The Harbor History Museum is positioned to be one of the premier cultural facilities on the Kitsap Peninsula. From conception to completion, a team of leading professionals in the fields of architecture, construction, exhibit design,
and exhibit fabrication is committed to ensuring a truly memorable experience for museum visitors.
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Harbor History Museum, formerly the Gig Harbor Peninsula History Museum
Copyright 2007 GHPHS
An exhibit preparation annex provides ample new exhibit construction and storage space.
Collections will be kept in a temperature, humidity, and pest-controlled environment, meeting American Association of Museum standards.
The restored Midway School will re-create an authentic pioneer school experience.
Over 3,000 sq. ft. are dedicated to display and restoration of the Shenandoah and Thunderbird Hull #1.
A 925 sq. ft. temporary gallery is designed to host large national and regional traveling exhibits, in addition to original Harbor History Museum exhibits.
925 sq. ft. resource room for public research, museum workshops, lectures, and classes. Available for public use.
5,000 sq. ft. of professionally designed exhibit space in total.