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!
Shaw Island, Washington
History, Historical Society, Library
Thanks again to all of you who came out for the last (and, hopefully final) Scotch broom pull here on the Preserve in March. It is wonderful to see the shoreline area free of broom...and we encourage you all to check out the hearty patch of Oregon fawn lily (Erythronium oregonum) that is now visible down by the shoreline. Last we checked it was just sending up flowering stalks.
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.
General, History, Library, Specialized
The Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society and Library was founded by Marietta Roth in 1985. We incorporated a year later and obtained non-profit status with the IRS and the State of Washington. Our library has grown to include thousands of rare and interesting books, microfilm and microfiche sets, a CD collection, and internet access.
History, Historic House, Library, Park
The museum was built by the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Association and created to house artifacts of the Stillaguamish River Valley. Items in this museum include, household, logging, dairy, military, railroad, sports, medical, education, transportation, music, and thousands of old B & W photos.
Keeping alive the heritage of the original homesteaders of the area.
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.