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Bremerton, WA

Bremerton, the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula, is home of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

Downtown Bremerton is experiencing a renaissance, starting with the new Transportation Center, Kitsap Conference Center and a new hotel on the city's waterfront. A new government center, which provides combined governmental services in a single building, anchors the town's revitalized core.

Kitsap Conference Center at Bremerton Harborside

Bremerton, the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula, is home of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

Downtown Bremerton is experiencing a renaissance, starting with the new Transportation Center, Kitsap Conference Center and a new hotel on the city's waterfront. A new government center, which provides combined governmental services in a single building, anchors the town's revitalized core.

Already contributing to the downtown revitalization are art galleries, the Admiral Theatre, museums and many quaint shops and restaurants.

Kitsap Conference Center at Bremerton Harborside

Bremerton, the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula, is home of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

Downtown Bremerton is experiencing a renaissance, starting with the new Transportation Center, Kitsap Conference Center and a new hotel on the city's waterfront. A new government center, which provides combined governmental services in a single building, anchors the town's revitalized core.

Already contributing to the downtown revitalization are art galleries, the Admiral Theatre, museums and many quaint shops and restaurants.

Kitsap Conference Center at Bremerton Harborside

Bremerton, the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula, is home of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

Downtown Bremerton is experiencing a renaissance, starting with the new Transportation Center, Kitsap Conference Center and a new hotel on the city's waterfront. A new government center, which provides combined governmental services in a single building, anchors the town's revitalized core.

Already contributing to the downtown revitalization are art galleries, the Admiral Theatre, museums and many quaint shops and restaurants.

Recently ranked by Money Magazine as one of the future hot spots among cities with under 250,000 residents and in 2002, as the eighth-best place in the West to live among population areas from 100,000 to 249,999.

Bremerton is a safe, environmentally clean community within an hour's ferry ride from downtown Seattle where you can visit the Navy destroyer Turner Joy, stroll along a delightful block-long waterfront promenade and check out the new Kitsap Conference Center Plaza with it's facinating fountains, and enjoy a bounty of seasonal community events and concerts.

Downtown has three museums, in one block, within walking distance of the ferries.

The city's parks are a source of community pride, offering visitors excellent picnic grounds, ball fields and one of the nation's premier golf courses, the challenging 36-hole Gold Mountain Municipal course.

Kitsap Conference Center at Bremerton Harborside

Bremerton, the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula, is home of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

Downtown Bremerton is experiencing a renaissance, starting with the new Transportation Center, Kitsap Conference Center and a new hotel on the city's waterfront. A new government center, which provides combined governmental services in a single building, anchors the town's revitalized core.

Already contributing to the downtown revitalization are art galleries, the Admiral Theatre, museums and many quaint shops and restaurants.

Kitsap Conference Center at Bremerton Harborside

Bremerton, the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula, is home of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

Downtown Bremerton is experiencing a renaissance, starting with the new Transportation Center, Kitsap Conference Center and a new hotel on the city's waterfront. A new government center, which provides combined governmental services in a single building, anchors the town's revitalized core.

Already contributing to the downtown revitalization are art galleries, the Admiral Theatre, museums and many quaint shops and restaurants.

Recently ranked by Money Magazine as one of the future hot spots among cities with under 250,000 residents and in 2002, as the eighth-best place in the West to live among population areas from 100,000 to 249,999.

Bremerton is a safe, environmentally clean community within an hour's ferry ride from downtown Seattle where you can visit the Navy destroyer Turner Joy, stroll along a delightful block-long waterfront promenade and check out the new Kitsap Conference Center Plaza with it's facinating fountains, and enjoy a bounty of seasonal community events and concerts.

Downtown has three museums, in one block, within walking distance of the ferries.

The city's parks are a source of community pride, offering visitors excellent picnic grounds, ball fields and one of the nation's premier golf courses, the challenging 36-hole Gold Mountain Municipal course.

Kitsap Conference Center at Bremerton Harborside

Bremerton, the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula, is home of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

Downtown Bremerton is experiencing a renaissance, starting with the new Transportation Center, Kitsap Conference Center and a new hotel on the city's waterfront. A new government center, which provides combined governmental services in a single building, anchors the town's revitalized core.

Already contributing to the downtown revitalization are art galleries, the Admiral Theatre, museums and many quaint shops and restaurants.

Recently ranked by Money Magazine as one of the future hot spots among cities with under 250,000 residents and in 2002, as the eighth-best place in the West to live among population areas from 100,000 to 249,999.

Bremerton is a safe, environmentally clean community within an hour's ferry ride from downtown Seattle where you can visit the Navy destroyer Turner Joy, stroll along a delightful block-long waterfront promenade and check out the new Kitsap Conference Center Plaza with it's facinating fountains, and enjoy a bounty of seasonal community events and concerts.

Downtown has three museums, in one block, within walking distance of the ferries.

The city's parks are a source of community pride, offering visitors excellent picnic grounds, ball fields and one of the nation's premier golf courses, the challenging 36-hole Gold Mountain Municipal course.

Recently ranked by Money Magazine as one of the future hot spots among cities with under 250,000 residents and in 2002, as the eighth-best place in the West to live among population areas from 100,000 to 249,999.

Bremerton is a safe, environmentally clean community within an hour's ferry ride from downtown Seattle where you can visit the Navy destroyer Turner Joy, stroll along a delightful block-long waterfront promenade and check out the new Kitsap Conference Center Plaza with it's facinating fountains, and enjoy a bounty of seasonal community events and concerts.

Downtown has three museums, in one block, within walking distance of the ferries.

The city's parks are a source of community pride, offering visitors excellent picnic grounds, ball fields and one of the nation's premier golf courses, the challenging 36-hole Gold Mountain Municipal course.

Recently ranked by Money Magazine as one of the future hot spots among cities with under 250,000 residents and in 2002, as the eighth-best place in the West to live among population areas from 100,000 to 249,999.

Bremerton is a safe, environmentally clean community within an hour's ferry ride from downtown Seattle where you can visit the Navy destroyer Turner Joy, stroll along a delightful block-long waterfront promenade and check out the new Kitsap Conference Center Plaza with it's facinating fountains, and enjoy a bounty of seasonal community events and concerts.

Downtown has three museums, in one block, within walking distance of the ferries.

The city's parks are a source of community pride, offering visitors excellent picnic grounds, ball fields and one of the nation's premier golf courses, the challenging 36-hole Gold Mountain Municipal course.

Recently ranked by Money Magazine as one of the future hot spots among cities with under 250,000 residents and in 2002, as the eighth-best place in the West to live among population areas from 100,000 to 249,999.

Bremerton is a safe, environmentally clean community within an hour's ferry ride from downtown Seattle where you can visit the Navy destroyer Turner Joy, stroll along a delightful block-long waterfront promenade and check out the new Kitsap Conference Center Plaza with it's facinating fountains, and enjoy a bounty of seasonal community events and concerts.

Downtown has three museums, in one block, within walking distance of the ferries.

The city's parks are a source of community pride, offering visitors excellent picnic grounds, ball fields and one of the nation's premier golf courses, the challenging 36-hole Gold Mountain Municipal course.

Already contributing to the downtown revitalization are art galleries, the Admiral Theatre, museums and many quaint shops and restaurants.

Recently ranked by Money Magazine as one of the future hot spots among cities with under 250,000 residents and in 2002, as the eighth-best place in the West to live among population areas from 100,000 to 249,999.

Bremerton is a safe, environmentally clean community within an hour's ferry ride from downtown Seattle where you can visit the Navy destroyer Turner Joy, stroll along a delightful block-long waterfront promenade and check out the new Kitsap Conference Center Plaza with it's facinating fountains, and enjoy a bounty of seasonal community events and concerts.

Downtown has three museums, in one block, within walking distance of the ferries.

The city's parks are a source of community pride, offering visitors excellent picnic grounds, ball fields and one of the nation's premier golf courses, the challenging 36-hole Gold Mountain Municipal course.

*Courtesy Kitsap Peninsula Convention and Visitors Bureau
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