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When we reached Neah Bay it was raining so we decided we’d wait out the rain in the museum. We are so glad we did. The museum was laid out in such a way that a large bus group in front of us didn’t disrupt...More
Just exceptional. Thoughtful. Easy to overlook, but absolutely worth a visit. And the place to but a pass for Cape Flattery - ya gotta have a pass, and it would be frustrating to backtrack, so stop here on your way through town.
It was very informative and well done. It was a great experience into the Makah history, culture, and life. The clerk was very helpful with answering questions and giving more input into the area and history. From the outside is appeared to be smaller but...More
If you leave your car to hike around, you will need a permit that is sold here. So go see the museum while you're in there. Wonderful artifacts and history. No photos allowed inside. Neat indigenous gift shop.
We’ve been several times, with our young kids and with our adult child. It’s a great museum with so much in it. The staff has always been friendly as well. It’s so neat to be able to go inside of a longhouse to see how...More
I'd been wanting for years to see the artifacts that were preserved by nature (some for 500 years) that are now displayed at this museum. I have an appreciation for the Northwestern Indian tribes art, woodworking and boat-building skills (And hunting skills too, like whales?)...More
One of the best museums you can visit to explore the culture of Northwest Native Americans. The lesson you learn here is that a culture can survive and thrive in any sort of environment, even one that is so hard that you would never want...More
This small Neah Bay museum was a very pleasant surprise on the way back from Cape Flattery. The exhibits were well done, informative and gave a great history of the local tribe. Good for all ages and interest levels.
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I agree about an hour to visit the museum. If like us you enjoy video presentations the one at the end of your walk through the museum is very good with tribal elder stories. The hike only takes about 20 minutes each way... More
I agree about an hour to visit the museum. If like us you enjoy video presentations the one at the end of your walk through the museum is very good with tribal elder stories. The hike only takes about 20 minutes each way. However we usually spend extra time out at the lookouts. Lots of pictures and a pair of binoculars would be handy. Be sure to be prepared for rainy conditions. I would devote at least 2 1/2 hours in the Mean Bay area. Here's to nature at its finest.