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Suquamish Museum

The internationally acclaimed museum has been rated by the Smithsonian Institute as the best historical museum of Native American's in the Pacific Northwest.

It portrays the lifestyle of the Puget Sound Indians before and after the coming of white settlers. The museum takes the perspective of Chief Seattle and his descendants, the Suquamish People, who have inhabited the Puget Sound region for over 15,000 years.

Features include photographs, artifacts and recorded interviews.

Cultural educational programs are available. Browse through our gift shop

This is just one of the many Historical Museums located throughout Washington.

Location: PO Box 498, 15383 Sandy Hook Rd, Suquamish Washington 98392 Telephone 360-598-3311 Fax 360-598-6295

Other History nearby:
(Bainbridge Island) Bainbridge Island Historical Museum
(Seattle) Ballard Avenue Historic District
(Black Diamond) Black Diamond Historical Museum
(Snohomish) Blackman House Museum
(Bothell) Bothell Historical Museum
(Edmonds) Brackett's Feed Barn

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