Where to Find Glass Floats During BIMA’S Summer Treasure Trek

200 glass orbs 🔮

📸: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art | Glass float from BIMA’s Treasure Trek in 2023

📆 Saturday, June 15th – Saturday, July 13th
📍 Hidden on public lands across Kitsap County

Last year, to celebrate its 10th anniversary, the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) hid 200 hand-blown glass orbs around public lands across Kitsap County outside of Seattle. The treasure trek was a success, and so it’s back for the summer.

The museum is hiding 200 yellow hand-blown glass orbs across public lands in Kitsap County, and the rules are simple. If you find one of the balls created by youth glassblowers in Tacoma, it’s yours to keep. “You find it, you keep it,” says BIMA. “However, we ask that you just keep one so more people can enjoy the hunt.”

SEE PARTICIPATING LOCATIONS HERE

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND
Fort Ward Park
Grand Forest East
Hawley Cove Park
Manzanita Park
Strawberry Hill Park

BREMERTON
Chico Salmon Viewing Park
Kitsap County Fairgrounds Trails

HANSVILLE
Buck Lake County Park

OLALLA
Anderson Point County Park

PORT ORCHARD
Howe Farm County Park
Long Lake County Park
South Kitsap Regional Park

POULSBO
American Legion Park
Fish Park
Island Lake County Park
Nelson Park

SEABECK
Guillemot Cove Trailhead

SILVERDALE
Kitsap County Anderson Landing Park
Clear Creek Trail

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Chase Burns

Chase Burns is The Ticket’s editor. As a reporter, he’s covered everything from gay luchadores to chemical weapons to Isabella Rossellini’s favorite pets. Right now he’s really into the fruit sandwiches at Baiten in Capitol Hill.