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Gilman Town Hall Museum

165 S.E. Andrews St, Issaquah, Washington 98027
425-392-3500

The Gilman Town Hall Museum is located in the original town hall established in the early 1890s, when Issaquah was still called Gilman. Not a large museum, but one chock full of memorabilia—everything from one of Issaquah's original water pipes to a dynamite blaster.

Learn the story of Issaquah's past through hundreds of photographs and artifacts, plus a variety of interactive displays. You can even stop off at the two-cell concrete jail out back—built in 1914 to replace a wooden jail which proved to be inadequate for its rambunctious inmates. This is a great place to find out about the town once called Squak.