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Bainbridge Island Historical Museum

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Bainbridge Island Historical Museum

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215 Ericksen Ave NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110-1855
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All Inclusive - Bainbridge Island Luxury Winery Tour
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All Inclusive - Bainbridge Island Luxury Winery Tour

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Just a 30 minute ferry ride from downtown Seattle and you'll be among the best wineries and wine tasting in Washington! You may have heard about some of the award-winning wines grown and produced on Bainbridge Island, but you have to experience the charm first hand. Our winemakers love what they do, and our tour guides will help show you the way to an experience of a lifetime!<br><br>✓ Visit 3-4 of the island's wineries and meet with the winemakers.<br><br>✓ Up to 15 tastings!<br><br>✓ Receive V.I.P. treatment, possibly get to taste from the barrel of the newest<br><br>wines!<br><br>✓ Complimentary Tour Bainbridge souvenir wine glass.<br><br>✓ Local Bainbridge Island Tour Guide<br><br>✓ Transportation in a Luxury Vehicle
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Nita B wrote a review Feb 2020
Bainbridge Island, Washington24 contributions9 helpful votes
In addition to a VERY NICE, and free, (donations excepted), museum, this place has a small café with both inside and outside eating area. There is an auditorium and the choir I sing with presented our holiday show they are this past Christmas. I have been to numerous other events there also including a beautiful display of Hispanic Cinco de Mayo and October’s Day of the Dead. The museum is next-door to a wine bar and a fun place to get numerous craft beers. All located one block up from the ferry dock on Bainbridge Island. Definitely worth a day trip on the ferry to Bainbridge.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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lord1715 wrote a review Feb 2020
Snohomish, Washington25 contributions3 helpful votes
Great information! My granddaughter did school project on the interments of Japanese Americans. I like to provide experiences to back up information gathered from books and internet. We paired this visit with a visit to the Japanese Interment Memorial. This museum had great information on the interment.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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NazihahMalik wrote a review Oct 2019
Kirkland, Washington3 contributions
Small, informative walkthrough. Was well worth it. There was a scavenger hunt available for the younger kids, a modern exhibit abt local music. Jordan was so sweet, and gave us a quick walk-through. I admire how humbly the museum has honored Japanese American heritage and brutal history. What was also interesting was the exhibit on the Filipino-Native American descendants.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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backpacker31 wrote a review Oct 2019
Boynton Beach, Florida5,376 contributions1,009 helpful votes
If you’re a first time visitor to Bainbridge Island, make this your first stop. Here, you will learn about the forced removal of all Japanese citizens during WWII prior to being taken to internment camps, trace the island’s history back to the Suquamish and Chief Seattle, learn about the island’s role in the forestry industry, be surprised about the humble beginnings of pickleball, and more. There are many artifacts and memorabilia to see. Several videos help in telling these stories. The lovely woman staffing the museum (I’m sorry I never got her name) was a treasure-trove of information about the island. She was genuinely interested in sharing her vast knowledge with visitors and obviously feels very strongly for the island. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Venture49796279093 wrote a review Oct 2019
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Even though this museum is small it is full of fun and facinating facts about the Island and it's history. Who knew pickle ball was started on Bainbridge. Friendly and helpful volunteer staff. Great way to spend some time while on Bainbridge
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Date of experience: October 2019
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