Captain Robert Gray

Garibaldi Maritime Museum

Explore Maritime Heritage

At the Garibaldi Maritime Museum, visitors will develop a deeper appreciation of the Pacific Northwest’s maritime heritage. Prepare to be transported back to the 18th century with tales of Captain Robert Gray and his discovery of the Columbia. Models of his historic vessels, the Columbia Rediviva and the Lady Washington, are on display, as well as an 8-foot replica of the Columbia’s figurehead. The impressive half model of the Columbia Rediviva reveals how the ship was painstakingly prepared for its long journey.

The complete history of the city of Garibaldi is also displayed through countless photographs and artifacts. The Garibaldi Maritime Museum is handicap accessible and appropriate for all ages. Open April through November, Thursday-Monday from 10am-4pm, and by appointment during the winter months.

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