Fox Island Historical Society2 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 1017 9th Avenue Court Fi, Fox Island, WA 98333, USA, 98333, United States
- Timings: 01:00 pm - 04:00 pm Details
- Tags: Family And Kids, Social, Arts, Museums
The Fox Island Historical Society is a small museum on the Avenue Court Fi in Fox Island. It has more than 3000 artifacts in the museum. These are displayed showcases, dioramas and even as free-standing exhibits. The museum features the largest collection of pulley blocks in the state which has Indian artifacts and antique gasoline engines which are in working order.
Fox Island Historical Society Reviews & Ratings
Great place to pull off and take a leak in the bushes, while waiting to serve court papers for a friend. Neat little cabin from 1908 as well. Would highly recommend for anyone who happens to not already be from F.I.
Absolutely loved it. Local history is so interesting. The whole staff were very knowledgeable and extraordinarily friendly. They especially loved telling my daughter about all the interesting things. If you're from Washington or not it's worth a stop.
Great look at the island's history. Lots of photos, displays, and artifacts. Nice collection of books and t-shirts available for sale. Friendly staff, too!
What a treasure this place is. We held our annual Bridge luncheon here and will again next year. I've visited this museum on several occasions before. It is lovingly tended by locals who invite visitors to experience life on "the island" in former days. Its worth the trip to Fox Island to discover this special local place.
Wonderful place to visit with the kiddos. The women who work there are wonderful and give great information. Love to go here!