Virtual Tours of Bellingham and Whatcom County

Looking for something to do? Want to get a feel for Bellingham and Whatcom County before your trip? Check out these videos for virtual tours of beautiful Bellingham and Whatcom County!

When you're ready to plan a vacation - there's no better vacation than exploring the peak of the Pacific Northwest! What does your perfect Bellingham and Whatcom County vacation look like?

There's a place located in the Westernmost corner of Washington State nestled in communities so unique you won't want to miss it.

Uncrowded country roads stretch through wide vistas connecting Whatcom County with neighborhoods of Bellingham, touching the shore of Bellingham Bay.

Known for its outdoor beauty, Bellingham is also a highly decorated craft beer destination. Sit down with owners of several Bellingham breweries to talk about why they love this place and how they collaborate as a beer community.

Make your virtual trip to Bellingham a home run and follow the Bellingham Bells as they explore the Farmer’s Market, Taylor Dock, mountain bike trails, the arts district and the waterfront.

Did you know Bellingham's Galbraith Mountain is ranked among the top 10 places to ride in the nation by Singletracks Magazine? Virtually explore Galbraith located on North Lookout Mountain and see why for yourself.

Bellingham and Whatcom County are a nature lover's paradise for hiking, biking, paddling, fishing, climbing, snow sports and more. Virtually explore from the mountains to the sea.

There’s nothing like the Bellingham Farmers’ Market to add inspiration, color and joie de vivre to your day. One of the most successful farmers’ markets in the country, the Bellingham Farmers Market started with 20 vendors in 1992, and a quarter-century later has grown to 140 vendors and up to 10,000 visitors on a peak season Saturday.

Blaine, Washington is beautifully framed by Mt. Baker to the east and Semiahmoo Bay and the Georgia Strait to the west. It is also home to Drayton Harbor and is just a short drive to the U.S. – Canadian border.

 Take to the skies for a virtual tour of some of our local waterways!

From designs like this mural on the wall outside the Horseshoe Cafe to the largest mural in Washington State located on Puget Sound Energy’s building that spans the length of two football fields, Gretchen is leaving her mark on Bellingham and Washington State.

Take to the sky to see Larrabee State Park at sunset. Just off of Chuckanut Drive, Larrabee is a beautiful spot to hike around and enjoy time spent near the water.

Lummi Island is the best-kept secret of the Salish Sea! This pristine rural gem is less than twenty minutes from Bellingham and a mere 10 minutes by the Whatcom Chief Ferry.

Strongly connected to the Dutch heritage of many residents, the picturesque town of Lynden is at the center of a lush farm valley in Whatcom County. Front Street features old-world architecture and the charm of friendly shops, bakeries and antique stores.

Head to the ski area for a virtual bluebird day of skiing at Mt. Baker.

Bellingham and Whatcom County deeply value togetherness and we believe in staying connected even when we're physically apart. To achieve that goal, more than 30 performing and visual arts organizations have collaborated to form the Whatcom Arts Project — a campaign to inform, entertain, educate, inspire, collaborate, support, promote, and uplift each other.

Hear from Christina Claassen about Bellingham's Whatcom Museum! Get a glimpse of these iconic buildings, first-class art exhibitions, extensive collections, and varied educational programs that serve patrons of all ages.

        We acknowledge that Whatcom County is located on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples. They cared for the lands that included what we’d call the Puget Sound region, Vancouver Island and British Columbia since time immemorial. This gives us the great obligation and opportunity to learn how to care for our surrounding areas and all the natural and human resources we require to live. We express our deepest respect and gratitude for our indigenous neighbors, the Lummi Nation and Nooksack Tribe, for their enduring care and protection of our shared lands and waterways.
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