Bull Kelp: Our Remarkable Underwater Forests

Location: PTMSC Gallery at Flagship Landing
Date: February 24–26, 2023


Bull Kelp: Our Remarkable Underwater Forests
Fridays - Sundays, 12 - 3 p.m.
November 25, 2022 - February 26, 2023
PTMSC Gallery at Flagship Landing
1001 Water St., downtown Port Townsend

Activities and docents provided on Fri- Sun, from 12-3 p.m. Holidays, staff availability and weather may alter these plans; go to ptmsc.org/visit-us to see the current schedule.

A family friendly traveling exhibit exploring the vital worlds of kelp forests just off our shores. This is a combination 3D experience of a bull kelp forest and its creatures with 7 illustrated interpretive panels, video and sound.

Suitable for all ages.
Admission is free.
Donations welcomed and appreciated.

Original mural artwork by Timbul Cahyono.
3D creatures crafted by Mariah Vane.
Andrew Whiteman developed and designed this exhibit.


This exhibit is designed to travel to schools and other public venues over the next several years, and is funded in part by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. We also credit Puget Sound Restoration Fund for generous use of assets.