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Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum

20722 67th Avenue Northeast

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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.


Julie Spark

Thursday, May 17, 2018
It's been awhile since I've been there,but I thought that it's objects depicted what life would have been like in the past. Thinking that the people who lived then must have been creative, invested in the pursuit of the good life, and community was united by the efforts of the citizens to create what has been called "the spirit of American people". Antiques of all kinds,I are some of the pieces that we hope we can find in our searches for treasure. I'm going to go really soon!! I talked myself into it!!

Mark Hopping

Sunday, July 1, 2018
An amazing amount of stuff to see. "Nice work community "

Susan Yake

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
It is a glimpse into the past documenting Arlington Washington's early days. Not only are the places in history shown, but also the lives of who lived there. Many pictures are available as well as files on the early families.

Rusty Kelly

Saturday, Sep. 30, 2017
This is a fabulous Museum. There are Tons of artifacts from the early Pioneer era. Great job by all the volunteers who set up and maintain this place. Super collection of donated artifacts from local residents. Our Tour Guide Trevor was very informative and patient. He told us to take our time and wasn't trying to hurry us through the museum. I would highly recommend this to anyone who has not yet visited. Exellent source for local history. Thousands of photos from the past.

Richard Pollock

Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018
Nice museum...costs money. They had their magic portal's removed. Won't come back

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