Coupeville and Central Whidbey have a great selection of indoor activities to keep you busy during your stay.
ART GALLERIES & ARTISTS STUDIOS:
Local artists get their inspiration from the natural scenic beauty and historic buildings that surround you in Coupeville and Central Whidbey.
- GREENBANK FARM:: S. on highway 20 from Coupeville or North on 525 from Freeland. The Farm is home to three fabulous art galleries, each filled with pieces that are produced by local and regional artists. Visit our Art Galleries page on our website to get an overview of what our galleries have to offer: Raven Rocks Studio, Artworks Gallery, Rob Schouten Gallery click here
- PACIFIC NORTHWEST ART SCHOOL & GALLERY: 15 NW Birch Street, Coupeville, offers workshops throughout the year and have an excellent gallery displaying local artists work including, paint, photography, sketching, weaver, wood art and more. visit us here
- PENN COVE GALLERY - 9 NW Front Street, Coupeville, offers collectable, giftable, wearable art from 27 local artists, including acrylics, furniture, basketry, jewelry, pastels and watercolors, oils, wood carving, photography and more. visit us here
- RYAN & FRIENDS ART GALLERY: 902 NE Center St., Coupeville. A mix of fine Art and Photography featuring more than a dozen artists including her own work.
ISLAND COUNTY MUSEUM - . 908 NW Alexander Street, Coupeville. Features local and regional history. Ice Age relics, Mammoth remains, a fine Native American collection – including cedar dugout canoes, maritime, early settlers, and the first automobile on Whidbey Island (1902 Holsman auto buggy) are highlighted in the main exhibit.visit our website
MARINE EXHIBIT ON COUPEVILLE WHARF
The Coupeville Wharf hosts several marine exhibits provided by the WSU - Beach Watchers. These consist of various interpretive displays and two marine mammal skeletons. One skeleton suspended from the ceiling of the wharf building is that of a young Gray Whale (Eschrichtius robustus) whose 32.4 foot body was found on the northwest side if Whidbey Island in December 1998. The other skeleton is that of a Dall's Porpoise, also preserved and presented by the WSU Beach Watchers in 2006. This porpoise washed ashore on Valentines day 2004 and so was called Rudolph Valentino, Rudy for sho
Whidbey Playhouse: . 730 SE Midway Blvd. Oak Harbor. The Whidbey Playhouse has been providing theatrical entertainment to Whidbey Island for 45 years. Check out their website for what’s on this season. visit us here
- BAYLEAF: 101 Coveland, Coupeville. Selection of Local and European Wines - cliick here for website
- GREENBANK FARM WINE SHOP Highway 20 South of Coupeville or North of Freeland. The shop focuses on local and regional wines as part of our commitment to right-sized commerce. While it doesn’t have to be a special day to come down for an afternoon tasting, such an activity does make entertaining guests or celebrating birthdays a lot more fun.Click here for website
- VAIL WINE SHOP & TASTING ROOM - : 22 Front Street Coupeville. . Feature several local Island wines and a wide variety of exclusive and hard to find Washington state wines. The diverse selection of wines we offer comes from the state's finest vineyards and we think you're gonna love them! click here for website
- SPOILED DOG WINERY - 5881 Maxwelton road, Langley 360-661-6226 For Website: visit us here
- WHIDBEY ISLAND WINERY - 5237 Langley Road, Langley. Just a short ferry ride from the Seattle metropolitan area is Whidbey Island, the largest jewel in the Puget Sound's Island crown. Its soaring views and rural charm have made it a natural as an escape from suburban reality, and an essential part of a Washington tour. Whidbey's rain shadow climate and casual but cultured attitude made it our choice for home, vineyards and winery. Check out their Summer Concert Series on their website.click here