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The Log Cabin Museum is owned and operated by the Sidney Museum and Arts Association. The museum currently houses changing exhibits of home life in the area during the last century.

The 1914 cabin is located on its original site.

Admission is free.

Location: 416 Sidney Avenue, Port Orchard Washington 98366 Telephone 360-876-3693

Other History nearby:
(Bainbridge Island) Bainbridge Island Historical Museum
(Seattle) Ballard Avenue Historic District
(Olympia) Bigelow House Museum and Neighborhood
(Black Diamond) Black Diamond Historical Museum
(Snohomish) Blackman House Museum
(Bothell) Bothell Historical Museum


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