Welcome to the Fox Island Museum
There are more than 3000 artifacts on display in Dioramas, Showcases, and free standing exhibits. Among them is a display describing the life of former Governor Dr. Dixy Lee Ray, the largest collection of pulley blocks in the State, Indian artifacts and several antique gasoline engines in working order.
Our current main exhibit highlights the historic undergarments used on Fox Island from the late 1800's to the mid-1900's.
Good News! On April 16, 2016,the Fox Island Historical Society celebrated inclusion of our 1908 log cabin, originally owned by the Lila Acheson family (later married to DeWitt Wallace and co-founded The Reader's Digest) into the Washington State Historic Registry, including unveiling of a brass plaque.
Hours of Operation
- Wednesdays, Saturdays & Sundays: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
- Admission $1.00 (donation) - Current Members free
- Group Tours: Call Karen Kretschmer at 253-514-5884 for information
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