The Elwha Klallam Heritage Center opens the historic Carnegie Museum in downtown Port Angeles to house its Native American art exhibits. The famous tribal exhibits on display include Tse-whit-zen Village (c’ix’íc’n) where two-thousand-year-old artifacts were recovered from the ancient village site near Ediz Hook in Port Angeles. This is the largest excavation in Washington State. The epic Elwha River dam removal project is also documented in an exhibit curated by the Burke Museum of Seattle.
The museum is open Tuesday – Friday 1 – 4 pm and Saturday 12-2 pm starting May 1, 2018. Expanded hours will be added during the summer season.
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