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  • 1 Big Rock Garden Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    2900 Sylvan Street USA - Bellingham, WA 98226

    A former nursery, the small, serene city-owned garden occupies a high wooded plot in a suburban neighborhood. Ferns, evergreens, rhododendrons, azaleas and Japanese maples are grouped in a naturalistic style reminiscent of Japanese gardens and broken..

  • 2 Fairhaven Historic District Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    12th St & Old Fairhaven USA - Bellingham, WA

    Along Bellingham Bay south of downtown, Fairhaven was established by smuggler "Dirty" Dan Harris in the 1870s. By the 1890s, with the area in a wild economic boom overspeculation that the Great Northern Railroad would locate its terminus he..

  • 3 Whatcom Museum of History & Art Interesting

    Museums and art

    121 Prospect St. USA - Bellingham, WA 98225

    This four-building museum complex is devoted to the region's cultural and artistic history centers. Its main building is the eye-catching former Old City Hall. Built in 1892 in the ornate style of Victorian civic architecture, the turreted red-brick ..

  • 4 Maritime Heritage Center

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    1600 C St. USA - Bellingham, WA 98225

    Below the Prospect Street bluffs, this 10-acre park along Whatcom Creek was the site of the city's first settlement (1852), a sawmill fueled by the Whatcom (a Lummi word meaning "noisy water"). Trails landscaped with native flora now follow..

  • 5 Roeder Home

    Museums and art

    2600 Sunset Dr. USA - Bellingham, WA 98225

    Now owned by Whatcom County, this substantial 1908 sandstone-and-brick home was built by Victor Roeder, son of one of the county's pioneering settlers, Henry Roeder. The house exemplifies what was considered the most modern of features for its time, ..

  • 6 Sehome Arboretum

    Nature and gardens

    800 E. Myrtle St. USA - Bellingham, WA 98225

    On Sehome Hill adjacent to the Western Washington University campus, 70 acres of forests provide a quiet natural reserve. Seven miles of trails loop through the mostly evergreen forests. A summit-top tower affords views of Bellingham Bay and the San ..

  • 7 Squalicum Harbor

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    1801 Roeder Ave. USA - Bellingham, WA 98225

    On Bellingham Bay, this large marina area is fronted by working terminal and administrative buildings related to the city's maritime industry. The small Marine Life Center holds several touch pools with anemones, starfish and other marine life. In su..

  • 8 Western Washington University

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    516 High St. USA - Bellingham, WA 98225

    Established in 1893 as a "normal school" to train teachers, this institution now serves as the major state university in northern Washington. Some 10,600 undergraduate students are enrolled in the university's five colleges, with an additio..

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