Throughout its history the Aberdeen Armory Building has been a source of civic pride and activity. Indeed, at the time of its construction, the Armory was hailed as a truly imposing structure. An Aberdeen Daily World article of the period stated: "The Armory in its completed state will appeal to the pride of every resident of Aberdeen." The Armory has been a sound and stylish shelter for community affairs for the last 84 years.
Culture, History, Specialized
CWB is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to preserving maritime heritage for future generations. We believe that it is essential to preserve the skills and stories associated with wooden small craft by teaching workshops, organizing events and regattas, and igniting a passion for wood and water in young and old alike. We thrive because of the support of a dedicated group of volunteers, members, and staff who believe that our mission is important.
The Children's Museum offers children and their families a fun, interactive learning experience that challenges visitors to work in teams, manipulate objects, role play, problem solve and develop eye-hand coordination with a variety of unique exhibits and
Port Townsend, Washington
Restored 1903 quarters of Commanding Officer, Puget Sound Harbor Defense at Fort Worden State Park. Twelve rooms furnished with an outstanding collection of late-Victorian antiques.
The Tacoma Art Museum presents and collects art of the 19th and 20th centuries, with special emphasis on art of the Northwest. Collection consisits of approx. 2,500 pieces. The museum is noted for its award-winning education programs. Programs bring schoo
History, Historical Society
We are an up and coming, relatively new heritage organization intent on raising the profile of Tacoma history and moving toward our goal of a museum for Tacoma history.
The Eastside Heritage Center was established in 2001 through the merger of the Bellevue Historical Society, in Bellevue, and the Marymoor Museum of Eastside History, in Redmond. Due to King County budget shortfalls, the Marymoor Museum was asked to leave its home of 35 years, the Clise Mansion at Marymoor Park. The Museum closed its doors in December, 2002, and the collection of over 30,000 objects is now housed in offsite storage.
Turn of the Century flour mill with original equipment. Picnic area, restrooms and park area.
Culture, History, Historical Society
Location: The museum is located in the carriage room of Carnation Farm, now home to the Hole in the Wall camp Camp Korey.
Exhibits depict cattle industry history; life in small Indian reservation town in 1890-1920; Meyers Indian collection; works by nationally known Yakima Valley artists Leo Adams, Nell Scott, Leo Colfax, and Ella Lawrence. Collection depicts the diverse oc