- Our list of the best things to do in Poulsbo, Washington, features the top 384 nearby activities — including 162 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Poulsbo, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Food & Drink, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 29 things to do within the city of Poulsbo, WA , followed by 355 popular activities in nearby cities, including Woodinville, Seattle, Kirkland, Bremerton, Edmonds, Bainbridge Island, Lynnwood, Port Orchard, Bellevue, Redmond, Bothell, Langley, Mukilteo, Silverdale, Everett, Port Townsend, Burien, Shoreline, Snohomish, Clinton and Freeland
Lions Park offers a range of recreational activities and sports. They have two tennis courts, restrooms and picnic areas with picnic tables, playground with swings and a big open area with sporadic shade trees to lay a blanket down.
At Dancing Brush Creative Art Studio, customers paint ceramics and create their own household objects, such as bowls, teacups and other useful items. The items are then fired in their kilns and can be picked up in 3-7 days.
A movie theater with 10 screens, Regal Poulsbo Stadium 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, a game room and a concession area with food and drinks.
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Northwest Electric Boat Rentals offers a wide variety of aquatic experiences for visitors. The company rents sailboats, power boats, electric boats, and row boats, and also features wildlife cruises and dinner cruises.
A cooperative art gallery, Verksted Gallery was founded by two local artists in 1987 and is now comprised of over 36 cooperative artists. Featured pieces include stained glass, colored pencil art, woven what, Polaroid image transfers, and more.
Housed with the Martinson cabin, a 100-year old building, the Martinson House Museum offers a view of Washington State at the turn of the 20th century. The museum features a collection of artifacts dating from the 1880s to 1930.
Bloedel Reserve is an arboretum comprising of natural woodlands and a wide range of landscaped gardens such as a Japanese garden, a Moss garden as well as a reflection pool and waterfalls. Access to these sites is made available through a mulch path passing through the reserve.