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Located at the foot of Coupeville Wharf, the museum has displays depicting the culture of the Skagit Indians and other tribes of northern Puget Sound, maritime and agricultural history, and pioneer lifestyles. Call for hours and admission prices. Also visit the museum gift shop.

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

Location: PO Box 305, 908 NW Alexander St, Coupeville Washington 98239 Telephone 360-678-3310

Other History nearby:
(Anacortes) Anacortes History Museum
(Snohomish) Blackman House Museum
(Bothell) Bothell Historical Museum
(Edmonds) Brackett's Feed Barn
(Oak Harbor) CCC Interpretive Center
(Coupeville) Central Whidbey Island Historic District


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