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Suquamish Indian Tribe

Spend time discovering the rich history and culture of the Suquamish People and learn about the man our City of Seattle was named for.

We begin with a ferry ride to Bainbridge Island and travel to the Port Madison Indian Reservation, where you'll see a Community Center, built similar to Northwest Tribal Long Houses. Then visit the Gravesite of our namesake Chief Seattle, highly revered then, and now, as a great leader.

We transfer to the Suquamish Museum tour experience hosted by a Suquamish Elder docent who knows the history, present, and future directions the tribe is heading, in their life after the Elliott Treaty.

You’ll dine in a local island restaurant before catching a ferry back to Seattle, with fantastic views of the city.

Includes; Ferry and Suquamish Museum Tour Package.

$249. per person
7 Hours


Duwamish Tribe & Local Native Influences

The Duwamish Tribe of Seattle is a small but strong tribe, still fighting for their rights of federal recognition.

We visit their Long House and park, on the Duwamish River, discovering a rich history and culture of the Duwamish People.

Our journey goes to downtown Seattle, where you'll hear some of our local history. See the influence in Seattle of Native statues and art, also visit a Pike Place Market shop dedicated to Regional Native Americans.

Our tours are a great way to learn about the history of local Tribes on Puget Sound.

$229 Adults min 2 ppl
4 Hours