Shoreline Historical Museum
The Shoreline Historical Museum is housed
in the historic Ronald Elementary School, named after Judge
James T. Ronald,
who donated the property on which it was built. It was used as a
school from 1912 until 1970.
In 1976, it opened as a museum, archiving a collection of
photos and artifacts of the Shoreline area. In addition,
organizations such as the Puget Sound Antique Radio Association,
have space to set up a display and have meetings. These displays
are open to viewing by the public during museum hours
(10 AM to 4 PM, Tuesday through Saturday).
You're invited to become a member to help preserve, research,
and exhibit Shoreline's Heritage. Individual memberships are
$10 per year.
The museum is located at 749 N 175th St., Shoreline WA 98133
(just north of Seattle). For further information, call
206-542-7111, or write PO Box 7171, Shoreline WA 98133.
Handicapped access is through an elevator in the rear of the building.