Anacortes Museum

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Join the Anacortes Museum Saturday, January 19, 2019 for a free listening event featuring vintage phonograph records and radio shows. Staged as a guided DJ’d event, our ears will time travel to the ‘30s,‘40s, and ‘50s, to encounter the popular music, news, and stories that captivated Pacific Northwesterners long ago. This event is for kids ages 12 and up, teens, seniors, audiophiles, jazz enthusiasts, and those who love listening to a good story. 

The 90 minute program occurs at 3pm and at 7 p.m.  More info here

The event is free but space is limited, so reservations are required. Please RSVP by emailing coa.museum@cityofanacortes.org or calling (360) 293-1915. 

This program is funded with support from the Manieri Endowment through the Anacortes Public Library Jazz and the Anacortes Museum Foundation.

Interact With Anacortes History

More than 20,000 photographs from the Anacortes Museum are now online. Browse random images or try a keyword search. Find a cool photo and email the link to a friend. Now it is much easier to find out about Anacortes history, to order photographs from the Anacortes Museum, and for the community to assist museum staff by adding to the descriptions that tell the story of Anacortes.

Anacortes Museum

Located in the historic Carnegie Library Building.


Hours 

Tuesday through Saturday
10 AM- 4 PM 

Sunday
1 PM- 4 PM

Anacortes Museum Carnegie in 2017

1305 8th Street
Anacortes WA 98221

Free Admission


W.T. Preston

Our National Landmark sternwheel steamboat. 

Closed for the Winter Season- reopens first weekend of April.


Preston by Robert Geczi April 16, 2005

703 R Avenue, next to our Maritime Heritage Center

Tour Cost: $3-$5

Anacortes Maritime Heritage Center

Located on the waterfront of downtown Anacortes.

Closed for the Winter Season- reopens first weekend of April.

 

Maritime Heritage Center

703 R Avenue, next to the Great Northern Depot and the W.T. Preston.

Free Admission  

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