County Cultural Crawl
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Bellingham | Whatcom County Culture Crawl
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- Discover the best of Bellingham
How this Pass Works
Step 1 - Get Your Pass
This mobile exclusive passport is a collection of curated cultural spots to view during your visit.
Step 2 - Receive Text
Your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately! There is no app to download. Your pass can be saved to your phone’s home screen for easy one-tap access.
Step 3 - Redeem
When visiting a participating business, simply present your phone to the attendant or staff member to redeem available discounts.
See locations on an interactive map.
Allied Arts Of Whatcom County
Allied Arts has improved the cultural health and vitality of the community through community events involving visual artists and musicians, its sponsorship of exhibits and programs focused on local artists, its extensive arts education in local schools and its public advocacy for the arts.
- 5% Off
Bellinghistory with the Good Time Girls
The Good Time Girls offer guided walking tours of Bellingham, specializing in off-beat history served with signature sass. A great way for visitors and locals alike to learn about Belling-History!
Located on the side of the Encogen generating station in Downtown Bellingham, this painted mountain range by Bellingham muralist Gretchen Leggit spans the length of two football fields and is believed to be the largest mural in Washington State! See for yourself at 915 Cornwall Avenue in Bellingham.
Gallery Syre is a contemporary art gallery located in Bellingham, WA. Unique for its location and size, the gallery focuses on representing local and national artists. The Gallery serves also as a community center forging a path towards creativity and universal understanding.
- 5% Off On Any Purchase
Jansen Art Center
The Jansen Art Center is a multi-purpose facility offering many avenues for the community to engage with the arts. Our studios in Ceramics, Jewelry, Music & Theatre, Paint & Fine Arts, and Textiles provide opportunities for both seasoned artists and beginning students to hone their skills in learning and open studio environments. The J offers programs for students anywhere from age 6 upward, features pieces from hundreds of local artists in our solo and juried exhibits, and welcomes large audiences to our various performances and recitals.Show more
- Free Admission To Exhibits
Mount Baker Theatre
The Mount Baker Theatre in downtown Bellingham's Arts District is the largest performing arts facility of its kind north of Seattle. A beautifully restored 1927 architectural treasure, listed on the register of National Historic Places, the theatre is dedicated to showcasing some of the best live performing artists on both the professional and community levels for audiences in the North Puget Sound area and the Lower Mainland of British Columbia.Show more
- Free Tour
Peter James Photography Gallery
Fine art photography gallery featuring breathtaking nature photographs from all around Washington State taken by local artist Peter James.
- Free Chocolate
Pickford Film Center
Founded in 1998 by a small group of local film fans dedicated to making high-quality cinema available in Bellingham and the entire Whatcom County region, the mission of Pickford Film Center is to provide a forum and resource for independent cinema, strengthening community through education, dialogue and the celebration of film. PFC offers year-round, independent, foreign and documentary film, world class performing arts, and related special events. We’re also proud to host special events for schools, universities and community organizations.Show more
- Free Popcorn!
SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention
The SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention attracts thousands of curious visitors from all over the country, and all over the world. They arrive looking for sparks, fun and a few surprises. What they actually get is much, much more. Located in the heart of downtown Bellingham’s cultural district, the SPARK Museum has become a premiere destination experience, appealing to visitors of all ages and walks of life. What began as a simple collaboration between two life-long collectors turned into a public treasure devoted to science, history and getting everyone excited about discovery and the process of invention. At SPARK we believe every person who visits our Museum is looking to have an experience. They might be here to see the fantastic galleries, attend a field trip or event, or see the Museum’s signature MegaZapper Electrical Show—it doesn’t matter. What everyone wants is to have a memorable experience, something they’ll never forget. We are reminded of that message every time we open our doors to the public. In 1998, longtime local resident Jonathan Winter (Bellingham Antique Radio Museum), joined forces with John Jenkins to create one of the most complete collections of authentic electrical devices and scholarship ever displayed in one location. This spectacular collection follows a continuous thread of scientific invention and discovery. Beginning with The Dawn of the Electrical Age, the first of the Museum’s six interactive galleries. “It all begins with magnets, amber and fir,” says Museum co-founder Jon Winter. “We start with the earliest machines ever used to make, measure and store static electricity, then progress to the hands-on SPARK Static Lab.”Show more
- 10% Off Admission
The Salmon Run Mural
Lummi artist Jason LaClair teamed up with muralist Gretchen Leggit to transform a 720-foot concrete well along Downtown Bellingham’s Forest Street into a work of art. Drive, walk, or bike alongside the cheerful mural, which features orcas and salmon swimming upstream.
Village Books and Paper Dreams
Village Books and Paper Dreams is a community-based, independent bookstore and gift shop located in the Historic Fairhaven Village on the southside of Bellingham and in the iconic Waples Mercantile Building on Front Street in Lynden, Washington. Since 1980, we have been "building community one book at a time." Village Books and Paper Dreams is a place to meet your friends, talk books, or just while away an hour or two among our shelves or at Evolve Chocolate + Cafe deliciously perched on the mezzaine of Village Books in Fairhaven, overlooking the Village Green. If you're in the neighborhood come on in to explore!Show more
- $5 Off Purchase Of $25 Or More
Wandering Oaks Gallery
We are an Art Gallery and working studio. All of the artwork shown in the gallery is produced by Washington based artists. Along with highlighting local art, we also teach Fused Glass classes on Saturdays and by appointment at other times.
- 25% Off All TenEyck Art Paintings
Whatcom Art Market
Whatcom Art Market is a Co-Op art & gift gallery in the Historic Fairhaven District, composed of almost 50 local creatives. We are open daily 11-6 pm and for Fairhaven art walks twice a year 5-8pm. We offer an array of fine art to functional items.
- Sign Up In Store For A Chance To Win Local Art!
Whatcom Museum - Lightcatcher Building
The Whatcom Museum provides innovative and interactive educational programs and exhibitions about art, nature, and Northwest history. Its three-building campus includes the Lightcatcher building, which houses art galleries, a Northwest Coast Salish Native exhibit, a children's museum space, a cafe, and a store.
- 10% Off Museum Store Purchases
Whatcom Museum - Old City Hall
The Whatcom Museum provides innovative and interactive educational programs and exhibitions about art, nature, and Northwest history. The Whatcom Museum's three-building campus includes Old City Hall, home to the Whatcom Museum since 1941. See local history and rotating community art and culture exhibits at Old City Hall, as well as performances and lectures.Show more
- 10% Off Museum Store Purchases