MuseumsThe Museum & Arts Center houses the rich history of the valley with exhibits of early agriculture, medicine, pioneer families, Native American baskets and mastodon fossils found near Sequim. New mastodon fossils are found frequently by beachcombers after sea storms along Port Williams and donated to the museum. MAC also features rotating art exhibits by various noted artists and a fine gift shop.
Rainshadow Natural Science Foundation was established to develop Railroad Bridge Park and Natural History Center on the Dungeness River. It is a joint project of the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe and the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society. The center through interpretive signage, and river talks held throughout the summer offers an opportunity to learn about the river, fish migration, birds and the natural history of the valley. Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park is the only designated Washington State Audubon site.
There are several fine galleries located in Sequim and Blyn. If you enjoy browsing art, then be sure to visit these beautiful display galleries.
You'll find an art gallery with original work by Catherine Mix in the farmhouse at The Cutting Garden that is open 10-4 Monday through Friday.
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