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Best free things to do in Bainbridge Island?

I'm going to be in Bainbridge Island next month and will be on a pretty tight budget. I'm looking for the best free and inexpensive things to check out! I love the outdoors, art, museums, you name it. Thanks!

3 Answers

answered by
Tina from Bainbridge Island

The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art is a short walk right off the ferry. It's very nice and has free admission. Just wandering around Winslow, grabbing ice cream at Mora Iced Creamery - Bainbridge Island and people watching is a treat. 

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  1. Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (attraction)
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  3. Mora Iced Creamery - Bainbridge Island (attraction)

answered by
Scott from Bainbridge Island

Visit the Japanese Internment Memorial at Pritchard Park.

Go for hikes in the forests. The island has an extensive trail system.

Rent or borrow a bike...the island is great for cycling.

Enjoy lattes and delicious baked goodies at Blackbird Bakery.

Grab a big salad from Town & Country Market Inc salad bar.

Hang out on main street - Winslow Way E.

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  1. Pritchard Park (attraction)
  2. Blackbird Bakery (restaurant)
  3. Town & Country Market Inc (attraction)
  4. Winslow Way E (attraction)

answered first by
Jim from Bainbridge Island

The ferry ride over to the island offers the best views back of Seattle. Winslow (where the ferry docks) is a great small town with a nice main street. Waterfront parks, nice art museum and great restaurants/pubs. It's a great place, you'll enjoy it. Try Bon Bon Confections for Bainbridge Island Fudge. Bainbridge is a great place, you'll enjoy it!

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  1. Seattle (city)
  2. Winslow (neighborhood)
  3. Bon Bon Confections (restaurant)

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