Puget Sound Estuarium
Date: Oct 01 - Oct 09, 2022
*Business hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 11am - 4pm
Fall Arts Walk 2022!
Stop by the Estuarium during our open hours these first two weekends in October to see artworks by Bethany Buechel, a local artist who works in watercolor, colored pencil, and digital illustration. She has curated a collection of her pieces that focus on marine themes and creatures.
We are so excited to display her pieces during Arts Walk and encourage you to stop by and enjoy them yourself!
Bethany's available work for those who are interested: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Binbinco
About the Estuarium
The Estuarium is a marine life discovery center featuring aquariums, interactive activities, and interpretive exhibits. Outside our facility, we can be found on local docks and beaches connecting people of all ages to our delicate and vibrant estuarine ecosystem. The Estuarium also provides K-12 education resources and field trips to local schools. Our volunteer program offers unique hands on opportunities to explore intertidal life and inspire community members to take better care of our shared natural resources.
The Estuarium has regular weekend open hours from 11:00 – 4:00 PM. Our facility is home to live estuary animals, exhibits, specimens and more! Stop by during the weekend to connect with our staff and volunteers and explore Salish Sea education. You can also reserve a private tour of the Estuarium, or request a private Meet the Beach or Pier Peer event by contacting our staff.
The Puget Sound Estuarium was founded by the South Sound Estuary Association (SSEA) in 2007.
We encourage community members to EXPLORE animals and plants in their local estuaries, where freshwater and saltwater meet. We CONNECT people of all ages to what is unique about this delicate, vibrant ecosystem. Our educational opportunities INSPIRE individuals to take better care of our shared natural resources.
To more about the Estuarium's mission and our programming please visit: