The museum offers a variety of educational opportunities. Our onsite programs, developed by museum staff and our teacher docents, serve all age groups and include classroom, youth group and adult programs.
The resource library is available to visitors for research into the Island’s past and includes thousands of photos, biographical files and neighborhood records.
The museum also facilitates tours of Bainbridge Island historical sites such as the annual Historic Tree walk, and visits to the Agate Pass petroglyph and the Japanese American Exclusion Memorial.
For information about group visits and tours, click here.
For several years, the Bainbridge High School Football Team has begun its Fall season by spending time at the Museum learning about the history of their home town, Bainbridge Island.
These children spent the morning learning about Bainbridge Island pioneers. They discovered that early families came from all over the world.
The Museum partners with the Suquamish Tribe for programs bringing together children from Bainbridge Island and the Tribe.
Teacher docent Reid Hansen demonstrates the “Misery Whip.”