The Eastsound Museum is the Island's Center for historical, genealogical and archaeological research -- a non-profit organization. Come visit the Museum, where History Comes Alive -- featuring six homestead log cabins originating from this Island filled with exhibits, history and artifacts. The Museum also serves as the repository for the artifacts and family histories, providing valuable genealogical information to students, the community and tourists. Looking for a place to begin Island and/or family research? Start with the Museum! “We educate, inspire, connect and involve our community and visitors as stewards of island history.”
The Crow Valley School located at 1668 Crow Valley Road was built in 1888. It is one of the finest examples of an intact one room school house in our state. The school house is listed with the National Register of Historic Places and is open for tours Memorial Day to Labor Day, or prearranged private tours.
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181 North Beach Road, Eastsound, Washington 98245, United States