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Hibulb Cultural Center

Marine Dr, Marysville, WA
+1 360-716-2600
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It is worthwhile to learn how badly white American settlers treated the native folks. There is a... read more

Reviewed 27 January 2016
FromBrazil71
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Whidbey Island, Washington
very informational

i enjoyed a lot of the attractions that they had, the games were fun haha! i kind of wish there was... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2016
Alice C
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Oregon
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“small museum” (4 reviews)
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Marine Dr, Marysville, WA
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Reviewed 27 January 2016

It is worthwhile to learn how badly white American settlers treated the native folks. There is a struggle to retain elements of the several Indian tribes in the vicinity. Project 562 is featured in the museum.

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Reviewed 25 January 2016

i enjoyed a lot of the attractions that they had, the games were fun haha! i kind of wish there was more though, though i know they are probably limited. the gift store was cool and i bought one of the phone cases they were...More

Thank Alice C
Reviewed 16 December 2015

I love the longhouse reproduction!! The cedar structure, the meticulous detail in each of the rooms sets the tone for the story of the local tribes. The wall of remembrance for so many tribal members who have served in the U S military is special....More

Thank inthetrees2015
Reviewed 26 October 2015

Definitely worth your time to visit..learned so much about local tribes and their backgrounds. Exhibits well presented..very interesting....

Thank 439faye007
Reviewed 19 September 2015

We love museums so this place was right up our alley. The inside architecture is beautiful. The staff were friendly. There were several kid friendly hands on things to do. I went with my two adult children and we did the scavenger hunt which was...More

Thank Dani333
Reviewed 29 August 2015

I was very moved by the information that I learned about the Tulalip Tribe. There is a lot to see...very interesting

Thank Polly10504
Reviewed 7 August 2015

We enjoyed this delightful little museum on the Tulalip Reservation north of Everett, Washington. The historical displays include photographs and artifacts as well as short but informative stories from the history of the local tribes. Our favorite features are the longhouse and the canoes as...More

Thank Lotsofnews
Reviewed 23 July 2015 via mobile

No flash photography, lots of baskets and one of the three rooms was closed. OK artifacts with a neat little education center for 10-year-olds.

Thank joel r
Reviewed 9 July 2015

In-depth perspective on Native people's view of European American colonization of their lands and waters. A large section commemorates war veterans' service.

Thank jbz
Reviewed 12 June 2015

We have been to many native museums but this one was exceptional. We found good art and realistic, educational presentations of nature and native life. Also a good representation of past history. Don't miss the totems,longboat on display, There is also a great video in...More

Thank marinazales
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