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My husband and I wandered in to the museum while we were exploring the little town of Eastsound. The entry fee is a donation of your choosing. The exhibits offered a good review of the island's history with lots of interesting little artifacts to peruse....More
Even though this is a relatively small museum, it is extremely packed full of information about the history, people, and living conditions on orchis Island in the 1800s later. There are six log cabins join together to create the larger structure. Admission is free with...More
We really loved this museum, six small log buildings each depicting a time in Orcas Island history. Greeted at the door by well informed and friendly people. Our grandchildren loved the area where they could try on clothes, shoes and bonnets of the day. What...More
My husband and I love museums were delighted to find this little gem in EastSound. We are from the southeast so enjoy learning about the early settlers and native people of this part of the US. I commend whoever thought of creating the museum from...More
We passed by this while walking around downtown Eastsound and peeked inside. We were immediately met by a friendly lady who promptly and proudly began telling us all about the museum and how it came to be. It didn't take much convincing to get us...More