Langley, Washington -- commonly referred to as “The Village by the Sea” -- is situated on Whidbey Island, giving locals and visitors beautiful views of the Saratoga Passage and the infamous Cascade Mountain Range. Langley can also enjoy breathtaking views of whales and the calming scent of clean, sea air.
Visitors can find a variety of activities in Langley. Visit Callahan’s Firehouse to partake in a unique glass-blowing class, go to the Langley Whale Centre to learn about marine animals, attend a concert put on by the Saratoga Orchestra, or go shopping. Check out the local vintage and antique shops or spend the day admiring works of art at the MUSEO Gallery, Whidbey Art Gallery, or the Rob Schouten Gallery. The local farmers markets that pop up around town each year offer visitors a great way to get in touch with the heart of Langley.
The best time to visit Langley and enjoy warm-weather activities is from July to August.
Have a fresh, locally-sourced meal at the Saltwater Fish House and Oyster Bar where delicacies like fish and chips, lobster rolls, clam chowder, and crab cakes are on the menu along side green salads, a cocktail bar, and a dozen varieties of beer. For a casual dining solution, feel free to drop into one of Langley’s casual restaurants such as Braeburn Restaurant or Village Pizzeria. Take a detour to one of Langley’s classy vineyards or wineries and treat yourself to the ultimate wine experience.
Some of the events that Langley hosts throughout the year include: Polar Bear Plunge, Bunny Daze, and Queer Pride. Some of the most popular events year-round are the Welcome the Whales Festival, Sea Float Scramble, and the Holly Jolly Parade where colorful floats are paraded up and down first and second street and the hosts give out prizes and toys for the children.
Family and friends can gather at The Machine Shop and have a blast playing pinball and classic arcade games on the shop’s retro game machines. Decorated with neon lights, local artwork, and offering live music every month, The Machine Shop is perfect for family bonding time. Children also love taking a visit to Act II Books and Supplies, a shop that carries unique puppets and pairs them with children’s books (cardboard books for children under 4). The Whidbey Island Fair runs for a course of 3 or 4 days per year and offers rides, tasty food, face painting, and local vendors selling all sorts of creative knick knacks -- perfect for entertaining children who have endless amounts of energy.
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