Bothell Historical Society and Museum

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Facility:Bothell Historical Society and Museum
Description:The first settlers came to Bothell, Washington in the early 1870's seeking homesteads along the marshy Squak Slough, or Sammamish River. Logging quickly became an integral part of life in Bothell and a community developed. The Bothell Historical Museum is housed in the 1893 William Hannan house. Each room in the two-story house has been restored and furnished with turn-of-the-century items. Bothell's First Schoolhouse, located just behind the house, is a typical one-room school for grades 1-8. A bell tower is nearby. The Beckstrom Log Cabin, adjacent to the museum, was built in 1885, with hand-hewn logs and housed a pioneer family of ten. The buildings compliment the many historic amenities in the park, such as the gazebo, arched foot bridge and walkways.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:9919 NE 180th Street
Address 2:
City:Bothell
State/Province:WA
Zip Code:98011
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Sundays from 1:00pm to 4:00p.m., May through the end of September and the first two Sundays in December. Closed on Mother's Day. Special events occur throughout the year.
Admission:Free
Telephone:(425) 486-1889
Website:Visit Website
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