Seattle Day Trip: By Ferry to Port Townsend

May 20, 2011

View of Mount Baker across Puget Sound from the Port Townsend waterfront

Port Townsend, with its many well-preserved Victorian homes and buildings, is one of the most picturesque towns in the Pacific Northwest.  It is a delightful destination for a day trip from Seattle.  The easiest way to get there is via the Edmonds-Kingston ferry to the Olympic Peninsula.  Here are some photos from a recent visit:

Mural at the Port Townsend marina

Another mural on one of the old brick buildings in the historic district of downtown Port Townsend

Another lovely mural seen while driving into town

Victorian architecture

Architectural detail on building

Seagull on the Port Townsend waterfront

Don't miss the Saturday market

Sunset over Puget Sound

2 Responses to “Seattle Day Trip: By Ferry to Port Townsend”

  1. garden2day Says:

    What a great view-the murals are fantastic! They add such character. Thank you for sharing photos of your travels.


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