Looking forward to 2036
In 2036, Fort Nisqually will have recently celebrated its bicentennial, marking 200 years after the Hudson's Bay Company arrived at the mouth of Sequalitchew Creek and construction began on what was to be the first European settlement on Puget Sound.
These next 20 years at Fort Nisqually present an opportunity to rejuvenate its legacy through a series of enhancements and improvements inside and outside the Fort walls.
This is an ideal time to celebrate the work the museum has been doing and set a new vision in time for the Bicentennial.
The Capital Development and Program Plan provides recommendations that move Fort Nisqually Living History Museum toward providing a rich educational and history-based experience.