Bainbridge Island Historical Museum
Explores Bainbridge Island's heritage, from the internment of the Japanese community to the world's largest sawmill.
Learn more about the history of Bainbridge Island - unique artifacts, people, and stories.
Excellent historical exhibit of Ansel Adams' photographs of Japanese Internment Camp.
“A great spot for pizza, sandwiches and beer or wine. They occasionally have live music. Not open for breakfast.”
“This is my family's absolute favourite island beach. We head over here a lot of evenings to walk on the sand and look for cool driftwood and rocks. There are day use campsites/grills if you want to make a day of it!”
“Wonderful museum featuring crafts free to visitors and can be well worth the visit. They have a cafe on the main floor, elevators for easy access and a gift shop worth a stop.”
“An old 1930s theater showing first-rate and off-beat films. Best buttered popcorn.”
“Via Rosa is authentic Italian cafe food. Very popular with the locals and you can expect a wait on the weekends. You can walk to Via Rosa from the cottage! They have a great wine selection!! ”