The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is following Governor Jay Inslee’s guidance and response to COVID-19 in Washington State. Yesterday, the Governor announced a four-week statewide set of restrictions in response to the recent rapid spread of the virus. Museums are included in these restrictions and mandated to close to the public for four weeks.
The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum will be closed to the public starting today for a minimum of four weeks (through at least December 14th).
The health and safety of our staff, volunteers, and visitors remain our primary concern. We sincerely miss seeing you all at the Museum and are thinking of you.
We will continue to monitor guidance and updates from the Governor and look forward to partially reopening again when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, we encourage you to stay connected through our virtual programs, emails, social media outlets, and website.
Bainbridge Island Historical Museum
The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is within the aboriginal territory of the suq̀ʷabš, “People of Clear Salt Water” (Suquamish People). Expert fishermen, canoe builders, and basket weavers, Suquamish people live in harmony with the lands and waterways along Washington’s Central Salish Sea as they have for thousands of years.