I had the good fortune of stopping in at the beginning of my stay in the area.
This is a small BUT EXCELLENTLY done museum. It has a timeline with the local Suquamish history and that alone framed the rest of my week with a...更多
We were encouraged to visit this museum and were not disappointed. This is a small, compact museum to
Educate about the experience of the Suquamish Tribe and their experience in the area. The timeline and artifacts are well curated, labels are easily understood. There is...更多
Just two rooms and a retail shop. But very beautiful and well laid out. Useful history on a cedar wall ribbon, basketry, a few samples of woven fabric, a lovely large wood carving of a canoe held up by 8 different creatures and a fantastic...更多
We spent a hour going through the museum. Amazing how they were able to use the natural environment to support their needs. We should all be as smart about using sustainable materials as they were! Cedar was used to make their baskets, shelter, clothes, canoes,...更多
Really enjoyed perusing the exhibits here. Great job of sharing history, punctuated with the displays. Watched a woman pound cedar and she was very gracious about explaining what she was doing and why she was doing it the way she was. Well worth a visit.
We stopped by Suquamish Museum while touring around near Bainbridge Island. The museum is located about 25 minutes from the Bainbridge Island ferry terminal and is easily accessible from Seattle. The museum itself is very well done, with a lot of history depicting the history...更多
This museum was well laid out with beautiful displays. Besides that, the information was fascinating. I knew nothing of the Suquamish or Northwest natives so I read everything. The timeline was my favorite part, there are so many interesting stories and facts about the Suquamish...更多