Take A Historic Walk Back in Time At the Fort Nisqually Living History Museum In Washington
By Sherri Adams|Published June 12, 2023
Sherri Adams is a writer, photographer, and travel enthusiast from the Pacific Northwest. She has always been passionate about writing and the opportunities for connection through the written word. When she’s not writing, you can often find her at the seashore with her toes in the sand and her nose in a book.
Hey Washingtonians, are you looking for a fun activity with the kids this year? Perhaps you want to introduce your children to an adventure that’s a bit out of the ordinary and maybe even sneak in a little learning while you’re at it. The Fort Nisqually Living History Museum in Tacoma, Washington, is a historic walk back in time the whole family will enjoy. Take a glimpse into the lives of early settlers and fur traders at this immersive and educational living museum.
Experience Victorian living throughout the year with a fun and educational trip to Fort Nisqually Living History Museum. Purchase tickets for your visit online on the Fort Nisqually website, in person, or at the Point Defiance Zoo. Regular admission is $11.94 for adults and $8.58 for youth ages 4-14. Children three and under are free. Hours vary depending on the season. Check the website for details.
There’s so much to see and do at Fort Nisqually! Have you visited lately? We’d love to hear about your experience in the comments.
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