Bigelow House Museum

This Carpenter Gothic-style frame house was built by Harvard-educated lawyer Daniel Bigelow in 1854 and remains the home of his descendants. An early advocate for creating Washington Territory, Bigelow was also a supporter of civil rights, temperance and public education. The parlor, dining room and kitchen now display original Bigelow family furnishings.

Useful information

Adresse : 

918 Glass Ave. N.E.

Phone:

+1 360-753-1215

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