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  • Canoe Hall

  • Canoe Hall

    Canoe Hall


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6410 23rd Avenue NE
Tulalip, WA 98271

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About Education Tours

The Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve offers tours for school groups to visit our 23,000 square foot facility and 50 acre natural history preserve. Your school group can have self-guided or guided tours of our longhouse with a brief video presentation, main gallery that introduces the legacy of the Tulalip people, our temporary exhibition Warriors: We Remember that tells the stories of the Tulalip Tribes military tradition, the Canoe Hall that features traditional Tulalip waterway transportation and two multi-media classrooms for lectures, demonstrations or craft activities focusing on particular cultural practices.

It's good to see you - haʔɬ sšudubicidčəɬ. We are very happy to have you as our special guest, and we hope you enjoy the cultural, historical and personal journey through our Center.

Education Tours

New Tour Program:

1-5th grade 1-15 students $100.00 2 free chaperones
1-5th grade 1-35 students $200.00 5 free chaperones Up to 5 additional students $6/person
6-12th grade 1-35 students $150.00 5 free chaperones Up to 5 additional students $5/person
Adult 30 people $7/person
College 30 people $7/person

90-120 minute visit in total

30 minutes Arrival & Departure – includes longhouse intro and video
30 minutes Exploration throughout the exhibits
30 minutes Education Box – Cedar & Salmon, Archy, Canoes
30 minutes Lunch
30 minutes Added craft – Paddle, pole, cedar mat


Program costs include admission and are based on the number of students and classes scheduled.

Payment is due within 30 days of receiving your invoice. Or on the date of your visit.

Payment method options are check, credit card (MC/VISA), or purchase order.

Cancellation for school programs must be made two weeks in advance in order to receive a refund. Efforts will be made to reschedule your program if you must cancel within two weeks prior to your program, but refunds cannot be offered.

Craft Activity Options:

Craft options are available with an additional fee to cover the cost of materials. Please allocate additional time to complete your craft. Please advise us in advance of your craft choices. Certain materials need to be harvested and therefore may not always be in stock.

Kids Crafts

Additional Cost
Per Person

Time Required

Coloring Pages Free 15 mins
Paper Totem Pole $2.00 30 mins
Cedar Paddle Necklace $6.00 30 mins
Cedar Mat $8.00 45 mins

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This education box features items from Seattle’s West Point Archaeological Site. Students rotate between three stations: handling artifacts, experience “digging” by finding objects in sand with brushes, and an information station that includes a kit that an archaeologist would use in the field. Students are encouraged to interact and engage with artifacts, items, and learning about the wide field of archaeology. This box includes artifacts, lesson plans, and recommended additional resources.
Recommended Craft – Totem Pole $2.00/student*

Cedar & Salmon:

This education box allows students investigate the life-giving Natural Resources of Tulalip, focusing on the importance of cedar and salmon. This box includes information and artifacts that explain the variety of uses of how cedar is used, the cultural significance of the cedar and salmon, and current efforts for Natural Resources that nearby tribes are doing. This is accompanied with lesson plans, additional resource information, traditional stories, and artifacts that allow students to touch and interact with.
Recommended Craft – Cedar Mat $8/student*


The canoes box is an exploration of canoes and their impact on the Coast Salish peoples. This box focuses primarily on explaining what a canoe is, how they are carved, and the historical and present-day use. This box provides activities, stories, visuals and diagrams, lesson planes, and teacher resources. This hands-on activity will includes the different models of canoes, a bailer, paddle, and cedar sample.
Recommended Craft – Cedar Paddle Necklace $6/student*

*Price is in additional to the cost of admission or tour rate

For more information on school tour programs or to schedule your class please contact the Hibulb Cultural Center education team:

FAX 360.716.0026

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

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