Museums are a unique opportunity to learn, explore, time-travel, and with the dozen museum’s in Skagit County, a chance to travel from the shore to the foothills. Passports, and the stamps that go in them, inspire us to explore and to travel, and remind us of our adventures.
The information provided in the passport was current at the time it was collected, but may have changed. We recommend confirming open hours and other deciding factors before you head off on your trip.
In addition to Museum information, we’ve included information on local accommodations and the Visitors Bureau so that you can plan your trip or trips! There is more to see and do in a day, so whether you stay for a night or a weekend, or make return visits, enjoy all there is.
Part of using the passport is helping our organizations determine where our visitors are coming from. We ask that when you pick up your passport and visit the museums, that you enter basic information in the passport visitor logs. You won’t be added to a mailing list, and your information won’t be shared.
Thanks to those who visit and stay in local hotels, local organizations can benefit from tourism grants that fund events, organizations, and other activities. Your support is appreciated!
Visitors to Skagit Valley can pick up their passport at any of the museum locations, the City of Burlington Visitor Center/Chamber of Commerce, area visitor centers & The Historic Lincoln Theatre.
Bring your passport with stamps from at least 8 of these museums to the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory at The Outlet Shoppes at Burlington, WA and receive one chocolate bar from their dazzling array of specialty chocolate bars!
Bring your passport with stamps from ALL of these museums to the Children’s Museum of Skagit County and your next visit to the Children’s Museum is free!
Funding provided by the City of Burlington & Skagit County Lodging Tax Grants