The museum is now closed for the winter.
Beginning in April 2018, it will again be open every Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m.

City of Bothell-funded repairs to the porch at the Hannan House have been completed, and the ground floor is again wheelchair accessible. Due to structural problems at the schoolhouse, that building will not be wheelchair accessible until funds for its repair have been allocated
and the access ramp is secured.

The Park at Bothell Landing was created in the 1960s with funds from Forward Thrust and Community Development.

The Hannan House was moved from its original site on Main Street to the park in 1978.  The house has been the home to the Bothell Historical Society since 1969.

The Historical Society has furnished the interior with special care and attention to historic detail, ensuring each room contains items which date from the late 1800s to mid 1900s.

The Hannan House, schoolhouse and cabin are all open on Sundays from April through October from 1 pm to 4 pm.

The Schoolhouse, built in 1885, has been rearranged for a better visual experience and the 1884 Beckstrom log cabin has been refurnished and the displays have been updated.

9919 NE 180th St., Bothell WA 98011
In the Park at Bothell Landing

In honor of the 100th birthday of Bothell-born business owner and community supporter Ron Green on December 21, 2016, Janet Green Hunter and her husband Richard have pledged $50,000 to the museum,  one-fifth to be given each December for five years.

Ron Green, 1917 or 1918 Ron Green, early 1930s
Ron Green ca. 1970 Ron Green, 2007

Click to learn about long-time Bothell Historical Museum volunteer Ron Green.

We are grateful to all our sponsors:
4culture_black Olson Design WhatsSup logo -- our sponsor
Country Village Shops Neil McGee with writing