Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Squaxin Island Tribe Museum
Seven large wall panels depict the history and lives of the Squaxin Island Tribe who live along seven inlets in the southern Puget Sound. A basket collection and artwork is on display in cases and on the walls. A boardwalk path leads to huge canoe, hand carved from a 500 year old tree.
The path and museum are accessible. Some of the informative cards in the cases are laying flat which makes them hard to see from a seated position.
RVs will fit in the lot if parked across the spaces. Museum