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Bellingham is the largest city in Whatcom county, as well as being the county seat, in Washington state. Overall, it is the thirteenth largest city in all of Washington. Bellingham is the northernmost city in the contiguous United States. It has easy access to outdoor opportunities, including waterside venues, in the San Juan Islands and North Cascades, as well as being in close proximity to the cities of Vancouver and Seattle. Bellingham itself is named after the bay that the city is situated. George Vancouver visited the area in June 1792 and named the bay for Sir William Bellingham, the controller of the storekeeper’s account of the Royal Navy. Throughout its many years of rich history, agriculture, coal mining and development, Bellingham has become a beautiful and beloved city that is frequented by both American and Canadian tourists each year.
Bellingham experiences standard Washington weather, especially those common with the Puget Sound region. Year-long average daily high and low temperatures rang from fifty-nine to forty-four point one degrees Fahrenheit. The area is influenced by a strong oceanic climate that is influenced both by the water as well as the Cascade Range and Olympic Mountains. As is standard for Washington State, Bellingham experiences a larger amount of rainfall, typically thirty-four point eight inches, which is slightly less than the nearby city of Seattle.
Bellingham is a phenomenal place to get out and experience some outdoor activities, whether it be in one of the old businesses or venues about, or in the great outdoors on the San Juan Islands or the North Cascades. Both nature lovers and history buffs can find an abundance of activities, sights to see and nearby cities that all hold their own claim to fame in Bellingham. No matter what kind of activity you enjoy, Bellingham is the perfect city to get out and have fun in.
Chucknaut Bay Distillery – 1115 Railroad Ave – (360) 738-7179
Whatcom Falls Park – 1401 Electric Ave – (360) 778-7000
Bellingham Farmers Market – 1100 Railroad Ave – (360) 647-2060
Trampoline Zone – 4201 Meridian St – (360) 255-0722
Bellingham is surrounded by shopping opportunities, no matter what kind of shopper you are. Bellingham has plenty in the way of gift shops, fashion boutiques, and a slew of other retail outlets for you to indulge in some proper retail therapy or go treasure hunting. No matter what you are looking for, you are sure to enjoy the hunt in Bellingham. Be it amongst the Bellingham, Seattle or any of the surrounding areas, you are sure to enjoy the unique shopping experience that Bellingham and, indeed, Washington State have to offer.
Finders Keepers – 1423 Railroad Ave – (360) 255-0907
Bellingham Public Market – 1530 Cornwall Ave Ste 107 – (360) 647-8006
Mad Hatter Clothing – 1327 Railroad Ave – (360) 676-7110
Aladdin’s Antiques and Records – 427 W Holly St – (360) 647-0066
Bellingham has no shortage of delicious eateries for hungry denizens out there. With an exotic mix of foods from around the world as well as modern and classic American cuisine, you can’t find yourself hungry in a better place than Bellingham, no matter what kind of craving has you salivating. This city has both the old-fashioned and the urban, modern chic to offer, so you never have to worry about eating out in style.
Zachary Dean’s Family Italian – 410 W Bakerview Rd – (360) 255-0565
Restaurant 9 – North Bellingham Golf Course – (360) 543-8063
Cosmos Bistro – 1151 N State St – (360) 255-0244
Coconut Kenny’s – 2220 James St – (360) 647-9273
Bellingham is a great place to get out at night, and one of the best areas to get out in style. This suburban city is surrounded by glitz and glamour on all sides, and any night owl can get out and spend the night with a cold one in hand or dancing away. No matter your preference, you’ll have one memorable evening out in Bellingham. There is no shortage of live music, interesting areas and clubs to truly enjoy the night life.
Elizabeth Station – 1400 W Holly St – (360) 733-8982
Wild Buffalo House of Music – 208 W Holly St – (360) 746-8733
Rumors Cabaret – 1119 Railroad Ave – (360) 671-1849
The Green Frog – 1015 N State St – (360) 961-1438
Bellingham isn’t just a great place to retire or vacation, it’s also a great place to raise a family. With a fantastic school system in place for any age, Bellingham can keep your kids in a nice educational program while you head off to enjoy the local city or the great outdoors in style.
Samish School – 2113 Harris Ave – (360) 734-3626
TONI&GUY Bellingham Academy – 1411 Railroad Ave – (360) 676-8444
A Loving Space Pre School – 1200 Ellis St – (360) 676-1355
Western Washington University – 516 High St – (360) 650-3000
Population Density: 2,986.9
Median Age: 31.3
Male / Female Ratio: 1.0:1
For those who are looking to make the move to Bellingham, the local job market is not in short supply. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer. There are plenty of big names, including the mouse himself, looking for talent.
Prospect Education / Charter College – 410 W Bakerview Rd #112 – (360) 647-5000
Lake Whatcom Center – 3400 Agate Heights Rd – (360) 676-6000
Whatcom County – 311 Grand Avenue - (360) 778-5000
Western Washington University – 516 High St – (360) 650-3000
If you want to step out of the house or hotel for a bit and enjoy some local history or culture, Bellingham is in the perfect place to do so. Not only do you have the rich history of Bellingham itself, but also the neighboring cities of Seattle and Vancouver to enjoy as well.
Peace Arch State Park – 19 A St – (360) 332-8221
Anacortes Maritime Heritage Museum – 1305 8th St – (360) 293-1915
Mount Baker – Mount Baker Hwy
Fort Langley National Historic Site Canada – 23433 Mavis Avenue – (604) 513-4777
Bellingham is a fantastic city for everyone. It has all the amenities that both potential residents and visitors can enjoy: great shopping, delicious food, educational opportunities and so much more. No matter your reason for coming to Bellingham, you are sure to find plenty of reasons to enjoy your stay.
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