The , meaning “people of the clear salt water,” invite school and public groups to tour the permanent exhibition:
The rotating exhibit gallery features two or three temporary exhibits throughout the year. For a description of the current exhibit look at the Featured Exhibit tab under Exhibits & Events. Groups may request a guided tour of the current temporary exhibition or enjoy the exhibit after a tour of the permanent exhibit.
The Lawrence Webster Education
seats up to 50. Documentaries about the Suquamish and Salish culture are available to view in addition to or along with a tour. Chief Seattle's gravesite, Old-Man-House Park, and other area attractions can supplement the Museum tour. Education staff can suggest options and provide additional information about some sites. Inquire about available options when booking a tour.
The Leota Anthony Museum Store offers items for sale at a broad range of prices to commemorate the visit to Suquamish.
The goal of our Suquamish Museum Education Program is to teach about the history and culture of the Suquamish People; to promote awareness of the knowledge that we’ve been given from our ancestors through sharing our language, teachings, and culture.
Youth and elders alike can experience the rich culture of the first people of this land.