Visit

Plan a Visit

Whether you’re a resident or a visitor, Bainbridge Island feels like a special place. Come visit — we’re only a ten-minute walk from the ferry.

The Museum is temporarily closed to the public due to COVID-19 and restrictions in place for Washington State. We look forward to reopening soon.

Accessibility
Public parking nearby. Wheelchair accessible, including parking and drop-off.

Japanese American Exclusion
It is also free to visit the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial (BIJAEM), open sunrise to sunset.  There is often a National Park Service Ranger on site to welcome you during the summer. For more information on the Japanese American Exclusion, visit the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community (BIJAC).

Historic Sites
Other popular historic sites on Bainbridge Island include Bloedel ReserveBainbridge Gardens, Town and Country Market, Blakely Harbor Park, Suyematsu Farm and the traditional Japanese garden Haiku No Niwa.  Be sure to check their websites for hours and information.

Self Guided Tours
Use our walking tour or driving tour as guides to explore downtown Winslow and the rest of the island.

Transportation
If you need transportation to the BIJAEM, or around the Island, consider contacting BI RIDE 1-844-424-7433; or Tour Bainbridge (code HISTORY for a discount).