Greater Kent Historical Museum

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The bountiful history of the Kent Valley comes alive at the Greater Kent Historical Society Museum in the Bereiter house. The museum is one of Kent's oldest and finest homes, a three story 1908 craftsman style with carriage entry. The home is furnished with donated period furniture and an extensive gallery of local historical artifacts. Outside the museum Stuart Nakamura created Another Place, Another Time, an outdoor work of art honoring Kent's Japanese-American community.

Our Mission

The mission of the Greater Kent Historical Society is to collect, preserve and promote the history of the Greater Kent area.

Museum Information

The Museum is conveniently located just east of downtown Kent, in the historic Bereiter house

Hours of Operation
       Wednesday - Saturday    
       11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Admission
       Free (donation suggested)
Street Address 
855 East Smith Street, Kent
Telephone
253-856-5185
FAX
253-859-0979
Electronic mail
General Information: GKHS@earthinet.com 
Send mail to GKHS@earthinet.com with questions or comments about this web site. This site created by Melissa Carl.
Copyright 2000 Greater Kent Historical Museum
Last modified: February 11, 2003