Traveling Exhibits

Have Exhibit, will Travel?!

The Shoreline Historical Museum currently has two traveling exhibits:  

Once Upon a Time in Playland  is a three-panel double-sided free-standing exhibit suitable for a 12-foot, walk-around space.  The exhibit is available to community centers, schools and other venues that can accommodate the display for at least one month. 
The subject matter pertains to the amusement park that once stood at 130th between Aurora Avenue N. and Greenwood Ave. N., and is suitable for all ages.

The Duwamish People and Ronald Bog is a four-panel double-sided table-top display that requires two six-foot tables for comfortable viewing. The exhibit is available to community centers, schools and other venues that can accommodate the display for at least two weeks.  The subject matter pertains to the traditional culture of the Duwamish people and the history of Ronald Bog, both as a cranberry picking place, and as an open-pit peat mine.  It is suitable for all ages.