Bainbridge Island's history dates back thousands of years to the tribal people that lived on all the lands of the Puget Sound.
The first Japanese immigrants arrived on Bainbridge Island in the 1880s.
The address of Japanese American Bainbridge Island Memorial is located at Pritchard Park - 4192 Eagle Harbor Drive, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110.
The Japanese American Exclusion Memorial, 3.8 miles from the Winslow Ferry Terminal.
The Japanese American Exclusion Memorial is an outdoor exhibit commemorating the internment of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island in the state of Washington.
Island residents are committed to preserving the sense of community and green spaces - agricultural land, forests, parks, and trails.
You don’t need to make a reservation to board the Bainbridge Island ferry on foot or with your car in Seattle it’s first-come, first-served. There is a fee from Seattle to Bainbridge Island for both walk-on passengers and automobiles, the route from Bainbridge Island to Seattle only charges for automobiles (walk-on passengers and bicycle riders are free). Source: bainbridgeisland.com
The trip from Seattle to Bainbridge Island via ferry boat (locals refer to it merely as “the boat”) is 35 minutes. The two Washington State Ferry boats on this route are over 400 feet long, and can carry up to 200 cars and 2,500 passengers.