While you may have already been to Poulsbo, Winthrop, or Leavenworth, Washington has plenty more unique small towns to discover. Another charming place you’ve got to check out is Port Townsend, located in Jefferson County at the Northeast tip of the Olympic Peninsula.

National Geographic has even named the town as “one of the most sophisticated places west of Seattle,” and they’ve also ranked it as the 24th most historic destination in the whole world. From the stunning architecture to unforgettable attractions, here are 10 of many reasons why you should mark a trip to this town on your calendar:

Related Stories

This Enchanting Garden Restaurant In Washington Will Transport You To Another World

This Enchanting Garden Restaurant In Washington Will Transport You To Another World

This Is The Most Washington Song You'll Ever Hear, And We Can't Stop Listening To It

This Is The Most Washington Song You'll Ever Hear, And We Can't Stop Listening To It

Sip And Sample Your Way Through Woodinville on This Washington Wine Trail

Sip And Sample Your Way Through Woodinville on This Washington Wine Trail

Have you been to this unique small town before? Where else would you recommend visiting? Share your thoughts below!

OnlyInYourState may earn compensation through affiliate links in this article. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.