Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center


This Duwamish tribal cultural center takes the form of a traditional longhouse built out of cedar wood and located beside the Duwamish River. It's used mainly for cultural events (check the website for more information), but it does display some historical information and indigenous artifacts.

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