San Juan Island boasts more working artists per capita than anywhere else in Washington. Get inspired!
Quaint, locally maintained military museum with exhibitions from the Civil War to current conflicts.
110 First Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.298.1940
San Juan Aviation Museum
Exhibits archive the history of aviation on San Juan Island and its pilots.
800 Franklin Drive, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.378.4724
Find an array of historic island buildings, including the original county jail, on the museum's lawn. Featuring exhibits of 19th and early 20th century life on the Island. San Juan Historical Museum is the home of the Annual July 4th Pig War Picnic, the Music on the Lawn Summer Concert Series, the Annual Old Fashioned Christmas Celebration.
405 Price Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.378.3949
Dedicated to promoting arts from the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia with an emphasis on a sense of place.
540 Spring Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.370.5050
20 acres of outdoor art, displaying over 150 artists with five trails meandering through woods, around a natural pond and along beautiful Westcott Bay.
9083 Roche Harbor Road, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.370.0035
Gorgeous natural history museum, the first nationwide dedicated to a species living in the wild. Learn about stewardship of the whales and the Salish Sea ecosystem, adopt a whale and visit the extensive gift shop.
62 First Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.378.4710
Native art from the source.
130 First Street S, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.378.3433
Blown glass art, pendants and pet memorials.
Booth at 65 Front Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.370.5663
This hidden gem is home to Howie Rosenfeld's engravings, scrimshaw and paintings of ships & whales. Howie is also a custom framer.
321 Geneste Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.378.5788
Showcasing nature photography, jewelery & glass art from island artists, as well as nautical collectibles.
60 First Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.378.9193
Original paintings by resident artists Tom and Mary Garrels, handcrafted furniture, custom framing.
180 First Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.370.7037
Featuring arts and crafts from over 200 island artists, including paintings, textiles, sculpture, soaps, jewelry, woodwork, books and music.
270 Spring Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.378.6550
Presenting Terry Ogle's wood carvings, sculptures and watercolors and Janie Ogle's hand painted silk scarves.
180 First Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.317.5163
Monthly exhibits of contemporary artists, reflecting the Pacific Northwest experience.
315 Argyle Street, Friday Harbor, Washington • 360.378.3060