Please note that the bus and certain sites on the tour are not accessible. Directions to meeting point in Seattle will be sent to registered participants.
Join us to explore the rural beauties and small town pleasures of the second longest island in the continental United States. Mimi Sheridan, a respected community planner and historian, has done extensive research on Ebey’s Landing and Coupeville and will share that with us on a very full travel day. We will learn about Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve, one of the largest national historic districts in the nation. It is dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of over 17,500 acres of public and private land and over 400 buildings, 100 of them in Coupeville, the second oldest town in Washington State. We will have a walking tour of Coupeville, stop at historic farmsteads, enjoy box lunches at Camp Casey, explore the historic buildings at Fort Casey, and stroll through the charming town of Langley, where we will have dinner before returning to Seattle.
Refund policy: Full refunds will be made for cancellations made prior to May 15. There are no refunds for cancellations after May 15 unless your space(s) can be filled with another participant. Historic Seattle reserves the right to cancel this trip with full refund if the minimum number of participants has not enrolled by May 15.