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Farhaven is a great neighborhood in Bellingham, full of stores, restaurants, cafes and is the old part of town. You can park and walk all around. It is also where the ferry , bus, and train, terminal are located.
Take the scenic route along Chuckanut Drive to historic Fairhaven. Enjoy the shops and dining, stroll through Boulevard Park along the interurban trail or relax on the Village Green. And a trip to Fairhaven wouldn’t be complete without a stop into Village Books.
Known for its colorful 19th-century architecture and history. Many red brick buildings of Fairhaven’s Victorian-era survive in the federally designated historic district. Most of these are now home to a variety of unique local businesses, art galleries, restaurants and pubs and one of the best…
This historic area has so many great shops, restaurants and you can take the trail from Fairhaven all the way to Boulevard Park.
Fun seaside community with a wide variety of restaurants, shops, brewery and during the summer,Alaska Ferry Terminal Operations. The train runs thru Fairhaven as well. Drive the scenic Chuckanut Drive to get to and from Fairhaven. Bellingham is just north as is Western Washington University.
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