As you disembark the Bremerton ferry, Dog Days Brewing is a stone’s throw away on popular 4th Street, which will soon become Quincy Square. Dog Days Brewing offers outdoor seating where you can relax with a tasteful ale in your hand and your dog by your side.
Closed Sunday-Tuesday, Open Wednesday-Friday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and Saturday 12 p.m.-4 p.m.
The next museum on the tour is the Kitsap Historical Society and Museum on popular 4th street. This museum offers extensive history on Kitsap County and the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. It also includes the Valentinetti Puppet Museum on the second floor.
After exploring the Kitsap Historical Society and Museum and having some fun at the Valentinetti Puppet Museum, stroll on down to the USS Turner Joy along the Beautiful Bremerton Boardwalk. The USS Turner Joy is a Vietnam Era Destroyer first launched in 1958. The USS Turner Joy gives you the opportunity to go back in time and imagine yourself stationed on the bridge during combat or in the Combat Information Center during one of the ship’s many missions on the line providing naval gunfire support off the coast of Vietnam. The Bremerton Historic Ships Association has made a considerable effort to maintain this famous destroyer in a manner that anyone who served aboard would be proud to see.