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Bothell Historical Musuem

Bothell Landing Park
9919 NE 180th, Bothell Wa  98011

Andrew & Augusta Beckstrom's Log Cabin

Located at the Park at Bothell Landing, this cabin, built in 1884, housed Andrew and Augusta Beckstrom. Their third child, John, was born in the cabin and is the first recorded birth in Bothell. By the way, Andrew & Augusta had 16 children! Not all 16 Beckstrom children were raised in that cabin. After the 10th child, the family moved to larger quarters.

Bothell's First Schoolhouse

Built in 1885, this is a typical one room schoolhouse of the period, grade 1 through 8. The Bell Tower stands near by.

Dr. Elmer E. Lytle's House

The home of Bothell's second doctor, built in 1898, originally stood at the northwest corner of 102nd Ave. NE and Main Street and was moved to Bothell Landing in the early 1970s.