• Tulalip museum exhibit features Coast Salish canoes in "A Journey with Our Ancestors" at Hibulb begins June 29th near Seattle, WA

    COAST SALISH CANOES

    Exhibit now on view through June 2015

  • Main Exhibit

    MAIN EXHIBIT

    See how the culture and lifeways are influenced by natural surroundings

  • Main Exhibit

    MAIN EXHIBIT

    Tulalips honor their history and heritage

  • Canoe Hall

    CANOE HALL

    The Tulalip brotherhood

  • Canoe Hall

    CANOE HALL

    The Salmon People

  • Canoe Hall

    CANOE HALL

    Discover Ancient Coast Salish Culture

ABOUT US

The Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve mission is to revive, restore, protect, interpret, collect and enhance the history, traditional cultural values and spiritual beliefs of the Tulalip Tribes who are the successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie and Skykomish tribes and other tribes and bands signatory to the Treaty of Point Elliott.

The Hibulb Cultural Center is approximately 23,000 square feet with a 50-acre natural history preserve. The interactive cultural center features a main exhibit, a temporary exhibit, two classrooms, a longhouse, a research library, and gift shop. It also features a fully certified collections and archaeological repository. It was the first Tribal facility certified by the state of Washington.

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DIRECTIONS

From I-5 take exit 199 Marine Drive NE in Marysville. Go west approximately 0.5 miles, then turn left on 23rd Avenue NE.

HOURS

Monday: Closed
Tuesday - Friday:10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:10:00 AM - 5:00 PM *
Saturday - Sunday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

* Open until 8:00 PM the first Thursday of
each month with free admission.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

6410 23rd Avenue NE, Tulalip, WA 98271 • 360.716.2600 • Copyright © 2014 Tulalip Tribes. All rights reserved.

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