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December 15, 2017 / Christina M. Claasen / Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Art, history tours offer visitors a unique look at Whatcom County

With visitors in town during the holidays, it’s always nice to find unique activities in Bellingham that get everyone outside of the house. The Whatcom Museum offers a variety of entertaining and educational activities to consider, but to really dive deep into the museum’s exhibits, collections and themes visitors can participate in docent-led history and art tours or take a self-guided walking tour in a few neighborhoods throughout the city. A guided tour is one of the best ways to get the most out of a museum visit. The Whatcom Museum offers a variety of tours for people of all ages. These include weekly public, docent-led tours of current exhibitions in the Lightcatcher galleries, as well as a weekly tour of the history exhibits at Old City Hall. Read the full feature here.

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