An announcement from DuPont Historical Society and Museum.
Learn the history of first long term Euro-American settlement, Fort Nisqually, on Puget Sound.
The DuPont Historical Society and Museum are holding their last scheduled walking tour(s) of the original 1843 Fort Nisqually site on Saturday September 18, 2021, 1:00 and 2:30 p.m. The 1843 Fort Nisqually original site is located in DuPont WA across Center Dr. from the Civic Center, 1700 Civic Drive. Please park in the Civic Center parking lot and use the crossing light at Civic and Center Drive to walk to the 1843 fort site. (After crossing Center drive, turn left and walk to the entrance gate.)
These tours are free and open to all ages of the public, however, children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. We recommend wearing good walking shoes, as the ground is rough and uneven. Being outdoors you may encounter bees and other insects. We will also visit the New Sequalitchew reburial cemetery adjacent to the fort site.
• Saturday September 18, 2021, 1:00 and 2:30 p.m
• Free and appropriate for all ages of the public
• Parking at DuPont Civic Center, 1700 Civic Drive
• Use Cross walk Civic Dr. and Center Dr. to walk to 1843 Fort site
• Learn about the 1st Euro-American long-term settlement on Puget Sound
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