The Highline Heritage Museum – a vibrant hub of local history and cultural connection in Burien – is calling all community champions to join its dedicated team of Volunteers.

“If you have a passion for preserving history, fostering community connections, and making a meaningful impact, we invite you to join our dedicated team of volunteers at the Highline Heritage Museum,” officials said. “Whether you’re a history enthusiast, an event organizer, or someone with a flair for creativity, there’s a place for you!”

Contact the museum today for more information on how you can contribute your time and skills to exciting projects, engaging events, and the vibrant cultural tapestry of the Highline community.

“Your commitment makes a difference!”

The Highline Heritage Museum – which held its Grand Opening in June, 2019 – began when the Burien Heritage Society was founded in 1994. The Society soon merged with the Friends of the Highline School District and acquired their large collections relating to the history of the school district. Later acquisitions of the archives of The Highline Times and thousands of articles of local community history have made founding a regional heritage museum imperative. At that time the name was changed to “Highline Historical Society” to reflect the region that the several hundred thousand 3-dimensional objects, photos, slides, films, and documents represent.

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