About Hibulb Cultural Center
The Hibulb Cultural Center is open to the public Tuesday through Friday from 10
AM to 5 PM and Saturday and Sunday from 12 PM to 5 PM. The Center is a place of
learning and a source of civic pride for the Tulalip people and our neighboring
communities. We hope that our visitors will be fascinated by our exhibits and learn
about our remarkable history and culture.
Whether you choose a self-guided or group tour, you will have the opportunity to
experience the journey of the Tulalip people. You will learn about our traditional
territories, the importance of the cedar trees, our seven value stories, and seasonal
lifeways. As you walk through the Canoe Hall you will experience our homelands from
the mountains to Tulalip Bay. Featured in the Canoe Hall are historic canoes and
archaeology from various sites throughout Snohomish County.
Our first featured exhibition in our changing gallery is Warriors: We Remember.
The Tulalip Tribes military tradition was born of a warrior spirit that protected
our families and territories. In time of war they risked everything and many gave
their lives to fulfill their role of protecting the people. For the past hundred
years, the same warrior spirit compelled our men and women to enlist in the United
States Armed Forces. Our veterans served in times of conflict and in times of peace
so that we may live with an enduring sense of freedom. We honor their sacrifices
with this exhibition.
Among the many amenities of the Cultural Center, we have 50 acres of forests and
wetlands, a research library, collections facility that is a CFR part 79 certified
archaeological repository, education programs and more. Come and enjoy our heritage
For more information about the Hibulb Cultural Center, select the following link: Hibulb Cultural Center Information Brochure.
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