- Our list of the best things to do in Bellingham, Washington, features the top 132 nearby activities — including 78 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bellingham, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Water Activities, and Entertainment & Shows.
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Whatcom Falls Park is built around Whatcom creek which runs through multiple waterfalls made by Lake Whatcom as it flows down. There are a variety of multi-purpose paths, trails that go through beautiful forested areas and well-maintained picnic grounds in the park.
Fairhaven Historic District comprises of a variety of small shops ranging from grocery stores and farmer's market to shops for gourmet purchases as well as many cafes and art galleries built in old historic buildings.
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Triad River Tours â€' Day Tours is a white water rafting excursion company that offers an eagle watching tour, a wine tasting adventure, and a river nature trip. The company runs tours on the Salmon, Owyhee, and Snake Rivers.
Many outdoor activities are available at Lake Padden Park. Visitors can enjoy facilities such as an outdoor basketball court, multipurpose fields, walking paths, hiking trails, playground, picnic tables, barbeque grills, and a golf course.
Exciting and interactive exhibits at the Spark Museum of Electrical Invention help to make learning about the history of electricity and radio fun. Inventions and innovations that changed the course of human history are on display, and electric shows are held every weekend.
Pickford Film Center is a local independent theater that shows a variety of quality programs including documentaries on its two screens which are situated inside a restored building dating back to 19th century. The film center also owns a cafe and a lobby.
The route formerly used by the Interurban Trolley that ran from Seattle to Everett was converted to the Interurban Trail several decades ago. Walkers, joggers, and bikers are allowed to enjoy the 5.5 mile trail for recreational purposes since it runs separate from motorized traffic in the area.
Village Books is a local independent book store with an extesive collection of new, used as well as bargain books and friendly customer care. The cafe on the upper floors offers scenic views of the town during sunset.
Featuring top performances in comedy and improvisation, the Upfront Theater is the creation of Ryan Stiles, an actor most known for his work on 'Whose Line Is It Anyway'. Acting and theater classes are also offered at this venue.