Worthington Park is a beautiful ten acre, multi-use event center and vacation getaway with unique features. We host all forms of events, with a particular passion for education, entertainment, and enrichment.
Worthington Park is a magnificent rustic property with old world charm. The 1892 Late Victorian Worthington Mansion with French 2nd Empire Mansard roof, has plenty of sleeping and entertaining space with 17 rooms, 3 stories, and ADA accessibility. The outdoor grounds offer picturesque sites from the Worthington Barn built in 1915, and neighboring ten acres, which boasts 660 feet of river frontage on the Little Quilcene River along with wide open meadow with room for over 300 people in front of the outdoor theatre, Linger Longer Stage.
Feel free to browse our collection of photographs of the Worthington House and Grounds. We are continuing progress on our renovations of the house, and will continue to add new photos as rooms are completed and made ready for visitors.
The Story Behind Worthington Park
The Worthington Estate has a rich history. Learn more about the Worthington and Hamilton Families, how the estate came to be acquired by the Quilcene Historical Museum, and read about the restoration of the mansion to its original architectural style.
Please take time to visit the Quilcene Historical Museum, where our heart is set on preserving the past for future generations.
Making it Possible
Efforts to restore the Worthington Mansion and Park have been extensive. We could not have done it without all of the volunteers and generous donors. Thank you to everyone who assisted in making it possible.
Local Area and Quilcene, WA
Worthington Park is located in the town of Quilcene, WA on the Olympic Peninsula nestled between Quilcene Bay and the Olympic National Forest. Quilcene, known as the ‘Pearl of the Peninsula’ (a moniker won by popular vote in a contest) is fitting not only for the town’s business hospitality and friendly community members, but also because Quilcene is home of one of the largest oyster hatcheries in the region.