The Kitsap 9/11 Memorial is dedicated to the men, women, and children who lost their lives. These brave individuals gave their lives and are heroes who responded to the emergency on September 11, 2001. The memorial consists of 5,000 pounds of steel from New York's World Trade Center, limestone from the Pentagon, and stories of the 4 airlines destroyed. Click the link to see more pictures of this memorial.
They collect, preserve and exhibit the diverse culture, heritage and history of Kitsap County for the education and enjoyment of the public! Open Wednesdays thru Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Saturdays from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., and late on Bremerton First Friday art walk!
Maintained by the Poulsbo Historical Society, the cabin was built in the late 1800s by the Martinson family. This important historical landmark was preserved so as to give residents and visitors the opportunity to experience the lifestyle of early Poulsbo pioneers. Tools, transportation, laundry – nearly every aspect of daily living is displayed to awaken the guest’s imagination to the life of early Poulsbo pioneers. The Poulsbo Historical Society also maintains the Poulsbo Heritage Museum on Moe Street and the Poulsbo Maritime Museum on Front Street. See those separate listings under Museums!
If you’re interested in learning more about the Navy’s undersea operations, technology, combat, research, and salvage, then visit or take a look around the Naval Undersea Museum website to see how exceptional people and cutting edge technology create an incredibly capable undersea force!
Maintained by the Poulsbo Historical Society, this museum captures the cultural heritage and the daily lives of early Poulsbo’s families. Changing exhibits provide visitors a reason to return again and again to glimpse the many facets of life in the evolution of Poulsbo from its early beginnings to the lively community it now is. Heritage Hall features an extensive research library and the central office of the Poulsbo Historical Society. The Poulsbo Historical Society also maintains the Maritime Museum on Front Street and the Martinson Cabin at Nelson Park. See those separate listings under Museums!
Maintained by the Poulsbo Historical Society, this museum showcases the rich maritime history of Poulsbo and North Kitsap. Through imaginative exhibits and interactive displays, the new museum invites guests to explore the amazingly diverse history, from families traveling dock to dock to get to their farm products to market in Seattle, to home-porting of Alaska codfish fleets, to the tour ships and paddle boards of today. The Poulsbo Historical Society also maintains the Poulsbo Heritage Museum on Moe Street and the Martinson Cabin at Nelson Park. See those separate listings under Museums!