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Key City Players presents outstanding theatre thoughout the year.  Look for Many Moons, Under Milkwood and more this season.

Unconventional and original material are presented by Bare Boards and Passion, a group committed to tolerance and just having fun!

77th Annual Rhododendron Festival is a week-long festivity filled with all the carnivals and parades you could desire!  May

The Olympic Music Festival hosts classical music in a magnificent turn of the century barn.  Enchanting surroundings, outstanding music, summer weekends.

Port Townsend Film Festival -    Sept 21 - 23

Port Townsend never lacks entertainment thanks to Centrum Arts which presents music and dance events thoughout the year.  Blues, Jazz, Recitals, you'll find something interesting from Centrum Arts.  Don't miss the free noon hour concerts in July and August.

 


Wooden Boat Foundation offers a school and gallery to foster the ancient art of wooden boat building.  Also hosts of the Wooden Boat Festival, Sept.  380 Jefferson

In the 1891 City Hall, the Jefferson County Historical Society Museum,  houses intricate Indian baskets, a Victorian bedroom, and even two buffalo-horn and bearskin chairs.  Outstanding resource.

Fort Worden State Park contains an array of sites including the Coast Artillery Museum, Rothschild House, the Marine Science Center, Point Wilson Lighthouse and more.  

The Marine Science Center will be even more informative as they expand both their Natural History Building and Marine Lab & Aquarium.  A variety of programs are also available. 

The Rothschild House was built in 1868 and is nearly unchanged from 100 years ago.  Inhabited only by Rothschilds, this house is an amazing display of late 1800's life. 10 - 5  April-Oct., weekends 10 - 5 Nov.

The Manresa Castle is an 1892 mansion at 7th and Sheridan was built by Port Townsend's first mayor, Charles Eisenbeis.  Having made a fortune supplying bread and crackers for ships, he built his home in the style of a medieval European castle. Tours are free.

Easily the most opulent Victorian structure in Port Townsend, the Ann Starrett Mansion is a National Historic Landmark and a favorite B&B. Take a tour or stay here to enjoy the luxury up close.

 

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 Tides Inn - Waterfront location offers rooms with private decks and 780 ft of beachfront.  Guests enjoy offers first class amenities and complimentary breakfast.
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