- 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.
Beautiful and scenic, Manchester State Park is a great place for outdoor fun. Along with campsites, the park offers water access for fishing, boating and swimming. A volleyball court and hiking trails can also be enjoyed by park visitors.
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.
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280 Fourth Street, Bremerton, WA 98337 MoreLess Info
Kitsap Historical Society & Museum is a historical museum dedicated to preserving and exhibiting the heritage and history of Kitsap County. Attractions include numerous temporary and permanent exhibits as well as various special events and programs.
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.
Visitors to Gold Creek Trout Farm don't need a fishing license, poles, or any other equipment as everything necessary is provided before fishing the stocked, shallow pond. They will also clean the fish and there are several picnic tables.
300 Washington Beach Avenue, Bremerton, WA 98337 MoreLess Info
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.
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300 Washington Beach Ave, Bremerton, WA 98337 MoreLess Info
Holding the 1950s era Naval Destroyer named the USS Turner Joy, the Bremerton Historic Ships Association works to keep the historic Destroyer maintained. It is currently open to the public throughout the year and even hosts Haunted Ship events during October.
A 137-acre marine park, Fort Ward Park is located along Rich Passage and features heavily forested areas and views of the Olympic Mountains. The park can be used for fishing, boating, picnics, hiking, water sports and wildlife viewing.