Last updated: 1/9/2012
Tulalip, Washington
Street Address
6410 23rd Ave NE
Tulalip, WA 98271
Mailing Address
6410 23rd Ave NE
Tulalip, WA 98271
Hours
Tuesday - Friday10 AM - 5 PM
Sunday, Saturday12 PM - 5 PM
Mondayclosed
Admissions
Adults (18yrs & over): $10
Seniors (over 50): $7
Military & Veterans: $6
HCC Members: free
Tulalip Tribal Members: Free
Stuents (6-17yrs): $6
Children under 5: Free
Family (2 adults & up to 4 children: $25
Services
Gift Shop
Special Event Rental
Group Tours
Staff
Description

The Hibulb Cultural Center is dedicated to those who have gone home before us and those who remain to keep the cultural fires burning. It is approximately 23,000 square foot with a 50-acre natural history preserve. The interactive Cultural Center features a main exhibit, a temporary exhibit, two classrooms, a research library, a gift shop, and a long house. Guided tours, interactive demonstrations, group rates and private rentals are available. Visit www.hibulbculturalcenter.org for more information

Mission

The Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve mission is to revive, restore, protect, interpret, collect and enhance the history, traditional cultural values and spiritual beliefs of the Tulalip Tribes who are the successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, and Skykomish tribes and other tribes and bands signatory to the Treaty of Point Elliott.

History

The Hibulb Cultural Center echo the contemporary world that the Tulalip Tribes lives in but highlights and honors the traditional cultural values and spiritual beliefs of the Tulalip ancestors. The Center will be place tribal members and visitors can explore the true story of the Tulalip people, and offer a place to reflect on the Tulalip historic relationship to the land.

Artifact Collections

The Hibulb Cultural Center features a fully certified collections and archaeological repository. Making it the only Tribal facility certified by the state of Washington.

Educational Programs

The Hibulb Cultural provides a series of cultural activites including:

  • storytelling
  • movie screenings
  • lectures
  • artist demonstrations
  • family activities
  • docent program
  • private tours
  • cirriculum
  • Fee's for activities are standard admission, or free to members.
Facilities

Lecture Halls

Performance Areas

Governance

The Tulalip Tribes is a soverign nation.

Library

The onsite research library features books, media material and internet access to assist you in your research of Tulalip history and culture. The library has a small collection of reproductions of historic maps of Tulalip and Washington State dated from 1854.

Access: General Public, Students, Scholars, Members

Appointment required: No

Publications

In 2012 we will launch a quarterly newsletter. The Newsletter will include articles on our programs, exhibits, curators column, current events, etc.

ADA

Wheelchair Accessible

Services

Rentals and Events

The Hibulb Cultural Center has space available for rentals and special events. Whether you are planning a public meeting, family reunion, birthday, anniversary, wedding or some other group activity we have the space for you! Please contact our Tour Coordinator to plan your event at 360.716.2600 or by email at tours@HibulbCulturalCenter.org.

Gift Shop

Special Event Rental

Group Tours

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