The Tulalip Tribes Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve is a place
that acknowledges and honors the ancestors of the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish
and other tribes and bands signatory to the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott. It is
a place where visitors – young and old – can come together and ‘experience’ the
lifeways and historic connection to the land of the peoples who lived here for hundreds
We welcome and encourage school groups to tour our permanent gallery that shares
the history of our ancestors through the voices of our people; our temporary gallery
called ‘Warriors: We Remember’ that reflects on the valor of our Veterans; as well
as our longhouse and other displays we offer on art, language, and ancestral values.
We have classroom facilities and schedules for tours and craft demonstrations.
The goals of the education team are to keep the memories, language, and teachings
of our ancestors alive; to share the history of the people and our historic relationship
to the land; and to offer the site as a canvas full of opportunities, an ever evolving