vineyards & Winery on the weekends. Yet, there is no actual tour of the vineyards or facilities that is open to the general public.
93% 14 votes
9415 Coppertop Loop Suite 102, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 MoreLess Info
Only the highest quality grapes in Washington State are used at the Fletcher Bay Winery, which specializes in handcrafted premium red wines. The winery has won a number of awards for their wines and incorporates French oak in their wines.
Riverside Guide Service provides fishing charters, fishing guides and salmon fishing, including gear, bait and a fishing boat. Trips are offered for five salmon species, plus sturgeon, American shad and steelhead.
Sightseeing tours from Seattle can be accessed through Kitsap Tours. The tours cover Bainbridge Island, the Kitsap Peninsula, and the Olympic Peninsula and are conducted in spacious tour vans with wide windows.
Spanning 50 acres along Eagle Harbor, Pritchard Park houses the Japanese American Internment Memorial, and 17 acres of forested trails. These trails are home to over 40 species of plants, and over 40 bird species.
Kids Discovery Museum offers a wide range of entertaining activities for younger kids. The museum includes multiple hands on play area replicas of grocery store, office, ferry boat and construction to name a few. There is a separate section for infants as well as an inbuilt gift store.