If you’ve ever been to Port Townsend, you already know there’s something inexplicably nostalgic about it. While Washington was one of the newer states to join the union in 1889, this sleepy little seaside village somehow feels like it’s thousands of years old. And according to Architectural Digest, it’s also home to one of the country’s best Main Streets.

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