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10 Great American RoadTrips

San Juan Cruises offers a scenic whale watch cruise which includes lunch and a stop in Friday Harbor, sunset crab dinner cruises on the bay with spectacular views of the Chuckanut coastline, wine and beer tasting cruises, and customized adventures. 

SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention: SPARK Museum has a wealth of unique and rare artifacts from the earliest days of scientific electrical experiments in the 1600s through the 1940s the Golden Age of Radio. Artifacts from laboratories of the early pioneers of electricity, from magnets and Leyden jars to Edison light bulbs, magnificent vacuum tubes, telegraphs and telephones.

Whatcom Falls Park is a 241-acre park in Bellingham, Washington, United States. The falls are on Whatcom Creek, which leads from Lake Whatcom to Bellingham Bay. The park has four sets of waterfalls and several miles of well-maintained walking trails.

Historic Fairhaven District: Historic Fairhaven Village is a charming community located on the south end of Bellingham. In this turn-of-the-century village you’ll find yourself amongst locally owned and operated boutique shops, fine dining, curated art galleries, hotels, spas and outdoor activities aplenty! It’s the perfect launching point for a hike, cycle or kayak on the bay.

Peace Arch Park is unique among parks because it consists of two parks in two countries. A 67-foot concrete arch, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was constructed to honor the centennial of the treaties resulting from the War of 1812. These agreements between the U.S. and Britain established a peaceful, undefended border between the U.S. and Canada. 

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