About Bremerton

A one hour ferry ride from downtown Seattle, Bremerton is truly a beautiful city where guests enjoy the downtown Harborside area. It includes Kitsap Conference Center, two hotels, fine dining, coffee shops, cafes and the Port of Bremerton Marina with 220 permanent slips and 100 for visiting boaters. We invite you to enjoy a stroll through the Arts District, Bremerton Naval Museum, USS Turner Joy, Boardwalk, Harborside Fountain Park and PSNS Memorial Plaza all located near the ferry terminal. Take a short walk across the Manette Bridge for more cafes and shopping. A few blocks north of downtown is the beautiful Evergreen Rotary Park featuring the 9/11 Memorial. Gold Mountain Golf Course includes two 18 hole championship courses and the now popular Disc Golf Course in NAD Park. Our diversity has rewarded Bremerton with a thriving artistic and cultural community. Bremerton has nine unique neighborhoods with new affordable housing, excellent schools, 35 parks, and many recreation programs. It will be easy to see why people are experiencing Bremerton and what a great place it is to live, work, and play.
  1. Bremerton History

    Bremerton is a city in Kitsap County, Washington, United States. Planned in 1891 by German immigrant, William Bremer, the town was officially incorporated in 1901.

  2. City Photo Gallery

    View current and historical photographs from Bremerton, Washington.

  3. Facts & Figures

    Learn about the size of the labor force, the location of the city, and view the top employers in Bremerton.

  4. Living in Bremerton

    Find out all the reasons why Bremerton is rated 1 of the top 5 places in America to raise a family.

  5. Local Attractions & Events

    Learn about a few local attractions and annual events that make Bremerton so special.

  6. Move to Bremerton

    We want you to move to Bremerton!

  7. Volunteer Program

    Learn about volunteering with the City of Bremerton.