Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
3750 Meridian Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
Phone: (360) 671-4600
Fax: (360) 671-6487
Touted as the oldest surviving house site in the Bellingham city of the U.S. State of Washington, the Pickett House occupies prime historical importance. The construction of the significant house dates back to 1856. It was a creation of the U.S. Confederate State Army's Captain George Pickett. A distinctive feature of the house remains that the site has undergone very few changes over the decades, thus retaining to its originality. The monumental site stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Depot Market Square is a multipurpose plaza and not just a market as the name would suggest. Several events are held in this plaza. The square can also be rented if you want to host an event.
A red brick building with white trimmings stands proudly in North Forest Street with a cross marking it as a church. Central Lutheran Church has regular services, to which all are welcome, and also have a preschool within their premises.
The Western Washington University is a place which specializes in business, economics, humanities and social sciences. The campus is beautiful with expanses of greenery and several programs are hosted wherein you could involve yourself.
Located in the wooded areas of Bellingham, Washington, the Sehome Hill Arboretum is a park which is full of shady trees, forests and winding trails. There is also an observation tower from which you can see the surrounding woodlands.
Whatcom Falls Park encompasses quite a large space, most of which is full of woods and beautiful gardens. The Whatcom Creek flows through the park, meeting several trails and adding another element of enjoyment. The park also has a playground for kids and a fishing pond.
Gamwell House is located at Bellingham, Washington. It was built in 1890 and designed by architects Longstaff & Black. It was built in the Late Victorian style of architecture and is an iconic landmark of this kind. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 16, 1972.
Fairhaven Village Green Park is a lush green park with park benches, a lovely lawn, a stage for events and an outdoor movie screen where movies are often screened after dark. A drinking fountain and restrooms makes it more convenient to spend long amounts of time at the park.
Red brick pillars with a white sigh demarcate the location of Fairhaven Park. Aside from lush green lawns, shady trees and wooded trails, the park also has a basketball court, a barbecue grill, tennis courts, picnic tables and shelters and many other amenities.
Nestled in the lush greens of the Olympic Peninsula, the Chuckanut Bay Gallery & Sculpture Garden is an unique combination of art and nature. It houses a huge outdoor sculpture garden along with a huge display of around 400 American handicrafts for its visitors. These products can also be purchased.
Located in Abbotsford, the Gur Sikh Temple is the oldest temple in the city. Established since February 26th 1911, the temple is a two-storey building. They have a common dinning room called the Langar on the first floor and prayer hall on the second floor. The architectural design of the temple is spectacular and a treat for the eyes. The temple also features as the National Historic Site Canada.
The Peace Arch is a significant monument that stands erect on the Canadian-United States border. The monument dates back to the year 1921, and is a symbol of peace between these two nations. This site was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.