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Willapa Seaport Museum

Like a veteran sailor’s bulging sea chest, the Willapa Seaport Museum captures the breadth and depth of the seafaring with exhibits covering military and commercial life. The museum puts emphasis on the communities of Raymond, South Bend, and other towns around Willapa Bay in the southwest corner of Washington State. The military exhibits focus on the “Pig War” in the San Juan Islands, and Spanish-American War, and the Spruce Division of World War I. Children will love the pirate exhibit.

The member-supported museum’s commercial and sport fishing exhibits feature a life-size fishing boat, as well as a complete set of nets, lines, hooks, poles, and other tools of the fisherman’s trade. Visitors will discover how life was lived aboard naval and commercial vessels, and examples of period and modern maritime art. The museum also offers art classes as well as a gift shop.

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  • 360-942-4149
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  • 310 Alder St, Raymond, WA 98577, USA
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  • 46.6839236 / -123.7332174
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