Step back in time to the mid-1800s as the royal subjects of Fort Nisqually celebrate the birthday of her majesty, Queen Victoria, with volleys of muskets and birthday toasts. “Meet” Jane Tolmie (wife of the fort’s manager in the 1840s & 50s) during a special performance at 3 pm! Find out about her early life within the social structure of the Hudson’s Bay Company in the 1800s. Discover and experience this part of Puget Sound history with the re-enactors of Fort Nisqually as the fort's "Hudson's Bay Company workers" mark this event. All buildings will be open and re-enactors in 1850s attire will be waiting to share their knowledge and skills with you!
Located in Tacoma's Point Defiance Park, Fort Nisqually Living History Museum is a restoration of the Hudson's Bay Company outpost on Puget Sound where visitors travel back in time and experience life in Washington Territory during the Fur Trade era. The site includes a Visitor Center and Museum Store. Admission Charged. Contact: 253-591-5339 or firstname.lastname@example.org