Shoreline Historical Museum

Heritage Center @ Shoreline



Exhibit Now Open:

The Farmer in the Dell

discover the farming legacy given

by those who have come before us!


Saturday October 29th 2:00 pm -

Promised Land

a feature-length film about the 

and fight for recognition 

Duwamish and Chinook Tribes

at the

Lake Forest Park Library

Exhibits and Events page…





Thousands of Local Historic Family Names,

 Businesses and Events

 indexed in our

 newspaper files – now on-line

 under our Research Page – Click Here

 for research you’ve never seen before!



 See photos from our 10th annual

2015 Trillium Heritage Awards

We accept nominations for the annual Trillium Heritage Award
all year ’round-the nomination form is now on our Trillium Award page! 



Help the Museum build Phase I of its new building -
click on “Donate” and go to the heading
“Matching Donation!”
Donors of $1000 or more receive a place on the
Walk of 100 Years, and double their donation.



Hands – On Days -  -  – 11AM – 3PM – see our Exhibits and Events  page for more descriptions!

Visit the Museum’s Wonderful Heritage Exhibits -
Linking The Community Through Time:
Connections that Bring Us Together
Once Upon A Time in Playland


The Museum is supported by the City of Shoreline and 4Culture,
our Partnership Circle, local businesses, and members –

 Watch a video from our Grand Opening!

Museum offices and exhibits are at 18501 Linden Avenue North, on the northwest corner of 185th and Linden,
just one block west of Aurora.
Open Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Drop-in archives research on Wednesdays 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, or by appointment.
Requests can be made in person, by phone, or by e-mail.  Please see our “Research” page.

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