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Orcas Island Historical Museum - Seeking to educate, inspire, entertain and involve the community and visitors in the stewardship of the area's unique island history. The museum facility is comprised of six, original, homestead cabins, with each cabin serving as a space for interpreting the island's history.

Western Washington Center-Arts - Presenting, preserving and promoting the arts, especially the theatre arts. Part of the vision is to help make Port Orchard and the Kitsap Peninsula a destination for tourism for all to enjoy.

The Bloedel Reserve - A leisurely stroll along all the trails and paths is recommended for first-time visitors. This two-hour walk showcases the interweaving of formal gardens and natural woodlands for which the Reserve has won international acclaim.

Gig Harbor Peninsula Historical Society - At the museum you will find top-rate exhibitions, larger than life experiences, and lots of opportunities for hands-on exploration of the region's rich history.

Island County Historical Society Museum - The museum's exhibits provide a stimulating environment for the study of Island County's rich and fascinating cultural and geological history. The helpful staff creates a unique learning experience, and offers the museum's many resources to you.

Kitsap Tours Limited - Join a full or half day tour and get off the beaten path to navigate a territory of eclectic communities, lush landscapes, spectacular views and fascinating history in luxury mini buses with knowledgeable driver/guides.

Paradise Theatre - The mission is to provide engaging theatre experiences of the highest quality that will uplift and entertain!

San Juan Community Theatre & Arts - Offers year-round performances of drama, comedies, musicals, dance and music of every kind, featuring island talents and world-class touring performers.

San Juan Historical Museum - The most northwestern museum in the continental U.S. The museum is located on the James King homestead, which is over 100 years old. The museum complex consists of the original farmhouse, the first county jail, a turn-of-the-century log cabin, barn, milk house, and carriage house.

Whidbey Children's Theater - Dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children by creating opportunities for them to discover, experience and participate in the performing arts.

San Juan Islands Museum of Art and Sculpture Park - Connecting People with Art that Inspires, Challenges, Enlightens and Educates. Offers more than 85 works by some of the region's best known and emerging sculptors.

Anacortes Community Theatre - Community theater offering several performances each season to uplift and entertain.

Whidbey Island Greenbank Farm - Festivals, barbeques, weddings, walks through the fields and forests, wetland bird watching, picnics on the lawns around the pond, antique auto shows and athletic events are just some of the ways this land has served the public

Island Adventures, Inc. - There are many companies to choose from while searching for the right whale watching tour. Island Adventures offers the best boat, the best location, guaranteed whale sightings, and lots of extras including a highly qualified staff that really separates them from the rest.

Island Stage Left - Providing free professional quality theatre to the residents of the San Juan Islands and to its visitors. Each summer in July and August, Stage Left, in a stunning outdoor setting, presents another production in its continuing series "Shakespeare under the Stars".

Northwest Ballet Theater - The purpose of the Northwest Ballet Theatre is to produce exciting ballets for all audiences to enjoy and to give young dancers and opportunity to have a complete "dance experience" that will have a positive and transforming effect on their lives.

Roche Harbor - Situated on the North end of one of the most beautiful islands in the State of Washington, San Juan Island. Roche Harbor has been a favorite "get away" destination for many visitors from all over the world who come back time and again for its country charm and ambiance.

The Sidney Art Gallery and Museum - The Gallery features a monthly exhibition of works of Northwest artists, from brilliant stained glass to nostalgic watercolors. Creative gifts are offered for all occasions: original paintings, prints, pottery, sculptures, wood carvings, blown glass and jewelry

The FunHouse - An amazing cornucopia of fun, featuring hands-on interactive exhibits about science, sports, geography, music, history and the human body. There's also a pitching cage with speed gun, an art studio, a recording studio with musical instruments, a video production room, a climbing wall and much more.

The Whale Museum - Promotes stewardship of whales and the Salish Sea ecosystem through education and research. The museum is located in a historic building in downtown Friday Harbor, only 3 blocks from the ferry landing. See fun and educational exhibits about whales, watch free videos, and more.

Whidbey Island Center for the Arts - A performing art center providing live theatre performances including plays, dance music, concerts, workshops and more.

The Whidbey Playhouse - Year-round community theater dedicated to providing quality theatrical experiences to people of all ages.