Bremerton is located in Kitsap County, Washington, in the United Stated of America. The population of more than 38.000 people makes Bremerton the largest city in the peninsula. The city was established by a German named William Bremer, in 1891 and it is sister to the city of Kure in Japan and Olongapo in Philippines. If you have the opportunity to visit this beautiful town, do not skip a few great museums and galleries.
Amy Burnett Gallery is the gallery of artist and columnist Amy Burnett. Famous in Bremerton for winning numerous art prizes and awards, her gallery has an amazing collection of her work and you can also buy some of the exhibits.
Clarywerks Ceramic and Pottery Studio is a fun and creative place located in Bremerton. Children and adults also can create pottery, paint and buy their own creations.
Collective Visions Gallery is an art gallery opened in 1994. Back then it was just the second gallery to open in Bremerton. This place has an exhibition including the work of more than 20 artists - drawings, ceramics, photography, paintings and many more. The art gallery is also used as space for reception offering a beautiful and fancy sight.
Kitsap County Historical Society Museum preserves the heritage of Bremerton and of the Kitsap County. Offering a great visual history lesson through its numerous exhibitions, the museum not only offers enjoyment, but also education. The motto of this place is Come visit, remember and learn with us.
Puget Sound Navy Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the naval heritage of the Pacific Northwest offering tourists a scoop inside the life in the US Navy. Learn about the naval history of Bremerton and do not skip the visit to the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard located on the area of the museum and considered another great attraction of Bremerton.