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PO Box 744
Gig Harbor
Washington 98335
USA
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Programs: Opened on September 18, 2010, the Harbor History Museum programs  include: a hands-on interactive historical museum, on-site education programs consisting of pioneer school experience in the restored one-room Midway School, restoration of the 65-foot Skansie-built purse seiner the Shenandoah, national traveling exhibits, and a robust schedule of lectures and workshops.

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The mission of the Harbor History Museum is to create opportunities to experience the heritage of the greater Gig Harbor communities. We do this by collecting, preserving and sharing the history of this area. Our vision is to be the cornerstone that provides a sense of identity for our community. The museum fulfills its mission and vision by providing a museum and educational programs serving residents, visitors, researchers, and students. The Society distinguishes its museum from others in the area by its commitment to building bridges between the past, present, and future.
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03/04/12
The Harbor History Museum is a fun and informative museum which tells the story of the greater Gig Harbor area. There are many hands-on activities for kids among the interesting and educational displays for adults. This is a gem in Gig Harbor and should not be missed... more »
03/01/11
Our family had the opportunity to view the Gig Harbor museum when my husband's non profit hosted a meeting there. We thoroughly enjoyed the exhibits- particularly the boats and the pioneer school house. Our daughters commented that they wished the school exhibit was around when they were younger. It... more »
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02/28/11
The Gig Harbor Historical Society building and museum is the greatest thing that has happened in the last 70 or more years. All done without profit or government. An accomplishment that has not been ever done in this community. It houses the best collection of artifacts and history of the area ... more »
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