The village streets of this once bustling logging town haven't changed much since the 1850s. Today this very popular tourist destination is filled with unique textile, antique and gift shops, mouth-watering restaurants and a historic theater. Many of the businesses are located in original New England-style homes that have been restored and preserved, along with the town's general store and stately church, shown above. While you're in town, visit the hilltop cemetery and look for the grave of the first US sailor killed in battle in the Northwest. Port Gamble is also famous for it's paranormal activity and hosts an annual Ghost Conference in October. Read our blog for more info, then plan your trip.