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Mostly open weekends in the summer.

Interesting recreation of a sailing ship in motion, an ancient hotel lobby, early sawmill... read more

Reviewed December 30, 2018
klanglow
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Poulsbo, Washington
Free Museum

Port Gamble is a pretty small town and I's say the museum is definitely a feature you will want to... read more

Reviewed September 23, 2018
8ric
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Tampa, Florida
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Oct 14, 2019
“The whole town is a museum!”
Aug 26, 2019
“the gem upstairs”
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While this entry is for the specific small town museum, one could say the entire town is a museum -- a wonderfully neat and tidy step back in time! We stopped to mail a letter at the old post office and enjoyed the old houses, gorgeous flowers and wonderful scenery. Worth
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upstairs houses a notable exhibit of sea shells from around the world. Said to be the 2nd largest collection in the world.
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Interesting recreation of a sailing ship in motion, an ancient hotel lobby, early sawmill machinery, and other examples of life in Port Gamble from 1853 through 1959
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Port Gamble is a pretty small town and I's say the museum is definitely a feature you will want to see, especially since it is free. Part of the value is that it's free and in and of itself makes it worth it! It's a small museum but has an interesting collection of shellfish
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Port Gamble started out as a lumber town, with local trees being cut down and shipped to San Francisco and points beyond. It was a company town from the beginning, with Pope & Talbot being the company. The museum gives a good feeling of what life was life back when the town was
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