Bellingham City


210 Lottie St, Bellingham, WA 98225, USA

Bellingham is a vibrant coastal city in located Northwestern Washington.

The most populous city in Whatcom County and 12th largest city in Washingon, Bellingham has a confirmed 2010 population of 80,885 and an estimated April 1, 2018 population of 88,500 as determined by the Washington State Office of Financial Management.

The city of Bellingham was incorporated in 1903 with the original town called Bellingham Bay being discovered by George Vancouver in June 1792.

Bellingham has many local attractions and a vibrant social scene due to lots of college students, an emerging craft beer industry and Farmers markets featuring many vendors, live music and more. During the summer things get particularly lively with lots of evening entertainment and street sights.

In 2014, Bellingham’s downtown was named #8 on’s Best downtown list.

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Local Attractions & Amenities


  • Whatcom Falls Park
  • Boulevard Park
  • Lake Padden Park
  • Nooksack Falls
  • Larrabee State Park
  • South Bay Trail
  • Interurban Trail
  • Big Rock Garden
  • Lake Whatcom
  • Chain Lakes Loop
  • Zaunich Point Park
  • Sehome Hill Arboretum
  • Glen Echo Garden


  • Bellingham International Airport
  • Amtrak
  • Skytrain
  • Alaska Marine Highway System 355 Harris
  • Cordate Public Transit Station
  • Skagit Transit
  • Anacortes Ferry Terminal
  • Lummi Island Ferry Terminal

There are many attractions in Bellingham including Whatcom Falls Park.