1. Stronghold Worden State Park
You could without much of a stretch spend your entire end of the week at Fort Worden State Park. When an army installation intended to safeguard the Puget Sound, it’s home to deserted shelters, a plenty of very much kept up with strolling ways, a field that is breathtaking for flying kites and a lower ocean side total with the Marine Science Center (read: marine touch tanks and vertebrate skeletons), in addition to the beautiful Point Wilson Lighthouse. You can likewise remain for the time being in memorable structures at Fort Worden.
2. Aldrich’s Market and Chetzemoka Park
Settled in the core of uptown Port Townsend you’ll find Aldrich’s Market, Washington’s most established supermarket, first opened in 1895. This town most loved highlights neighborhood produce, delicious premade paninis and vast bites.After you hit Aldrich’s, go to the furthest limit of Lawrence Street to Chetzemoka Park. In the mid 1950s, white pilgrims came to Port Townsend and were invited by Chief Chetzemoka of the S’Klallam Tribe. The recreation area was devoted to him in 1904. With a huge expanse, swings, gazebo, play design and ocean side access, “Chetz” (as local people call it) has everything.
3. Rose Theater
You don’t need to see a film at the Rose Theater to experience its popular popcorn, however on the off chance that you get a brief look at within this old fashioned theater, you should get comfortable for a film.
4. Breakfast at Hudson Point Café
In the event that you’re searching for a family-accommodating breakfast spot with an extraordinary view, look at Hudson Point Café. Situated in the marina, it’s the ideal spot to watch boats go back and forth while you partake in a basic, delicious breakfast.
5. Hot cocoa at Velocity in the Northwest Maritime Center
At the point when it comes time for a midday jolt of energy, take the children to Velocity. This bistro presents quality brews in a scanty however warm setting. Examine the appended Northwest Maritime Center Shop while you hang tight for your espresso. For grown-ups and bold children, I suggest attempting the hot mocha, made with dim chocolate, Himalayan salt, cayenne and cinnamon
6. Finnriver Farm and Cidery
Only 15 minutes beyond Port Townsend, Finnriver River Farm and Cidery ought not be missed. This more current cidery has in no time turned into a neighborhood staple for all year fun. Here you’ll track down an outdoors working with radiators in the wintertime and shade in the late spring. On ends of the week, dance to folksy neighborhood performers. While this is a hard-juice spot, don’t be stopped — Finnriver is 100% youngster well disposed. Go for a stroll in the plantation, attempt your focus on cornhole or let the children wear themselves out climbing the huge jungle gym tires. Did I specify Finnriver has heavenly, natural and privately obtained food?
7. Jefferson Museum of Art and History
Port Townsend has a large group of fun little galleries, yet don’t miss the Jefferson Museum of Art and History. Wonder about our sea history, which incorporates an astonishing measure of Victorian-period show. Reward: If you have a fidgety young person, go to Pope Marine Park across the road to get the squirms out.
8. Raised Ice Cream and Candy Shop
Fun reality: Elevated Ice Cream initially began selling frozen yogurt out of an antique Victorian lift confine. Presently in a bigger space, it presents quality hand crafted kinds of both customary frozen yogurt and sans dairy Italian ice. Generally go for a plain old cone, yet the shop’s construct your-own desserts and made-on-the-spot milkshakes are spectacular.
9. Window shopping
Port Townsend is a traveler town, and that implies it has a plenty of charming shops. Walk the length of Water Street for toy stores, knickknack shops and that’s just the beginning. Whistle Stop Toys will meet your conventional toy store needs, while Abracadabra offers quirkier gifts for youngsters and grown-ups the same. Love books? Look at the Imprint Bookstore’s children’s segment or get lost among the vast piles of trade-in books at William James Bookseller.
10. An abundance of celebrations
I concede, as a Port Townsend neighborhood, I’ve feigned exacerbation at the zillions of celebrations we have. Love jazz? Come in July for the Jazz Port Townsend Festival. Love boats? Look at the Wooden Boat Festival in September. Searching for a fun youngster march, pet motorcade, excellent procession and festival? Bookmark the Rhododendron Festival for the following spring. Children will cherish the very close exhibitions of Shakespeare in the Park and the odd imagination that goes into Port Townsend’s yearly Kinetic Sculpture Race in October.