Bainbridge Island

As you approach Bainbridge Island by ferry or bridge, glimpse the quiet harbors and homes along the rocky shoreline and the densely forested hills. This vibrant, diverse community, rich in history, culture, and natural beauty, is ready for you to explore. Located 35 minutes by ferry from Seattle, the island enjoys a wonderful combination of farms, wineries, hiking trails, scenic vistas, and local arts. Please visit the City of Bainbridge Island website.

Bainbride Island Museum of Art

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
The art museum features themes and artists ranging from emerging and lesser known artists to recognized masters. The exhibitions will rotate on a regular basis – typically with the seasons and will amount to 12-16 shows per year. Click to learn more. 
Bainbridge Island Craft Beverages

Bainbridge Island Craft Beverages

Search here to find the great breweries, wineries and distilleries on the island for a weekend of tasting splendor!
Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial

Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial

Nidoto Nai Yoni, translated as "Let It Not Happen Again" is the motto and mission of the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial. The Memorial is located on the site of the former Eagledale ferry dock on Bainbridge Island, Washington
Bloedel Reserve

Bloedel Reserve

Explore this historical estate and the gardens that inspire avid gardeners and hobbyists alike!  Visit our Nature & Environment section to find other garden tours along your journey to the Kitsap Peninsula that will satisfy the needs of the green thumbs in your group.
Bainbridge Performing Arts

Bainbridge Performing Arts

Bainbridge Performing Arts promotes appreciation of and participation in the performing arts to build, educate and inspire our vibrant, creative community.