Visit Issaquah History Museums
Discover and take part in the history of Issaquah and the surrounding area! Visit our Gilman Town Hall Museum and our Issaquah Depot Museum were you can explore engaging, thought-provoking exhibits, experience the past via hands-on activities, listen to the stories that help us create our common identify, and learn the role of Issaquah in shaping the region and the way that our past can inform our present and our future.
165 SE Andrews Street
Scheduled to reopen by appointment when King County reaches Phase III.
Built in, 1886, the Gilman Town Hall features a permanent exhibit called “In This Valley: The Story of Our Town,” which uses photographs, artifacts, and interactive elements to explore different aspects of Issaquah’s past. This museum also contains a hands-on kitchen exhibit with many cooking implements. The back yard hosts a two-celled concrete jail that was used from 1914 until 1930. more info >