Step back into history on a Langley Walking Tour given by local historian Bob Waterman.|
Whether you've lived on South Whidbey your entire life, are a new resident, or just visiting, Langley's colorful history and stories about early residents come alive on this enjoyable walking tour.
10 a.m. to roughly noon on Saturdays June 4 or 11.
Walks begin at the SW Historical Museum and take place rain or shine.
Wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring a bottle of water. Advance tickets recommended. Masks are required indoors; outdoors for vaccinated people masks are optional, required for nonvaccinated people.
Tours last about two hours, with the first half as a lecture with photos inside the Museum's front room.
Tickets: $15 apiece.
Each tour limited to 10 people
Ticket sales benefit the South Whidbey Historical Society.
Langley, WA - begins at the South Whidbey Historical Museum (View)
312 Second Street
Langley, WA 98260
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|