Date - May 27, 2023
Time - 11:00am-4:00pm
Fort Nisqually Living History Museum
5519 Five Mile Dr
Tacoma WA 98407
The tradition of celebrating the British Queen in the Puget Sound may surprise some, but it is not a new one. On May 25, 1846, Fort Nisqually took a holiday. A planned revue was canceled due to rain. The day before, the HMS Fisgard, a British 46-gunned frigate, fired a royal salute from the decks over the Puget Sound to commemorate her 27th birthday.
This year, the gentlemen and gentlewomen of Fort Nisqually Living History Museum plan to celebrate her birthday – rain or shine – with cannon fire and Victorian finery!
Fort Nisqually Living History Museum Members receive complementary admission. Check in at the gate! More information about Fort membership can be found at fortnisqually.org.