Bellingham is just minutes from the Canadian border. This city represents the best of Northwest and all it has to offer. Bellingham has easy access from Bellingham to the San Juan Islands, and North Cascades National Park is only a stone’s throwing away.
Whatcom Falls Park covers 240 acres and is located at the eastern border of Bellingham. This open space offers many opportunities to explore, including well-maintained trails, modern park amenities, and ample open space.
Formerly the Museum of Radio and Electricity and now the SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention. The museum proudly displays some of most significant innovations that have shaped the world we live in today.
Fairhaven (or Fairhaven) was born from the boom in the logging sector and its seaport location. Two decades of rapid growth saw Fairhaven join three other areas to form Bellingham.
Boulevard Park is an attractive bay-side space. The park has a performance stage, open space for throwing frisbees, and one of the best views in Bellingham Bay.
The American Association of Museums awarded the Whatcom Museum its accreditation. They recently celebrated 75 years of serving as a regional hub for arts and culture in northwest.