Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum

20722 67th Avenue Northeast
360-435-7289

About Us:

This museum was built by the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Association to preserve artifacts of the North and South Forks of the Stillaguamish River Valley. Items in this museum include, household, logging, dairy, military, railroad, sports, medical, education, transportation music, and thousands of old B and W photos. Keeping alive the heritage of the original homesteaders of the area.


Reviews

nestor ma

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Saturday, July 15, 2017

This about the hall they have for rent to host your events. There was a men asking every 5 minutes to lower down the music (and we were using a 12 inch speaker). To keep the doors closed. I don't know but it is very uncomfortable especially if you are planning to DANCE. We lowered it down to the point where the guests thought we turned it off. Bad experience. I hope you have a better one.

Kenneth McClure

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Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016

Open and quiet. People were polite and not guarded in their conversation.

Lorena Shipley

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Saturday, April 16, 2016

STAFF WAS VERY FRIENDLY. THE OLD TIMERS THAT WERE THERE KNEW MY WALES GRANDFATHER, DAD AND MY STILLAGUAMISH INDIAN COUSIN EDWARD GOODRIDGE!!! I WAS PROUD. THEY WERE AND STILL ARE WELL KNOWN STILLAGUAMISH PIONEERS

Stacy Albin

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Monday, Oct. 17, 2016

It let's people know the History of Arlington, WA

Todd Jumper

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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Nice place to visit if you really have nothing better to do.. boring for kids.