Things to Do in Bellevue, WA

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43.5 Miles
96% 28 votes
Arts Centers 2409 Jefferson St., Port Townsend, WA MoreLess Info
Founded in 2002, the Northwind Arts Center is a non-profit arts center dedicated to promoting creativity in the local area. Art exhibitions, educational programs, and workshops are among the services and events at the center.
43.6 Miles
90% 10 votes
Theaters 1128 Lawrence Street, Port Townsend, WA 98368 MoreLess Info
Performing classic and modern plays, the Key City Public Theatre also performs Shakespeare in the park during the summer. Drinks, beer, wine, and other refreshments are available in the theater for patrons to purchase.
43.6 Miles
92% 38 votes
Breweries 330 10th Street, Port Townsend, WA 98368 MoreLess Info
Port Townsend Brewing offers 10 home brewed ales, scheduled live entertainment, outdoor patio and a small tasting room to kick back and enjoy a great custom brewed beer with friends; rental items are also available for weddings and special events.
43.6 Miles
100% 11 votes
Movie Theaters 1120 Lawrence St, Port Townsend, WA MoreLess Info
Digital presentation and Dolby Digital surround sound round out the movie-going experience at Uptown Theater. Stop by the Uptown Coffee Bar for coffee, tea, cookies and more before the show.
43.6 Miles
100% 50 votes
Farmers Markets Tyler St. Between Lawrence and Clay, Port Townsend, WA MoreLess Info
From fresh produce to live music, Port Townsend Farmers Market is one of the largest small town markets in the country. There are over 70 vendors, artisan cheese makers, bakers, and farmers that attend the market weekly.
43.7 Miles
96% 181 votes
Parks Jackson St, Port Townsend, WA MoreLess Info
Walk along the seaside, play with the kids in the play area, or have a BBQ surrounded by arbors, flowers and trees. Kitchen and gazebo amenities make this a perfect wedding location.
43.9 Miles
93% 56 votes
Specialty Museums 2000 Sims Way, Port Townsend, WA 98368 MoreLess Info
With over 400 lighting fixtures, this museum will give you a look into the decor items of the depression years during 1928 through 1938. There are items on display that are so rare they cannot be seen any ware else.
44.2 Miles
95% 371 votes
National & State Parks Whidbey Island, Coupeville, WA MoreLess Info
Fort Casey Sate Park is 467-acres of marine front scenic picnic areas and campgrounds, with a light house and the historic Fort Casey complete with WWII artillery guns; plenty of room to hike and bike.
44.2 Miles
94% 406 votes
Nature & Wildlife Areas 100 Brown Farm Rd, Olympia, WA 98516 MoreLess Info
Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge visitor activities include wild life photography, limited hunting, limited boat access only fishing, self-guided and ranger lead tours, and wildlife viewing. Kids can also explore the Nature Explore Area or join the Junior Refuge Manager Program. The program is free.
44.6 Miles
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Parks 8855 Campus Glen Dr NE, Lacey, WA 98516 MoreLess Info
Meridian Neighborhood Park is a nice sized green space with slides, jungle gym, swings, and a climbing wall. The park also has paved trails for jogging and walking, a basketball court, and picnic areas.