4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

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  • Location: Seattle, Washington
  • Duration:  3 hours (approx.)
Take a few hours to explore Bainbridge Island! Just a short ferry ride from Seattle, Bainbridge Island maintains a small-town Pacific Northwest feel, just a stone’s throw from the cosmopolitan Seattle. On this small-group tour, admire the island’s abundance of sea, mountain and Seattle skyline views, and see its historical landmarks. With a guide, circle the island on a luxury minibus, stopping at shops, beaches and monuments. Then take the ferry back to Seattle – easy!


  • Explore Bainbridge Island by luxury minibus
  • Admire the views of the Seattle skyline, Puget Sound, Cascade Mountains and Olympic Mountains from every turn
  • Visit the quaint town of Winslow
  • Make stops at the Bay Hay and Feed store, the Japanese American Exclusion Memorial and one of the island's picturesque beaches
  • Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a more personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Small-Group Bainbridge Island Half-Day Tour

Tug Boat in Eagle Harbor, Bainbridge Island, WA

Discover the best of Bainbridge Island on a small-group tour with no more than 12 people. You have the flexibility to make your own way to Bainbridge Island aboard the Seattle Ferry when you wish (own expense; it is recommended you catch the 1:10pm ferry from Seattle to make the 2pm tour start time, or go earlier to enjoy the island on your own before the tour). The scenic ferry lasts a swift 35 minutes, although you may wish it was longer so you can admire more of the wonderful views of Seattle and Puget Sound.

Your tour starts when your guide picks you up at the Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal and takes you first to the quaint town of Winslow, known for its myriad of boutiques, restaurants, museums and wine-tasting rooms. You’ll have time at the end of the tour to explore more here.

Back on your luxury minibus, circle the island and stop at some of the local attractions. Stops include the Bay Hay and Feed store, a country general store and garden center and the new Japanese American Exclusion Memorial, which commemorates the first Japanese community forced into internment during WWII.

Along the way, enjoy the stunning views of the Olympic Mountains, Cascade Mountains, the Seattle skyline and Puget Sound. At the end of the tour, you will be returned to the ferry terminal. Make your own way back to Seattle by ferry when you’re ready!

Customer Reviews

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2014

I was so exited about my Tour in Bainbridge Island. Ridding in a big Boat crossing to an Island from the city of Seattle. I was very amaze when I got their, We went around the Island by car with our tour guide Jim and
Jane if I'm not mistaken about their names.Bain bridge Island is so beautiful.The trees with different colors of leaves, mountains and ocean and ocean waves. Perfect views.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2013

Excellent trip to an amazing place. Definately a must to see. You take the ferry across from pier 42 a small charge, which is a lovely trip as you get amazing views of Seattle. Half hour ride. The coach meets you at the entrance when you get off. A small party of 10 was on the trip. The ride takes you around the Island with stops on the way. A very interesting Island away from the hustle and bustle. You also stop at the Japenese war memorial. The lady who runs this lives on the Island so she is well versed in the history of the Island. A pleasant afternoon and we stayed to eat in one of the local restaurants which was fabulous. Highly recomended.

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