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Gilman Town Hall Museum

165 S.E. Andrews St, Issaquah, Washington 98027

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.