In 1882, Norwegian immigrants established the fishing and farming community of Poulsbo on the Kitsap Peninsula fjord. Today, picturesque Poulsbo is know as "Little Norway on the Fjord". Visitors enjoy the city's international flavor, galleries, antiques and other unique shops, waterfront restaurants, kayaking Liberty Bay, and Marine Science Center.
Poulsbo Trip Ideas
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