Dedicated to preserving the local history and promoting the arts, the Sidney Art Gallery & Sidney Museum maintains the Sidney Art Gallery, the Sidney Museum and the Log Cabin Museum. It's also home to the South Kitsap Artists' Association!
From the moment you walk between the welcoming House Posts, the path through the exhibit will engage your senses. Movement, textures, the forest environment and the symbolic movement of the tide will inspire your imagination. The objects owned by the Suquamish Museum, many never before exhibited, and those on loan from Suquamish families and other museums, will engage visitors to learn about the lives and culture of the Suquamish. The Suquamish Museum's exhibits allow visitors from all age levels to understand the culture and history from the view of the First Peoples of the Puget Sound and the Suquamish Tribe, through the use of oral history, photography, artifacts, replication and audio/visual productions.
The USS Turner Joy was the first ship to see action in Vietnam and the last ship to fire it's guns to signal the end of that war. Explore the Pacific Northwest’s naval heritage by stepping aboard the USS Turner Joy, the only retired United States Navy Ship in the state of Washington that is open to the public for tours all year.