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Walk the Streets of an Earlier Granite Falls

Visit the museum and...

  • Check out the hardware store
  • Visit the doctor's office
  • See the latest hats at the millinery shop
  • Explore the logging industry
  • Tour a house furnished as if it were 1905
  • Research your family or your house

On this Web site, you can...
Learn about our collection; Research people, places, things; See Granite Falls in 1912

What's Going On at the Museum?

  • Click the event name below to see the full announcement.
  • Excavations before Quarry Road Construction Unearths Snohomish County's Prehistoric Past! Traveling exhibit from UW’s Burke Museum comes to Granite Falls In two identical presentations on Sunday, August 4, Archealogist Jason B. Cooper discussed finds made during the archaeological excavations ...
    Posted Jul 31, 2013, 10:22 AM by Web Manager
  • Unearthing Kimberly-Clark As it was being demolished, the Kimberly-Clark plant was often described as the last vestige of Everett's smokestack heritage. But centered in the very heart of the city ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2013, 12:23 PM by Web Manager
  • 2013 GFHS Scholarship Winners Announced Left to right: Sabrina McLauglin, GFHS Scholarship Committee Chair Vervia Gabriel, Pooja Sethi   Congratulations to Sabrina McLaughlin and Pooja Sethi   The Mary Bayh Scholarship for $2,000 is given to ...
    Posted Jun 9, 2013, 9:04 AM by Web Manager
  • Snohomish Tribal Elder Featured on Burke Blog See and read about the work of carver William Shelton. Burke Blog
    Posted Dec 14, 2012, 2:53 PM by Web Manager
  • Darrington Fights to Save Wilderness Lookout High Country News, a Web site for the magazine by the same name, features an article, with video, on the fight to save the restoration of the Green Mountain fire ...
    Posted Jan 31, 2012, 12:16 PM by Web Manager
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Start Your Mt. Loop Experience Here!

The Granite Fall Historical Museum is a great place to start when touring the Mt. Loop Highway. Learn about the area and pick up our audiovisual tour of the Mt. Loop for your phone or laptop.