Tour of The Bloedel Reserve

This 3.5 hour personal tour of The Bloedel Reserve is a one-of-a-kind experience with a knowledgeable trained local tour guide that you'll never forget. We begin our day exploring Bainbridge Island's unique personality, and show you the island's beautiful scenery and some secret spots that will fill you with joy. We then arrive at Fay Bainbridge State Park for a beachfront wildlife watch and a enjoyable snack. Next, we head to The Bloedel Reserve, a world-renowned garden and botanical reserve that includes many amazing photo opportunities. 

We promise you wont regret booking this tour of Bainbridge Island with Tour Bainbridge.

✓ Rated the "Most Amazing Experience On Bainbridge Island."

✓ Awarded "Best of Bainbridge" 2019

✓ See the top sights on Bainbridge Island

✓ Best affordable tours

✓ Convenient start time

✓ Friendly and knowledgeable local tour guides


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(Tours will not run without prior reservations)
All tours must be booked at least 24 hours in advance.
Please be sure to sign your waiver to avoid delay. (A link will be sent to your email upon booking)

What's included

  • Entry fees for Bloedel Reserve
  • Personalize Tour of the Bloedel Reserve
  • Tour of Bainbridge Island
  • Safe and comfortable transportation in our luxury coach
  • Wildlife watching in their natural habitat
  • Professional, courteous and knowledgable local guides
  • Snacks

Tour Pick Up and Important Information

You're pick up location options are chosen during the booking process. Please indicate where you would like to be picked up during your booking process.  


Weather Conditions

Pacific Northwest weather can be temperamental, so it's a good idea to bring some warm clothes with you (essential in the winter months). Bainbridge Island is usually warmer than the surrounding areas but from our experience, you will be much more comfortable if you’re not battling the elements! Layers are a good way to adapt to the often changing weather conditions. Comfortable shoes are a good idea too, as we do some light walking on all of our tours. Washington is famous for its rain, but it typically rains much less than you probably imagine! It would still be a good idea to pack an umbrella and/or waterproofs with you, just in case.