Leavenworth Bavarian Village
Nestled within the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, this small town with its Bauernhaus architecture could be a doppelganger of the famous southern German state. Starting out as a timber community in the early 1900s, Leavenworth's Bavarian theme started appearing in the 1960s. The town's convenient location to a railroad and ski jump made it a vacation destination. Specialty shops, annual events, and plenty of festivals ensure that you'll have a good time no matter what month you decide to visit.