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February 1, 2024 at 12:00 a.m.
HINT I: The original location of this "Living History Museum" was in Dupont, one of the first settlements in the Puget Sound region. It was later reconstructed in a completely different location in the 1930s by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The museum gives residents and visitors a chance to experience what life was like on Puget Sound in 1855.
HINT II: This Living History Museum is located within a very large park in Tacoma.
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This site offers an interpretive center with a classroom, aquarium, nature exhibits and trails, all free to visit. It is also a research reserve that was created by the Washington Legislature and US Congress in 1980 to manage and protect critical intertidal and upland habitat. The site protects the largest continuous eelgrass bed in the lower 48 states, which provides a nursery for juvenile salmon, crab, herring and more; above water it provides critical habitat for waterfowl and marine birds.
For hours and more information, visit this link:
For a video about the site and the woman behind the Padilla Bay Reserve and Braezeale Interpretive Center, visit this link for TVW's "My Favorite Places" hosted by Ralph Munro: