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HIBULB CULTURAL CENTER
AND NATURAL HISTORY PRESERVE

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Hibulb Cultural Center from the outside on the Tulalip reservation

About Field Trips

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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.

Field Trips

Group Tours Pricing

Age Range Number of People Group Pricing
College Up to 30 $6/person
Adult Up to 30 $6/person

Minimum of 10 students required for group pricing and programs.

Field Trips Pricing

Age Range Number of Students Field Trip Pricing Chaperones (Free) Additional Students Lunch Space Education Box
1st–5th Grade 1–15 $75 2 to 3 $25 $25
1st–5th Grade 1–35 $150 3 to 7 Up to 5 at $6 each $25 $25
6th–12th Grade 1–35 $125 2 to 7 Up to 5 at $6 each $25 $25

Programs

Duration Field Trip Program, K-5, 90 Minutes
5 minutes Arrival
20 minutes Introduction and Hibulb Video
30 minutes Exhibit Overview/Education Box
30 minutes Scavenger Hunt and Exhibit Exploration
5 minutes Departure
Duration Field Trip Program, 6-12, 90 Minutes
5 minutes Arrival
20 minutes Introduction and Hibulb Video
30 minutes Exhibit Overview/Education Box
30 minutes Exhibit Exploration
5 minutes Departure
Duration Group Tour Program, College/Adult, 90 Minutes
5 minutes Arrival
20 minutes Introduction & Video, Longhouse Room
30 minutes Exhibitions Overview with HCC with Staff
30 minutes Exhibit Exploration
5 minutes Departure

Payment

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, all major credit cards, 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.

Education Box Program

Students get a closer look at the life-giving resources, tools and methods of the Tulalip people through a variety of hands-on activities and touchable artifacts. Add Education Box to any field trip for $25.

Craft Activity Options

Traditional craft options are available for purchase. These crafts can be brought back with your group to be completed at a later time. Please advise us in advance if you wish to purchase crafts as certain materials need to be harvested and take time to prepare for use. Our traditional craft options are fun for all ages.

Craft Kits

Dream Catcher $6
Cedar Paddle Necklace $8
Woven Cedar Mat $10

To book a tour, click here.

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

Phone:
Fax:
Email:
360-716-2657
360-716-0826
hibulbinfo@hibulbculturalcenter.org

Resources

How to get here:

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6410 23rd Avenue NE
Tulalip, WA 98271
360-716-2600