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Boeing Factory and Future of Flight Aviation Center Tour from Seattle
"After pickup at your Seattle or Seattle Airport hotel you'll be taken to the famous Boeing Factory in Everett. On the flight line see airplanes in various stages of being outfitted and painted for airline customers around the world. You may also see a Dreamlifter on the field a jumbo 747 cargo plane modified to transport the Dreamliner’s large parts from every corner of the world to Everett for final assembly. In the Future of Flight learning center you’ll use a touch screen computers to digitally design and test your own airplane.On this tour you will see: 787 Dreamliner Factory Production World's largest building Full sized 777 Jet engine exhibit
From $74.00
 
Seaplane Flight to Vancouver with Fully-Narrated Bus Tour
"Check in 30 minutes prior to your flight departure time at the Victoria Harbour Airport located centrally in Victoria's historical Inner Harbour. Before taking flight take part in a short safety briefing. Then you’ll be ready for your 35-minute scenic flight to Vancouver. Departing from downtown Victoria you'll first fly out over the Peninsula with the world famous Butchart Gardens below Mount Baker in the distance and Salt Spring Island. Then head out into the Georgia Strait
From CAD429.00
 
2-Hour Luxury City Tour of Victoria
"You'll start out by visiting Fisherman's Wharf a local house boat community. From there make your way in the inner harbour to view the Parliament Buildings as well as the famous Empress Hotel. You'll then pass through the historical shopping district downtown as you make your way to Canada's oldest Chinatown.Afterwards drive through the heritage community of James Bay to see the Emily Carr House the famous childhood home of local Canadian painter Emily Carr. Then journey through the Beacon Hill Park to visit some local Peacocks and view the world's tallest Totem Pole. Pass through the Lieutenant Governor's Estate and Mansion and then head toward pass through the beautiful Oak Bay Village and stop at the Oak Bay Marina to visit some local harbor seals. Afterwards
From CAD220.00

More Things to Do in Port Townsend

Dungeness Spit

Another impression of the landscape at Dungeness Spit. Pacific Ocean on the left, and tideflat on the right. They say it is America's longest natural sand spit. To get there follow the coastline...
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egonwegh
Apr 28, 2014

By land or by sea

Port Townsend has lots of great parks for beachcombing, biking, hiking, picnicking or just having a morning latte along the waterfront. This tiny pocket garden (Water and Adams Street) is right...
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goodfish
Feb 01, 2013

Shop, eat, drink, repeat.

Water Street, which is sort of Port Townsend's Main Street, has lots of shops, galleries, restaurants and a few pubs: great place to fritter away a few hours (and a few $$). The heaviest concentration...
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goodfish
Feb 01, 2013

The Architecture

A walk around Port Townsend's fascinating Victorian architecture is a must. The heaviest concentration is in the old downtown area around Water and Washington streets, and on the high bluff...
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goodfish
Feb 01, 2013

Walking the Waterfront

The waterfront is a wonderful place explore and there are various pedestrian routes along the shoreline that include parks, marinas, beach access and viewpoints. See the link for where to get walking,...
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goodfish
Feb 01, 2013

Over the Sound

When you're exploring the Victorian houses on top of the bluff (or what they appropriately call "Uptown") there are several points along Jefferson Street with nice panoramas of downtown and the sound....
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goodfish
Feb 01, 2013
 
 
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Old shop on main street (N.D. Hill Building)

An old shop building. Everything about the building seems just right, the colour [perhaps I should say 'color' ;-)] of the stones, the arches, the windows and curtains, the glass panel above the door,...
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egonwegh
Oct 11, 2011

Fort Worden State Park

NOTE: As of July 1, 2011, a day use fee has been implemented at many Washington State parks. This fee is $10 per day, or a $30 fee for a year pass. There is a $5 fee in addition to the annual pass fee...
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glabah
Sep 08, 2011

Point Wilson Light

After dinner, I went out on the veranda and took pictures of a lighthouse I saw which I later identified as Point WilsonThis active lighthouse with an octagonal brick tower with lantern and gallery,...
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grandmaR
Jun 12, 2011

PORT HUDSON BEACH

Just north of the small Port Hudson, one finds a rocky beach that expands and contracts with the tides. Watch the constant flow of maritime traffic moving in and out of the Puget Sound. Look across to...
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mtncorg
Apr 04, 2011

WOODEN BOATS

Even if you are not here during the Wooden Boat Festival, you can still enjoy some of the craftsmanship involved with the boats that are made from wood. You can also rent some of the small rowboats...
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mtncorg
Apr 04, 2011

Bird Watching in Port Townsend

Before Port Townsend was a city, this was apparently a fairly popular place for migrating and wintering birds to spend their time.Today, despite the boat traffic, the dog traffic, and the various...
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glabah
Nov 07, 2010

Northwest Maritime Center and Its Viewpoints

Located as far down Water Street as you can go without driving into the water, the Maritime Center is a mixture of museum, tourist event center, store, and viewpoint."The mission of the Northwest...
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glabah
Nov 07, 2010

Jefferson County Historical Society Museum

The museum is located several blocks from the end of Water Street, right in what was the bustling center of Port Townsend. The building once served as Port Townsend's city hall.Admission is currently...
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glabah
Nov 04, 2010

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"The Object of Desire: Port Townsend"
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"Once Overlooked, but Now Growing Tourist Center"
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"PORT TOWNSEND - PUGET SOUND GETAWAY"
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"City of Dreams"
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"Port Townsend"
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