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Old house with freshly harvested field around it and a tractor sitting next to the house.

Ferry House Tours – Ebey’s Landing

The iconic Ferry House, rarely open to the public, will be open for three days of limited tours this summer.  This is one of the oldest residential buildings in Washington, built in 1860 and currently undergoing restoration. Guests must preregister for the tour, and groups are limited to 20 people. There will be two tours per day, at 10 AM and 1 PM.

Old wooden house next to a small wooden fortress, a blockhouse

Ebey House Open at Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve

Jacob & Sarah Ebey House opens to the public for the summer. This historic house –  one of the oldest in the state – will be open Thursdays through Sundays, from 10am to 4pm, from May 26 through Labor Day Weekend. While there, take a beautiful hike on the high bluffs of Whidbey Island.

Ebey’s Landing Film Festival

Be a part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve by attending the screening of films made during the 50-hour FilmSlam (see April 13 listing). View this iconic area through the lens of film makers. Films made during the FilmSlam will be screened to the public, with prizes awarded for the Judge’s Choice and the People’s … Read More

Ebey’s Landing Junior Ranger Day

Junior Ranger Day at the Coupeville Farmers Market Perfect family event for children.  Complete the Junior Ranger activity book, be sworn in as an official Junior Ranger and receive your badge!