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                                                                               Hibulb Cultural Center & Natural History
                                                                               Preserve serves to protect, perpetuate,
                                                                               and honor the traditional cultural values
                                                                               and spiritual beliefs for which our
                                                                               ancestors dedicated their lives.

         Hibulb Cultural Center

         Discover the history and culture

         of the Tulalip Tribes

                                                                               Hibulb Cultural Center
         The Hibulb Cultural Center         a research library, and gift shop.
         and Natural History Preserve's     It also features a fully certified                            9
                                                                               6410 23rd Ave NE
         mission is to revive, restore,     collections and archaeological     Tulalip, WA 98271
         protect, interpret, collect, and   repository. It was the first tribal   Hours                 page 8
         enhance the history, traditional   facility certified by the State    Tuesday through Friday
         cultural values, and spiritual     of Washington.                     10  AM to 5 PM
         beliefs of the Tulalip Tribes          Learn about our traditional    Saturday and Sunday
         who are the successors in          territories, the importance of     12  PM to 5 PM
         interest to the Snohomish,         the cedar trees, our seven value   Admission
         Snoqualmie, and Skykomish          stories, and seasonal lifeways.    Adult                      $10
         tribes and other tribes and        As you walk through the Canoe      Senior (age 50+)            $7
         bands signatory to the Treaty      Hall, you will experience our      Student (age 6–17)       FREE
                                                                               Child (under age 5)
         of Point Elliott.                  homelands from the mountains       Military & Veterans         $6
             The Hibulb Cultural            to Tulalip Bay. Featured in        Family (2 + 4 children)    $25
         Center is approximately 23,000     the Canoe Hall are historic        Note: Open until 8:00  PM the
         square feet with a 50-acre         canoes and archaeology from        first Thursday of every month
         natural history preserve. The      various sites throughout           with free admission for all!
         interactive cultural center        Snohomish County.                  Website
         features a main exhibit,               Visit the Hibulb website
         a temporary exhibit, two           for information on monthly         Telephone
         classrooms, a longhouse,           events.                            360-716-2600

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