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The Edmonds Museum occupies two floors that houses it exhibit gallery, rotating displays, and other Museum features that are accessible to the public as well as its administrative offices. Visitors to the Museum can go upstairs to view these exhibits and temporary displays that feature the local history of Edmond, including the railroad industry, seamanship, and logging industry of the area. They can also view the diorama showing the 1910 Edmonds town site and waterfront, as well as the Cook Victorian Parlor. On this floor, the Museum maintains its administrative office, photography archive, work rooms, and the local history library, which also contains books and other materials on the related subjects.

On the first floor, visitors can view the long-term exhibit, "The Changing Face of Edmonds," which commemorates the centennial of the incorporation of the City of Edmonds 1890/1990. The exhibit focuses on the history of Edmond done in an encapsulated, thematic, and chronological format in order to interpret the changes and development that have happened. The history began from the age of exploration and discovery, to the foundation and growth of the city, and up to the time when the last mill closed in the 1950s. The exhibit features a reconstruction of an 1894 Stevens Hotel room as well as a shingle mill model that remains functional.
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