Bremerton

Bremerton lies east of the Olympic Mountains across Puget Sound from Seattle. Please visit the City of Bremerton website for more information on the city's attractions, events and things to do.

 

USS Turner Joy & Other Military-Veteran Attractions

USS Turner Joy & Other Military-Veteran Attractions

There are dozens of historic military and memorial sites in and round the Kitsap Peninsula region. For more information, visit our Military & Veterans section.

Special Places

Special Places

Children will enjoy a visit to the popular Valentinetti Puppet Museum & Evergreen Theatre and, just to the west of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, look for the Bug Museum filled with crawly creatures. 

          

Kitsap Conference Center

Kitsap Conference Center

Located on the waterfront next to the WA State Ferry terminal, the Kitsap Conference Center has sweeping views of Sinclair Inlet. It's the perfect venue for meetings, weddings, and other events. Click for details.

Fast Ferry Service available between Bremerton and Seattle!

Kitsap Transit now has two convenient locations on the Kitsap Peninsula to provide passenger ferry service to Seattle and back: Bremerton-Seattle and Kingston-Seattle. The weekday schedule serves commuters, residents, and visitors with early morning and late afternoon runs.

Click here for the Bremerton schedule.

Click here for a pdf of the Fast Ferry System Map.

Public Plazas, Fountains, Parks & Memorials

Public Plazas, Fountains, Parks & Memorials

Visit the fabulous fountains, public plazas, parks and memorials around the Bremerton waterfront and Arts District. The Harborside Fountain Park includes the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Memorial Plaza dedicated to shipyard workers and the shipyard founder, Lt. Ambrose Wycoff. The historic USS Turner Joy is located at the Haborside/Mentor Boardwalk. For more information, visit our Military & Veterans section.
USS Turner Joy