Puget Sound Military Forts Tour

What to expect
  • Embark on a guided excursion to the Olympic Peninsula, Whidbey Island, and Marrowstone Island
  • Check out three early 20th century military forts, a floating bridge, and visit several historic towns
  • Fuel up with a complimentary lunch and snacks, and enjoy 3 separate ferry rides
  • Treat yourself to a Puget Sound adventure that features remarkable natural scenery and historical sites
Three forts. Three ferry rides. Countless memories.

During this guided tour, you’ll head from Seattle to the Olympic Peninsula region for an engaging look at the so-called “Death Triangle.” Consisting of three historic forts built in 1902, the Triangle was designed to protect the Puget Sound from foreign invasion. Nowadays, it provides history buffs an incredible look at military strategy and technology in the early 20th century.

With one fort on the peninsula, and the other two on islands, you’ll get to experience three ferry crossings offering incredible views of the Puget Sound.

Included in this tour are Port Townsend Fort Worden, Whidbey Island’s Fort Casey, and Marrowstone Island’s Fort Flagler. Plus, a crossing of the Hood Canal Floating Bridge, and stop in a few historic towns for good measure.

And since all that fun requires plenty of fuel, lunch and in-route snacks are provided!

Maybe they should rename it “Living-It-Up Triangle.”

Note: There is a minimum of 2 people for this tour. Lunch and snacks included. Exact meeting location provided upon confirmation of booking.
Key Highlights
Price $329.00 per guest
Duration / Session 9 hours
# Sessions 1
There are no refunds; all sales are final.

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