Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve

This national historical reserve comprises 17,400 acres encompassing working farms, sheltered beaches, two state parks (with excellent campsites near the water's edge among tall trees) and the picture-perfect town of Coupeville.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

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2. Port Townsend Marine Science Center

5.38 MILES

Features four touch tanks and kid-friendly interpretive programs about local marine life, conservation and the human impact on the Salish Sea ecosystem.

3. Fort Worden State Park

5.43 MILES

This attractive park located within Port Townsend's city limits is the remains of a large fortification system constructed in the 1890s to protect the…

4. Puget Sound Coast Artillery Museum

5.57 MILES

Inside one of the stately white barracks buildings at Fort Worden, this museum tells the story of early Pacific coastal fortifications and the strategic…

6. Jefferson Art & History Museum


The local historical society runs this well-maintained exhibition space in an impressive brick building that includes mock-ups of an 1892 jail, maritime…

7. Rothschild House

6.56 MILES

A well-preserved example of life in uptown Port Townsend from a century ago, this museum was originally the home of a local businessman. Its atmospheric…

8. Greenbank Farm

9.17 MILES

Go 10 miles south of Coupeville to find this park-style farm that's open daily for shopping at the food stands on-site, strolling the bucolic fields and…