This was a side visit during our trip and I'm glad we didn't miss it. This is a great place to learn the history and culture of the Washington native tribes. The exhibits are well designed, interactive and informative. It's an honest look at how the native tribes were changed by white settlers. Some people may not like it, but introspective can be difficult.
The longhouse presentation was the best part.
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