suquamish museum

suquamish museum
suquamish museum
suquamish museum
 
Getting Here

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.  LEED design certification, indigeneous landscaping, site water managment, and conscious use of natural materials throughout honor the Suquamish culture and traditions.

 

Best of all, it’s easy to get here

  • a scenic drive from Tacoma
  • half-hour ferry ride from Seattle or Edmunds aboard a Washington State Ferry       www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/



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From the Seattle/Bainbridge Island Ferry
Follow Highway 305 North towards Poulsbo approximately six miles. Make a right on Suquamish Way NE at the stoplight, just after the Agate Pass Bridge.  Follow Suquamish Way NE approximately 1.5 miles.  Follow the signs to the Museum parking lot with a left turn on Division Street, then an immediate right on to South Street.

From the Edmonds/Kingston Ferry
Take Highway 104 to Poulsbo. Turn left on Highway 305 and continue south through Poulsbo toward Bainbridge Island. Make a left on Suquamish Way NE, just before the Agate Pass Bridge.  Follow Suquamish Way NE approximately 1.5 miles.  Follow the signs to the Museum parking lot with a left turn on Division Street, then an immediate right on to South Street.

From Tacoma
Take Highway 16 West to Highway 3 North towards Poulsbo. Exit at the Highway 305 Bainbridge Island exit. Follow through Poulsbo toward Bainbridge Island. Make a left on Suquamish Way NE, just before the Agate Pass Bridge.  Follow Suquamish Way NE approximately 1.5 miles.  Follow the signs to the Museum parking lot with a left turn on Division Street, then an immediate right on to South Street.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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