Bellingham ( BEL-ing-ham) is the most populous city in, and county seat of Whatcom County in the U.S. state of Washington. It lies 21 miles (34 km) south of the U.S.–Canada border in between two major cities of the Pacific Northwest: Vancouver, British Columbia (located 52 miles (84 km) to the northwest) and Seattle (90 miles (140 km) to the south). The city had a population of 92,314 as of 2019.
The city of Bellingham, incorporated in 1903, consolidated four settlements: Bellingham, Whatcom, Fairhaven, and Sehome. It takes its name from Bellingham Bay, named by George Vancouver in 1792, for Sir William Bellingham, the Controller of Storekeeper Accounts of the Royal Navy during the Vancouver Expedition.
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Iain Davidson | Apr 22, 2018
Quirky old town area, with some awesome unique businesses. Some empty stores. But do check out Mallards (handmade local ice cream), Baglery (bagels, eggs, coffee), Avenue Bread (sandwiches and soup), Looking Glass Salon (haircut), WECU (banking needs), Allied Arts of Whatcom County (local art and artisans ), and many others...
Amanda June Hagarty | Jul 28, 2017
I checked out downtown sounds. It was great. Plenty of free parking nearby. Lots of cool stuff to do. Great music. I recommend it as a nice thing to do on a summer evening.
Dave Westbrook | Sep 1, 2017
Cool place with a public market good prices and lots of locals. Mini crafts are available and the Farmers Market has a large variety of local vegetables and fruits
M Greenleaf | Jul 20, 2017
They do great things for our city.
Dawn Toney | Mar 22, 2018
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