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Located in La Conner

"Come to the top of the hill for a spectacular view of Skagit County history"


Skagit County Historical Museum
Announces Closure

The closure will be effective end of day March 15th through the end of April.

With the current situation regarding the Coronavirus COVID-19 in Skagit Valley, and beyond, we will be following advice from the Washington State Department of Health and other public agencies, and will be closing the Museum to the public and cancelling all Museum events/activities through the end of April. 

The Board and Staff will be monitoring the situation, and should things change dramatically for the good, we will re-open sooner.  Check Facebook or this website for updates.

We want to help insure the safety and health of our visitors, volunteers and staff.

Thank you for your understanding. 

In the Spotlight

Skagit Topic: Henry Klein Homes: Light, Form and Materiality Through the Decades
Sunday, February 23 - March 22   2 to 4 PM

La Conner – Join us for a Panel Discussion facilitated by Brian Poppe and Julie Blazek of HKP Architects.  Panel will include homeowners, consultants, contractors, other architects, folks that Henry Klein mentored through the years and more.

Learn about this amazing man and his craft – What is it about Henry’s work and working style that makes it so special?
The Museum is located at 501 S. 4th Street, at the top of the hill in La Conner. Admission: Adults $5, Seniors $4, Families $10. As always, Members are free!  For more information call 360.466.3365 or visit www.skagitcounty.net/museum


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The family friendly Skagit County Historical Museum is located
at the top of the hill in La Conner.

501 South 4th, La Conner

Museum hours: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Tuesday through Sunday. 

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