The interactive displays introduce you to the legacy of the Tulalip people by giving
you a historic perspective of the bands that make up the Tulalip Tribes. These stories
are told in Lushootseed and English.
The Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve is dedicated to those who
have gone home before us and to those who have remained to keep the fires burning.
The Hibulb Cultural Center is approximately 23,000 square feet with a 50-acre natural
history preserve. The interactive cultural center features a permanent exhibit,
a temporary exhibit, two classrooms, a longhouse, a research library, certified
collections and archaeological repository and gift shop.
For more information about the Hibulb Cultural Center, select the following link:
Hibulb Cultural Center Information Brochure.
Tulalip Cultural Minute: Discover the Journey
from Hibulb Cultural Center on Vimeo.
Tulalip History Minute
Tulalip History Minute 1: Katie Simmons' Basket from Hibulb Cultural Center
Tulalip History Minute 2: 1916 Photograph from Hibulb Cultural Center
Tulalip History Minute 3: Summer Camp House from Hibulb Cultural Center
Tulalip History Minute 4: The Indian School from Hibulb Cultural Center