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The Whale Museum

The Whale Museum, located in beautiful Friday Harbor, Washington, opened to the public in 1979 as the first museum in the country devoted to a species living in the wild. Today, our museum continues to promote stewardship of whales and the Salish Sea ecosystem through education and research.

Lime Kiln Point

Lime Kiln Point State Park is a 42-acre Washington state park on the western shore of San Juan Island in the San Juan archipelago. The park is considered one of the best places in the world to view wild orcas from a land-based facility. Wikipedia

San Juan Islands Sculpture Park

The San Juan Islands Sculpture Park was founded in 1998 and it was originally called the Westcott Bay Institute for Art & Nature. The Park has evolved to offer its visitors a quality experience of art and nature working in harmony.

American Camp

American Camp is located on the southern end of San Juan Island. When Great Britain and the United States in 1859 agreed to a joint occupation of San Juan Island until the water boundary between the two nations could be settled, it was decided that American Camp and English Camp would be located on opposite ends of the island.

English Camp

English Camp is located on Garrison Bay, 9 miles northwest of Friday Harbor. The Royal Marines lived at English Camp during the peaceful 12-year joint British/U.S. occupation of San Juan Island.
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No vehicle? M&W Auto Sales will rent you a car, Susie's Mopeds will rent you a moped and Meat Machines will rent you a bike. San Juan Island Transit will shuttle you around the island and we also have several taxi services. 
Good places to get more ideas about things to do here on the island are the San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau and San Juan Island Web Directory. To find out about events, festivals and other doings here on the island try the San Juan Island Community Calendar, the San Juan Update or the San Juan Islander.