Nice staff, very friendly. Lots of col stuff to enjoy and purchase. Very local, but they do have items form outside of the Port Townsend area.
This is not an official museum or display but rather is the workshop of folks building and renovating small wooden boats. You are free to go in, look around and chat with anyone who happens to be working. There are photos and stories of the "project boats" that the volunteers are restoring right there in the workshop.. The center has... 更多
A cool place to see wooden boat crafts being preserved. You can wander through on your own and see boats in the process of being build and/or repaired, and see craftspeople working on boats. I'm sure there are special tours and events you can participate if you want a more structured or guided experience.
Fun to visit! Take time to look around! There is a coffee place inside, as well as a gift shop too! Boat store for boat items! Several items for children including a variety of books!
You can buy everything for your boat (which, in Port Townsend, is often a wooden boat!) here, from rope to dinner ware. Good organic coffee, nice people, and lots of beautiful wooden boats to check out.
A Great Facility and a Great Host of the Annual Wooden Boat Festival! Perfectly located on the water-front, it is just a hop, skip and jump away from the water-side boardwalk, and PT's main harbor. A great place to view the many boats that came out for the festival. The center itself has a nice little coffee/pastry shop with many... 更多
Here right now for the Wooden Boat Show! What an event! Boats galore, Classes for the three days, food, boat excursions, demonstrations going on during the entire show! This has been our dream to come to for a long time and we finally made it!! They even have an area for kids to build a toy wooden boat, a carousel,... 更多
Watch a craftsman build a true wooden boat. Lots of learning activities. Difficult to know when people will be ther working and learning (the have classes, there is even a wooden boat school) but it is beautiful what they can do with wood. The people are willing to share and I,part experience or at least stories.
Cool place for non locals to visit, but not much to do. We just wandered around. It would have been nice to see more history.