Quality Inn & Suites
4303 Kitsap Way
Bremerton, WA 98312-2445
Phone: (360) 405-1111
Fax: (360) 377-0597
At Silver City Brewery, the goal is to produce brews that seasoned beer drinkers will find authentic and yet have their own, distinct touch. The beers manufactured here have become rather popular and in addition to the brewery, can be found at bars and restaurants across the Puget Sound region. If you want to enjoy original beers in a friendly atmosphere, then this is the place you want to be at.
If, after visiting the Pacific Planetarium, people are more knowledgeable about astronomy and science in general, then the management will heave a sigh of relief. To inspire people of the Puget Sound region, regardless of age, to take an interest in science and the world around them, is the ultimate goal. The planetarium, with its 28 seats, is a family-friendly venue where being inquisitive is encouraged. There are different categories of shows held here-public, school programs & even private events. Private shows need to be reserved at least two weeks in advance, and can only be held after 5p. This is a great place to discover a whole new world in the sky.
Located in Eagle Harbor, nine miles west of Seattle, Washington; Harbour Marina offers over 50 slips, temporary moorage, laundry facilities, a pump out station, showers, and more.
Tastings at Eleven Winery are available 12 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays. The tasting room is a co-op with Eagle Harbor Wine Company. Eleven Winery produces such selections as Malbec, Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Pinot Gris Port, and Cabernet Port.
100% of Bainbridge Island Vineyards & Winery's wines are Island-grown. Wine selections include Pinot Gris, M
Formerly a timber baron's private home and gardens, Bloedel Reserve is now an exquisite 150-acre pastoral preserve. The French-influenced house has been turned into a visitor's center and wedding setting, but it's the ornamental gardens that you'll be lured by. Each garden has a different style. They include the reflecting pool, the Japanese Zen sand garden and teahouse, the moss garden, the azalea garden, the rhododendron hillside, and the forested and grassy wilderness areas. Reservations are a must especially during holidays. Sadly, no picnics are allowed on these beautiful grounds, so make sure you eat before you come.
A major landmark in West Seattle, Alki Point is constantly brimming with locals and tourists. Alki Point Lighthouse and Alki Beach being the major tourist attraction, this location offers a plethora of options to spend a delightful day. Alki Point sees numerous swimmers and surfing enthusiasts indulging in their favorite sport. Besides, concerts and live acts held here are a major crowd puller.
Located one block from Alki Beach, this little museum houses a rotating series of exhibits that focuses on West Seattle, which has been called 'the birthplace of Seattle'. Incorporating fascinating artifacts and charming audio and video presentations, the exhibits strive to combine information on settlers and the native Duwamish and Suquamish tribes. The museum's ongoing oral history project provides a continuing flow of new stories. Events are held monthly for kids and special-interest groups. A small gift shop keeps the same hours as the museum.
Just a few blocks south from the beach blanket and ice cream shack mayhem of Alki Beach, Schmitz Park is a veritable time warp back to a Seattle before the European settlers came. Home to the only remaining stand of old-growth forest in the city, it's been left alone for wanderers to discover. Some of the cedars are 800 years old!
This two-and-a-half-mile strip of sandy beach is one of the most popular beaches in the area, and it was also where Seattle's first non-Native American settlers spent their first winter. In warm weather, Alki Beach is crowded with sunbathers, swimmers and families. For athletic types, there are volleyball games. The beach is also lined with a path, great for walking, jogging, biking and skating. Across the street there are several cafes and restaurants where you can stop in for a bite after a day in the sea air.
Brinnon is a small town located on the lap of the Olympic mountains and near the Olympic Forest, as well as on the shore of the Puget Sound. In close proximity to these tropical picturesque sights, Brinnon offers a wide variety of camping, backpacking and other recreational activities, as well as waterfalls, low-lakes and salt water beaches. The town also hosts an annual ShrimpFest, one of the largest and most acclaimed in the country! Fresh oysters, which you can gather yourself, are an additional scrumptious specialty here.
Hidden away in the southern reaches of West Seattle, Lincoln Park in many respects is the ultimate archetype of a Seattle park. Big but not too big, woodsy but not too densely forested, everything is just right. The beach is perfect for exploring, the meadows just right for Frisbee and the picnic areas nicely sheltered. And, Colman Pool—open only during summer- lets you experience the salty waters of Puget Sound without the icy temperatures. If that doesn't provide waves enough, walk out of the park to the south and hop the ferryboat for a scenic 15-minute ride over to Vashon Island.