Art & Art Galleries

Explore Native, traditional, contemporary and eclectic art offerings across the Olympic Peninsula, from waterside towns bursting with galleries to artistic displays in some unexpected places.

Northwind Arts Center

With a mission to connect arts and community, the Northwest Arts Center provides programming and education across Port Townsend. The Water Street gallery is the center’s primary exhibit space, featuring works by Northwest...

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Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Originally a private residence, this semi-circular gallery offers stunning city and water views and a vibe that invites visitors to observe and reflect. Follow the trails through outdoor Webster’s Woods Art Park to...

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Sequim Museum & Arts Center

Discover Sequim’s history, culture and artsy side. This all-volunteer, nonprofit organization operates the Historic Dungeness Schoolhouse ( 2781 Towne Rd.), Museum & Arts Exhibit Center ( 175 W. Cedar St.) and the Sequim...

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Historic Sites

Discover the Olympic Peninsula’s military and maritime past, visit rustic lodges and experience unique sites steeped in history.

Cape David Jr. County Park

Set along stunning Lake Crescent, Camp David Jr. is the ideal spot for outdoor group activities. The oldest county park in Washington state, the camp was originally a health spa in the early...

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Dalby Water Wheel

Keep your eyes peeled for this iconic site, part of the Olympic Peninsula landscape since its arrival in 1924. The wheel was originally part of a cable car system in Seattle and was...

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Fort Flagler State Historical Park

Take a step back in U.S. military history. Built in the late 1890s and active during three wars, Fort Flagler now features a military museum and gift shop. During summer months, take a...

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Fort Worden State Park

Constructed between 1898 and 1917, this once bustling military base has been transformed into a treasured Washington state park and a popular destination for workshops, festivals and family reunions. Explore hidden gun emplacements,...

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Lake Crescent Lodge

Built in 1915, historic Lake Crescent Lodge is an ideal base camp for all things Olympic National Park. The charming turn-of-the-century resort is nestled among towering firs and hemlocks along the turquoise waters...

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Lake Quinault Lodge

Grand and rustic, historic Lake Quinault Lodge has welcomed guests with warmth, hospitality and home-away-from-home comfort since 1926. Unwind lakeside or in front of a majestic fireplace, dine in the historic Roosevelt Dining...

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Museums

The region’s museums are as diverse as the landscape. Take a closer look at the Olympic Peninsula’s deep-rooted Native American culture, the pioneers who laid the groundwork, and some marine-life gems that celebrate coastal waters.

Carnegie Museum

The Carnegie Museum is located in the old Carnegie Library in downtown Port Angeles, WA. The Lower Elwha Klallam is utilizing the space to display cultural and historical artifacts related to the history...

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Clallam County Historical Society (North Olympic History Center)

Since 1948, the Clallam County Historical Society has been all about connecting the past, present and future of the North Olympic Peninsula. The Port Angeles center operates a research library, active artifact collection...

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Commanding Officer’s Quarters Museum

Located at Port Townsend’s Fort Worden State Park & Conference Center, the Commanding Officer’s house is one of the fort’s finest buildings. Built in 1904 with Admiralty Inlet, Mt. Baker and the Cascade...

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Dungeness River Audubon Center

A north Olympic Peninsula treasure, the Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park was the first Audubon Center in Washington state. This unique educational and interpretive center offers stunning displays of birds...

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Feiro Marine Life Center

Get up close and personal with the marine life of the north Olympic Peninsula. Explore exhibits and get a true hands-on experience at the touch tanks brimming with sea stars, hermit crabs, sea...

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Forever Twilight in Forks Collection

Whether you’re a serious “Twigh-hard”, a run-of-the-mill fan or just curious about the small burg made famous by the famed Twilight book series, don’t miss the Forever Twilight in Forks Collection. Located in...

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Forks Timber Museum

Learn the rich history of homesteading, farming and logging in the Pacific Northwest, including epic wind storms and booming logging camps, and how Forks earned its reputation as the logging capital of the...

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History Museum at Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center

View photos and exhibits of the early days on the Olympic Peninsula, including artifacts from logging, fishing and farming areas in rural Jefferson County.

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Jefferson County Historical Society Research Center

The primary research facility of the Jefferson County Historical Society serves as a repository for the Society’s archival collections. Staff and volunteers are on hand to help researchers.

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Jefferson Museum of Art & History

Find out what Port Townsend is all about. Located in the historic City Hall building, this gem offers historic exhibits about early settlers, native tribes and the region’s maritime history. The basement jail...

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Lake Quinault Museum and Historical Society

Located in the old Quinault post office steps from the grand and historic Lake Quinault Lodge, this collection tells the story of native Quinaults and early pioneers. View Native American baskets and racing...

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Makah Cultural and Research Center

The world-renowned Makah Cultural and Research Center is home to the Makah Museum, featuring historic and replica pieces, photographs, and 500-year-old artifacts recovered from the Ozette Archaeological Site.

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Mason County Historical Society Museum

Learn the history of timber, shellfish and farming in Mason County and imagine the area’s early pioneer days. Located in downtown Shelton, the museum includes photos, artifacts, tapes, letters, diaries, periodicals and newspapers.

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Olympic Coast Discovery Center

Located on the Port Angeles waterfront, the Olympic Coast Discovery Center is a great place to begin your Olympic Coast adventure. Helpful staff and volunteers can provide all the information you need to...

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Port Townsend Marine Science Center

With a mission to inspire conservation of the Salish Sea, the Port Townsend Marine Science Center offers an interactive experience for all. Explore the brimming aquarium, hands-on displays and touch tanks. Take a...

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Puget Sound Coast Artillery Museum

Located at historic Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend, the Puget Sound Coast Artillery Museum was established in 1976 to preserve and interpret coast artillery history. The museum’s central focus is the...

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Quilcene Historical Museum

This gem of a museum is dedicated to the unique history of the tiny town of Quilcene and surrounding North Hood Canal area. The facility features rotating exhibits and Worthington Park, a 10-acre...

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Rothschild House Museum

Step back in time with a visit to the Rothschild House. Perched on a bluff overlooking Port Townsend Bay, this historic home is virtually unchanged since Port Townsend businessman D.C.H. Rothschild and his...

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Sequim Museum & Arts Center

A mastodon in Sequim? That’s just one of the highlights you’ll learn about at this regional natural and cultural history museum. View rotating collections and art exhibits and check out the Dungeness Schoolhouse,...

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Tribal Nations

Experience the deep-rooted traditions and culture of the Olympic Peninsula’s Native American tribes, from culinary influences and native art, to traditional festivals and celebrations.

Hoh Tribe

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Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe

The S’Klallam people have lived and prospered in the north Olympic Peninsula for thousands of years. Based in the town of Blyn just west of Sequim, the Jamestown Tribe operates several enterprises, including...

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Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe

One of four tribes of the S’Klallam people, the Lower Elwha Tribe is based in the Lower Elwha River Valley near Port Angeles. The tribe has been deeply involved with the dam removal...

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Makah Tribe

Based on the northwest tip of the Olympic Peninsula, the Makah people have inhabited Neah Bay for more than 3,800 years. The Makah Cultural and Research Center features a world-renowned museum that features...

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Quileute Tribe

Located on the scenic Pacific Ocean shores of La Push near the town of Forks, the Quileute people have lived and hunted the region for thousands of years. The tribe’s Oceanside Resort offers...

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Quinault Indian Nation

Located in the southwest corner of the Olympic Peninsula, the Quinault Indian Nation inhabits a landscape of pristine Pacific Ocean coastline, wild rivers, shining lakes and the Quinault Rainforest, the largest temperate rainforest...

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Skokomish Indian Tribe

The Skokomish Indian Tribe is located near the town of Shelton on the southern end of the Olympic Peninsula. Tribal members have strong ties to the region’s fishing and logging industry and continue...

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