|, meaning “people of the clear salt water” invites school groups to tour our permanent exhibition:
as well as our rotating gallery which routinely changes exhibits assuring that every time you visit you will experience something new. We have an education room capable of seating 50 people, research area, museum store, and a story telling area on our beautiful grounds near historic Chief Seattle’s Grave, and Old-Man-House Park.
The goal of our Suquamish Museum Education Program is to teach the history and culture of the Suquamish People. And to promote awareness of the knowledge that we’ve been given from our ancestors through sharing our language, teachings, and culture. Our museum is a place where youth and elders alike can experience the rich culture of the first people of this land.