Visiting Seattle: Ferry to Bainbridge Island

Only 35 minutes away from Seattle by ferry, the island and city of Bainbridge Island is a charming place to visit.

Take a leisurely stroll through the historic downtown area and check out these shops and restaurants along Winslow Way and Madrone Lane.

Ferry schedule

The Madison Diner serves all-day breakfast

Crêperie on Madrone Lane – I love that Eiffel Tower replica

A scoop of Sabayon from Mora Iced Creamery

Handcrafted soap by Pelindaba Lavender

Lavender shortbread from Blackbird Bakery

chocolate from Bon Bon Confections

Have an extraordinary day! 🍨

For more information:

Bainbridge History

Eagle Harbor Book Co.

Japanese American Exclusion Memorial: “Let It Not Happen Again”

Visit Bainbridge – official website

Related post:

Wednesday Postcard: Bainbridge Island, Washington

This post is #4 of 6 in my Visiting Seattle series.

Wednesday Postcard: Bainbridge Island, Washington

Bonjour! This week’s carte postale is one I picked up during my recent trip to Seattle:

photo on postcard by Robert McNeely

The vessel shown on the postcard is named Tacoma. Read more about her here.

The Washington State Ferries make over 20 round trips each day from Seattle (Colman Dock/Pier 52) to Bainbridge Island.

For more information:

Washington State Ferries – official website

Until the next Wednesday Postcard, à bientôt!

[Updated: June 2019] If you enjoyed this postcard, you may be interested in my 6-part series, Visiting Seattle