Building Community Through Culture & History
The Fife Historical Society is now part of the North American Reciprocal Museum Association. The North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association is an extensive network of hundreds of cultural institutions across the United States, Bermuda, Canada, the Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico and Mexico. It connects your Fife Historical Society Membership to over 1,300 institutions providing access to arts, science, history, botanical gardens, sports, and more. All Fife Historical Society Membership at the $100 and above level are automatically granted NARM benefits. Visit the NARM website for more details along with a list of all the partner organizations and their benefits. In most cases benefits include admission to museums and discounts at the gift store. Not a member yet? Want to upgrade? Visit the Membership page to find out how. A Patron membership makes an excellent gift. You will be supporting the Fife Historical Society and providing access to hundreds of other institutions.
The Fife History Museum and Cultural Center is located in the former home of Louis Dacca, a member of the original Fife City Council. The Dacca home and the adjacent portion of land the family once farmed were acquired by the City of Fife in 2000. This farmland is now the site of Dacca Park, and the home has been renovated to serve as the history museum, where the exhibits change on a regular basis.
~Museum admission is always free!~
Stop by the museum and view our new exhibits: Updated General Store, Gas & Service Stations, KMO Radio, the Post Office and much more.