We are pleased to announce our Open the Doors fundraising campaign is live! Help us across the finish line to complete renovations and open the Worthington Mansion as a special events center. Find our Case Statement and Giving Card on the Open the Doors Campaign page, which include details on the current status of renovations, information on the various projects that donations will fund, and instructions for making your contribution.
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Enjoy the following video that shows the process and progress of the Worthington Mansion’s restoration.
The Quilcene Historical Museum is a multi-purpose institution. During our open season – April through September – our docent volunteers welcome hundreds of visitors.
Fall 2016: CK Birkenfeld Trail Grand Opening!
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Proud members of the following:
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Washington State Historical Society
Washington Museum Association
Jefferson County Historical Society
North Hood Canal Chamber of Commerce
Annually over 1000 guests from 67 Washington cities and towns, 13 states and 5 foreign countries toured our exhibitions. School children, 4-H groups, senior citizens and disabled persons come for tours of our grounds and exhibits.
In addition to our amazing concerts and events at our Linger Longer Outdoor Theater, the museum plans special events in conjunction with area celebrations such as Brinnon Shrimp Fest in May, Quilcene Alumni Luncheon in June, a summer wine and cheese tasting fund-raising event, tribal canoe journey in July/August, All-Quilcene Yard Sale in August, and the Quilcene Fair in September.