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Blackman House Museum

Hyrcanus Blackman, a successful local merchant and first mayor of Snohomish, built this charming Queen Anne-style cottage in 1878. It is the oldest standing building in Snohomish. Blackman's descendants continued to live in the house until 1969 when the Snohomish Historical Society purchased the house and restored it to its Victorian splendor.

Admission is $1 adults, $.50 seniors, children and students.

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

Location: 118 Ave B, Snohomish Washington 98290 Telephone 360-568-5235

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


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