A place for all ages to discover the heritage, history and culture of Scandinavia. The Center houses nearly 2000 textiles, tools, household items, costumes, artwork, woodcrafts and porcelain. Year-round programming (exhibits, musical concerts, lectures, l
Schack Art Center is a visual arts education center located in downtown Everett, WA. Our facilities include professional and student exhibit galleries, hot shop for glass blowing, artist production studios, classrooms, and a gift shop.
Culture, History, Library
The Sedro-Woolley Museum is dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Sedro-Woolley, Skagit County, and beyond. We receive visitors from all over the county and state--and from all over the world. We're proud of our extensive collection, donated by the community and cared for by our friendly volunteers. Spend an hour or two browsing the exhibits. Conduct research in our library. Attend our special events. What you find will surprise you!
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Library
The Shoreline Historical Museum exhibits the history of the Northwest King County region, and conducts programs related to that history.
Spokane Valley, Washington
The Spokane Valley Heritage Museum is a unique walk through the history and culture of the Valley. The museum is located in a 1912 historical landmark. The museum is heavy on artifacts and exhibits which engage all senses. The museum is colorful and appeals to every generation. Outside exhibit space is currently being developed.
Culture, General, History
The museum offers exhibitions with emphasis on the Steilacoom Tribe and other Coast Salish People, and a changing exhibits gallery. The permament collection, ranging from Pre-Colombian era to the present, includes traditional clothing, baskets, tools, ado
Culture, History, Historical Society
Stella, is located on the Washington side of the Columbia River at River Mile (RM) 56.5, at the mouth of Germany Creek. The Stella townsite was originally part of a 320-acre Donation Land Claim filed by John Guisendorfer in the early 1850s. Soon after it was purchased by Henry Lawson who established a river landing at the site.
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Children's, Culture, History, Library, Specialized
The Suquamish Museum is in the heart of Suquamish Village on the Port Madison Indian Reservation located on the breathtaking Kitsap Peninsula, named after Suquamish Chief Kitsap. The county boasts over 250 miles of saltwater shoreline, miles and miles of hiking and biking trails and many vibrant communities. At the corner of Suquamish Way & Division Streets, the new Suquamish Museum facility designed by Mithun Architects (Seattle) has a natural and environmental footprint.