Bainbridge History Museum

The Bainbridge History Museum sparks curiosity and inspires connection, offering many perspectives, so visitors may reflect on, learn about, and celebrate the diverse stories of the Island.

The Museum’s iconic 1908 schoolhouse features a lively, beautiful, and provocative primary exhibit. “Our Community: Past to Present” illuminates diverse, beloved, and previously untold stories about Bainbridge Island. The exhibit showcases 13 individual Bainbridge communities, or groups of people, linked by heritage, work, or hobby. Combining historical content and elegant design with sensory, hands-on learning activities for people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds, this elegant exhibit is full of information.

The Museum offers many programs and events throughout the year. The smaller Helen L. Bucey gallery features local exhibits and rotates annually. Please stop by for a visit Wednesday-Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm. Admission is free.