Fairhaven Historic District

It is a turn-of-the-century village where you can enjoy upscale eating, curated art galleries, boutique shops, hotels, spas, and outdoor activities.

Whatcom Falls Park

There are several hiking paths, four distinct waterfalls, and a large amount of undeveloped land in the park.

Bellingham Farmers Market

From April to December, every Saturday is the Bellingham Farmers Market. In the rows of local purchasing options at these markets, there are more than 100 sellers.

Whatcom Museum

With more than 200,000 objects, the Whatcom Museum accredited by the American Association of Museums.

Larrabee State Park

Samish Bay and the adjacent San Juan Islands may be seen in great detail from scenic paths like the Oyster Dome Trail in Larrabee State Park.

Mount Baker Theatre

Bellingham's Mount Baker Theater, a performing arts centre and National Historic Landmark, presents community shows.

Nooksack Falls

This stunning fall gives its breathtaking views after a little diversion and a minute's walk and is seen on the road to Mount Baker.

Lake Padden Park

Lake Paddon Park is a well-liked recreation area at the southeast corner of Bellingham. Here, the spring, summer, and fall seasons are the most favored.

SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention

For visitors of all ages, the Spark Museum of Electrical Invention offers a fun and instructive experience.

Big Rock Garden Park

A special city park featuring creative sculptures in a 2.5 acre garden is located in a forest of evergreens above Lake Whatcom.