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Traveling Through Bellingham WA on Route to Vancouver, BC

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With so many things to offer, Bellingham is a great place to visit, enjoy the beautiful scenery and get away from the crowds of city life. Sandwiched between Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC Canada - Bellingham has some great things to offer. Here are some helpful links to get the most out of the area and what it has to offer:


Bellingham to Vancouver Shuttles and Other Related Information:

The Bellingham Whatcom County Tourism will have extra volunteers on staff and will open a temporary visitor center in a rest area off southbound Interstate 5 near Custer during the Olympics.

More Tourist information

Learn more about downtown activities and events at


Boundary Bay Brewery & Bistro, 1107 Railroad Ave.; 360-647-5593

Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen, 601 W. Holly St.; 360-752-3377

Old Town Cafe, 316 W. Holly St.; 360-671-4431

Mallard Ice Cream, 1323 Railroad Ave.; 360-734-3884

Sights of interest

American Museum of Radio and Electricity, 1312 Bay St.; 360-738-3886

Pickford Film Center, 1416 Cornwall Ave. (current location until summer); 360-647-1300

Whatcom Museum, a three-building complex. One ticket gets you into all three museums, all within a block of each other. Lightcatcher art museum, 250 Flora St.; Old City Hall, a history museum, 121 Prospect St.; and Syre Education Center, 201 Prospect St.

360 778-8930

Mindport science museum, 210 W. Holly; 360-647-5614

Mount Baker Theatre, 104 N. Commercial St.; 360-734-6080

The Upfront Theatre, 1208 Bay St., an improv theater started by TV comedian Ryan Stiles; 360-733-8855

Traveler’s tip

Other highlights include the south side of Bellingham, especially the historic Fairhaven District with mom-and-pop stores and art studios, and scenic Chuckanut Drive. See