Jefferson Museum of Art & History
The Jefferson Museum of Art & History is located in the 1892 Port Townsend City Hall building at 540 Water Street.
Exhibits in the former municipal court room, fire hall and jail spaces illustrate the lively history of communities born in waterfront forests over 150 years ago.
$6.00 for Adults
$5.00 for Seniors
$1.00 for Children
Seasonally, a passport is available for the Jefferson Museum of Art & History, Commanding Officer's Quarters museum, and Rothschild House museum (seasonally) the for a reduced rate: $6.00 for 2 sites; $12.00 for 3 sites.
Visiting all three provides visitors
with a wealth of information about Port Townsend, both historically and
CURRENT MUSEUM EXHIBITS
Images of Jefferson County Communities and video "We Came with Dreams"
Fire Hall Gallery
From Far Away: Early Settlers and Communities of Jefferson County
- First Europeans
- Jefferson County's Maritime Heritage
- The First People: Area Natives
“TOM JAY: ARTIST & ARTISAN”
Bronze sculptures by Tom Jay and other artists who cast at Riverdog Foundry, the first commercial foundry in the Northwest.
The exhibit is open through February 16, 2016.
Sin at Sea Level