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A really good shop

We liked this shop/gallery. I was tempted by many things and bought a copper bracelet with... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2014
Elizabeth W
Small museum packs a lot

The museum is planning to move to a larger location on Sequim Avenue, but they do a lot with the... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2018
Seattle, Washington
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Feb 17, 2018
“Small museum packs a lot”
Jul 21, 2017
“Small but interesting”
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175 W Cedar St, Sequim, WA 98382-3318
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Reviewed 18 February 2018

The museum is planning to move to a larger location on Sequim Avenue, but they do a lot with the small one. Great for kids as well as adults. Permanent exhibitions about the Sequim mastodon and the Boys in the Boat Olympic team.

Thank don666
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Who knew -- right here in Sequim an ancient mastadon was discovered on a farmers acreage. And one with evidence that early man had interacted with them - an imbedded arrowhead in the bone.... Something different to do besides the lavender farms. Free, plenty of...More

1  Thank loverainsky
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

Don't waste your time. This one-room exhibit shows a replica of a mastodon bone, some very amateurish local art and a tiny display of some event from the area's history. This "museum" is now run by local volunteers with no museum experience or education, and...More

Thank MayloHarding
Reviewed 28 October 2015

This poor little museum is a disappointment. It is dusty and dark. I guess this is all Sequim can manage. Too bad. Friendly docent, though.

2  Thank Lccdesign
Reviewed 21 September 2015

See the first evidence that man interacted with Mastodons in Sequim ~7000 years ago! ...and see WORKING GIRL, a 1947 Pocock Racing 4+ shell restored by Peter Becker. Sequim was the Home of Joe Rantz made famous in the 1936 Olympic's come from behind win...More

1  Thank Beckerp360
Reviewed 4 June 2015

Beautiful old, original schoolhouse with a small museum inside. A terrific photo opportunity that is close to the Sequim Animal Park and Nash's Organic Store.

Thank Lynn B
Reviewed 18 March 2015

Sequim is a small town with lots o local history. Local people volunteer their time working there so you get accurate info on the local history of Sequim and the surrounding areas. Sequim is a little bit of heaven with a sixteen inch rainfall per...More

1  Thank laurildebaun
Reviewed 2 March 2015

WOW! there is a full size racing shell and a fabulous poster show about Boys in the Boat, Joe Rantz that the museum did themselves! I got to meet the daughter of Joe Rantz!!!! Amazing!!! The art exhibit was fabulous, really some excellent paintings of...More

Thank SweetTata
Reviewed 12 December 2014

I went to the First Friday and it was like a new museum- people were having fun, there was live music, and a book signing. Someone said that the guy who was the former director had tried everything to close the place down but I...More

Thank Ladyfish2
Reviewed 18 September 2014

We liked this shop/gallery. I was tempted by many things and bought a copper bracelet with traditional designs and a salmon teatowel. That sounds like a typical tourist experience but it felt authentic and they had really beautiful copper sculptures - i especially liked the...More

1  Thank Elizabeth W
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31 August 2015|
Response from wopr1 |
It is in downtown Sequim, one block from Sequim Avenue, near the Town Hall. 175 W Cedar St, Sequim.