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 Saturday, Sept. 17. (The Sept. 3 tour has been cancelled.)
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: $10 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!|