Operated as part of the USS Turner Joy museum ship, the museum gift shop offers quite a variety of things. Many of these are of Navy, or at least somewhat military, in nature, and some of the others are not.
What to buy: Toys: including military ship toys.
Memorabilia, including Navy pins, USS Turner Joy T-Shirts and other clothing material
Snacks, including ice cream bars
Navy and Ship themed house decorations
See the photos for a look at more of what they have.
Only a very small selection of the store inventory is available on their web site.
What to pay: Depends a lot on what you get! Some of the items are fairly expensive, while the plastic toys are fairly cheap.
Bremerton is blessed with many art galleries. The friendly atmosphere at Amy Burnett's gallery brings me back time after time. Many of the paintings are Amy's own works but she also showcases other local artists. Also housed in the gallery is the Made in Bremerton & More store, showcasing handcrafted items from area artisans. If you're so inclined, you can also make an appointment to get a massage from the massage therapist who has space on the second floor (She's the very best in the area, too).
What to buy: Original art, beautifully hand-thrown pottery, hand-crafted items, and small gift items. Amy even has a line of birthday cards featuring the year of birth of your favorite woman. The prices are very reasonable so don't be afraid to check it out just because there are also higher priced pieces. The Made in Bremerton & More shop has jewelry, pottery, hats, candle holders, too many items to list. Check it out!
What to pay: Anywhere from a few dollars to several thousand--seriously, there's something for every budget.
Stop by the Manette Wine Shop and pick up a couple of bottles for a picnic. Good selection. The owner has tasted everything on the self. Wine tasting on Saurdays.
What to buy: Wine!
What to pay: Very good prices.