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Take a walk, take a cruise, see a play, climb a wall, or check out a museum on a rainy day.

Many of the activities on the Kitsap Peninsula can be enjoyed by the whole family, but we have selected a few that are suggestions for families to enjoy together.

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Poulsbo

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Alpacas at Sawdust Hill Farm
25448 Port Gamble Road NE
Poulsbo, WA 98370
360.286.9999
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Sawdust Hill Alpaca Farm is a 15-acre working llama and alpaca farm, complete with chickens, guard dogs and cats. Come and pet the alpacas and kiss the llamas. Shop in our farm store for beautiful yarns made from our alpaca fiber, raw fiber and roving for spinning, as well as socks, hats, scarves, sweaters, coats, toys and jewelry. Enjoy being out in the green pastures with the animals! Life is Good, but it is Better with Alpacas!
Bremerton

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Aurora Valentinetti Puppet Museum
257 4th Street
Bremerton, WA 98337
360.373.2992
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World famous puppet museum and children's thearter. Puppets from around the world including marionettes, hand puppets, rod puppets and more that equal the 1,000 unit collection enjoyed by children and adults today. Visit there website to learn more about exhibits and performances.  
Bremerton

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Bug Museum & Nature Gift Shop
1118 Charleston Beach Rd West
Bremerton, WA 98312
800.870.4284
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The Bug Museum just opened on June 1, 2011! Check out our cool live bugs, Touch-a-Bug Workshops and more. Fun for the whole family!
Bainbridge Island

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Camp Yeomalt Park
900 Park AVE NE
(Closest cross streets: Park AVE and Yeomalt Pt. DR)
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
206.842.2306
3 acres. Historic scout camp with a multi-purpose building used for art classes and scouting events.
Bremerton

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City of Bremerton Parks & Recreation
680 Lebo BLVD
Bremerton, WA 98310
360.478.5305
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Explore our 675+ acres of parks! Swim in the aquatic center. Sign up for classes and programs.
Poulsbo

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City of Poulsbo Parks & Recreation
PO BOX 98
Poulsbo, WA 98370
360.779.9898
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A wealth of trails, parks, and recreational programs are available in the City of Poulsbo, North Kitsap County. Sign up for swimming, summer camps, sports, and classes for children and adults. Register your child for preschool or sign up for a senior excursion.
Bremerton

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Claywerks Studio
330 Callow Avenue
Bremerton, WA 98312
360.377.2354
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Winter hours: 11 am to - 6 pm. Wednesday evenings open for painting until 8 pm. Closed Mondays. Other evenings are by appointment for groups. Offers painting, pottery classes (6 wheels are available) fused glass classes, Birthday parties, family and friend gatherings, private parties. On-site events, too. Fun for the entire family!
Bremerton

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Evergreen Children's Theatre & Aurora Valentinetti
257 4th ST
Bremerton, WA 98337
360.373.2992
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The Evergreen Children's Theatre presents 4-5 plays a year for children and their families, and operates the Aurora Valentinetti Puppet Museum.
Bainbridge Island

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KIDIMU Kids Discovery Museum
301 Ravine Lane
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
206.855.4650
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KIDIMU is a destination for children and their adults to explore art, science, and culture through hands-on exhibits, daily art projects, cultural and scientific programs. The Kids Discovery Museum blurs the line between learning and playing to inspire a lifelong journey of discovery. From Seattle, you can walk on the ferry and to KIDIMU without the need of a car: Upon disembarking the ferry, exit the ferry building, walk up the hill and across Winslow Way. Turn left and walk about 100 yards to Ravine Lane, on your right. You can see KiDiMu, at 301 Ravine Lane. Free First Thursdays!
All Kitsap Peninsula

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Kitsap Live Steamers
Jackson Ave and Lund Avenue
South Kitsap Community Park
Port Orchard, WA 98366
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Kitsap Live Steamers is a non-profit group of railroad enthusiasts that build and operate a scaled railroad track at the South Kitsap Regional Park. Rides are provided to park visitors on a donation basis and are handicap accessible. This facility has given the community and the Puget Sound area a unique educational and recreational opportunity that is not otherwise available nearby. Rides are offered from 10AM to 4PM on the 2nd and 4th Saturday's of each month through October, weather permitting. The train traverse about 4000 feet of ground level railroad track, one trestle and one bridge. Maintenance and unloading facilities are also available.
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