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Fort Nisqually Living History Museum (US)

Open from: 
1970
Member of EXARC: 
No
Member of ICOM: 
No

Fort Nisqually Living History Museum preserves, interprets and teaches the diverse story of Fort Nisqually bound within the history of Puget Sound emphasizing the mid-19th century.

Fort Nisqually was an important fur trading and farming post of the Hudson's Bay Company in the Puget Sound area of what is now DuPont, Washington and was part of the Hudson's Bay Company's Columbia Department. The Fort Nisqually Granary, moved along with the Factor's House from the original site of the second fort to this park, is a U.S. National Historic Landmark.

Country: 
Era(s): 
Years: 
1833 - 1933

Location

Fort Nisqually Living History Museum
5400 N. Pearl St., #11
98407 Tacoma, WA
United States
Phone: 
(1) 253-591-5339