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The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is a nonprofit organization located in Bainbridge Island, a short ferry ride from Seattle. Children and adults alike will enjoy this delightful local museum located in a 1908 Bainbridge Island schoolhouse. Whether you have come to see the Japanese American internment exhibit and the accompanying Ansel Adams photos of Manzanar, or to learn about the Port Blakely lumber mill (which at one time was the most productive lumber mill in the country), the Native American families that used the island as their seasonal hunting and fishing grounds, the explorers who charted Puget Sound and anchored right off the island, the early families who homesteaded the island, or the Croatian fisherman who settled in Eagle Harbor in the 1880s, you won’t want to miss this museum.
The research library is available to visitors and is full of interesting things, like oral histories, historical photographs, biographical and subject files, and, of course, history books focused on Bainbridge Island and the Pacific Northwest.
215 Ericksen Ave NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Open 7 days a week 10AM-4PM.
Public Parking near the Museum is limited and depends on availability.
The Museum is FREE to the public!