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Bainbridge Island is 27.78 square miles, with 53 miles of shoreline. The population according to 2010 census records is approximately 23,380. For more details, see this link to the City of Bainbridge Island.

Once you disembark the ferry, whether by foot or car, downtown Bainbridge is just a two-block walk. Adjacent to the terminal is the intersection of Winslow Way and Highway 305; Winslow Way is the primary street running through the downtown corridor where you will find shops, restaurants, museums, and other places of interest, and from there can explore the other streets that branch off from Winslow Way.

Downtown Bainbridge offers a wide variety of shops, including stores for home decor, antiques, art galleries, clothing boutiques, fine jewelry, and a stellar grocery store with a unique history. Award-winning restaurants as well as wineries, a brewery and distillery promise a relaxing and unique island experience, and museums feature art, history, and kids’ activities. Take a picnic to the beach – rent a kayak – walk waterfront trails – Bainbridge is a place you will not soon forget. Take a look at our Walkabout Guide  and plan a visit soon!

Visit our wonderful Bainbridge Island History Museum, open 10am-4pm each day except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Free admission!

Public Restrooms in Downtown Bainbridge can be found at these locations: Ferry Dock, Bainbridge Island Police Station, Waterfront Park Community Center, Waterfront Park, City Hall, and Bainbridge Public Library. In addition, some Bainbridge businesses make their restrooms available to the general public, including: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA), Bainbridge Island Historical Museum, Town & Country Market, The Pavilion, and Winslow Green.

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