Ravenscroft Inn

A scenic mountain vista seen through the branches of a tall tree, offering a serene and breathtaking natural landscape, with a body of water at the base of the mountains.

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Discover Port Townsend

Experience a unique corner of the world here in Port Townsend during your Olympic Peninsula vacation. Just blocks from the fine art galleries, theaters, restaurants, boutiques and beaches, Ravenscroft Inn is ideally located to explore by foot or by bicycle the attractions and things to do in this historic Victorian seaport.

Beaconing from Puget Sound’s western entrance, the Point Wilson lighthouse is just two miles away in Fort Warden State Park. Fort Warden is also home to The Centrum Foundation, which provides year-round theater programming, and performing and visual arts. The Centrum Foundation regularly features public performances and major festivals that welcome audiences to both McCurdy Pavilion and the Wheeler Theater.

Port Townsend is a gateway to many idyllic spots along the Hood Canal, including many in WA State Parks and Olympic National Park. Passenger & auto ferries depart from downtown Port Townsend to Whidbey Island providing excellent sightseeing opportunities.

There are diverse recreation opportunities including bicycling, scuba diving, fishing, sailing and more. See our Recreation page for more ideas.

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Port Townsend's Largest Events

With the amazing backdrop of the Cascade Mountain range, Port Townsend can offer something for everyone. Some of our most popular events can draw crowds in the thousands from all over the US and beyond, and many are repeat visitors who mark their calendars a year in advance to make the most of these specific events:

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Art, Food, Entertainment & Wine Self-Guided Tours

Browse the streets of downtown and discover how many artists make Port Townsend their home; wonderful galleries and studios await you.  Whatever your tastes in food, we are sure to offer you a wide variety of excellent local restaurants, many of which will be serving locally made wines, beer and ciders.

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Need more inspiration? View our ever-updating events calendar, or stop by the visitor information shop on your way into town; they are sure to help you find your way around.

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