This museum has an exhibit of photographs, artifacts, and interactive elements exploring aspects of Issaquah’s past. It also has a hands-on kitchen exhibit with cooking implements, and a two-celled concrete jail that was used from 1914 until 1930.
Gilman Town Hall Museum
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