Admiral Theatre - A 750-seat performing arts center presenting professional artists and hosting a variety of community events.
Bainbridge Performing Arts - The community based Bainbridge Performing Arts presents year round live entertainment at The Playhouse with theatre, comedy, music, and dance, plus auditions and Theatre School classes. The Playhouse Gallery features a rotating exhibit featuring local artists.
Aurora Valentinetti Puppet Museum - A museum of theatrical puppets dedicated to puppetry, fun and education. Representing many different puppet types and different cultures from around the world. The museum also features a hands-on children's activity area.
Kitsap Forest Theater - Set in a natural amphitheater located near Bremerton Washington, is believed to be one of the oldest outdoor theaters in the United States.
Puget Sound Navy Museum - Up-close look at life on the sea, important moments for the Navy and the history of the Naval Shipyard. Children can grab hold of the captains steering wheel and pretend to steer a boat to safety. Be sure to see the Japanese swords collections, a real mine and the Russian uniforms.
Kitsap Historical Museum - Housed in an historic 1950 bank building, the Museum features professionally designed exhibits showcasing the finest and most extensive collection of Kitsap County artifacts in the area. Take a step back in time - from the ice age to WWI, or stroll down Main Street, Kitsap County.
Naval Undersea Museum - Combines naval history, undersea technology, and marine science to create an exciting and educational experience for visitors. The modern building offers visitors the largest collection of naval undersea artifacts in the United States.
Port Angeles Fine Art Center - Located in the shadow of Olympia National Park, its superlative physical setting provides an inspiring frame for cultural offerings. The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center is open all year round and presents exhibits of visual art in all media.
Olympic Theatre Arts - A little theater for the performing arts which strives to entertain, educate, and inspire community involvement through theatrical and artistic experiences. Check to see what is playing!
Bainbridge Island Historical Museum - Located within the restored, 1908 Island Center School in Strawberry Hill Park, Bainbridge Island Historical Museum features photos, artifacts, videos, and friendly docents interpreting Island history, folklore, archaeology, cultural diversity, architecture and natural wonder.
Bremerton Community Theatre - An all volunteer, non-profit community theatre producing 5 shows, including 1 musical each Sept - June season.
Feiro Marine Life Center - An educational and scientific organization promoting marine education and conservation and is located on the City Pier in Port Angeles.
Forks Timber Museum - If you ever wanted to learn anything about loggers of the past and their tools of the trade, the Forks Timber Museum is the place to stop.The museum displays exhibits depicting local history dating back to the 1870s.
USS Turner Joy - A restored Vietnam era destroyer that can be toured from the boiler room to the bridge. See the All Veterans POW memorial & the narrated WWII sea battles exhibit.
Makah Cultural & Research Center Museum - Recognized the nation's finest tribal museum, welcomes visitors to experience the life of pre-contact Makah people. The permanent exhibits include artifacts from the Ozette collection, uncovered from a Makah village partially buried by a mudslide nearly 500 years ago.
Olympic Game Farm - Among many others, Olympic Game Farm offers buffalo, tigers, zebras, wolves, yaks and three varieties of bears for the public to enjoy. The farm also features an aquarium. The walking and driving tours leave visitors with vivid memories of these amazing creatures.
Port Gamble Historic Museum - Stroll through actual furnished settings and experience the dynamic story of Port Gamble. Learn about the founders of this National Historic Landmark and the lives of those who lived, worked and played here and helped write its story. There are many heirlooms, artifacts, and photographs from the early 1800's.
Olympic National Park - Here you will find Pacific Ocean beaches, rain forest valleys, glacier-capped peaks and a stunning variety of plants and animals. Roads provide access to the outer edges of the park, but the heart of Olympic is wilderness; a primeval sanctuary for humans and wild creatures alike.
The Museum and Arts Center - Located in sunny Sequim, the museum exhibits include mammoth and mastodon specimens, artifacts, and a video on the Manis Mastodon excavation. Changing exhibits include local artists, military exhibits, S'Klallam tribal exhibit, and pioneer history displays.