- Our list of the best things to do in Bremerton, Washington, features the top 398 nearby activities — including 165 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Famous for the role it played in the Gulf of Tonkin incident, USS Turner Joy Museum ship is an old Vietnam battleship which offers insight into the life of navy personnel via guided tours of the premises which include the navigation equipment, damage control room, sick bay and more.
The chief attraction at Harborside Fountain Park are the variety of fountains, especially the new copper ones with their timed synchronous patterns of water. Located near the ferry docks, the park also offers beautiful views of the ferries floating by.
SEE Film Bremerton Cinema is a local theater with multiple screens and a seprate VIP lounge which offersreclining seats with drinks and other refreshments . The lobby has a modern look to it and is lined with digital posters of the ongoing shows.
The Puget Sound Navy Museum is one of twelve historic institutions that is funded and administered by the United States Navy. Permanent collections include items from the USS John C. Stennis, special operations submarines, and the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.
The Manette Bridge spans the Port Washington Narrows near the Puget Sound, connecting the cities of Bremerton and Manette. Wide pedestrian lanes provide walkers and bikers views of the sound and access to restaurants near the bridge.
Elanden Gardens, with their waterfront setting, offer beautiful views of the landscape designed by the owner who also owns a separate studio for his scupltures in the premises. The gardens include a collection of bonsai plants, a gift shop and a nursery.
With production facilities being available for public tours, Silver Brewery recently opened a restaurant where its creations can be tasted and enjoyed. A taproom adjacent to the plant also provides a place for brew sampling.
Bremerton Bug Museum has multiple exhibits, most of which are kid friendly, featuring a wide range of live reptiles and insects to help people know more about them. There is also a gift shop in the premises.