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The Echo Museum is located in a Beaux Arts style building, which is itself a work of art, with marble floors and counters and wrought iron tellers' cages unaltered since construction in 1920. The one-time bank, with its marble exterior and wrought iron accents, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The museum houses a variety of relics from pioneer tools, and farm implements to newspapers, historic photographs, and large collection of Native Americans artifacts.

Admission is free.

Location: 230 W Main St, Echo Oregon 97826 Telephone 541-376-8150

Other History nearby:
(Prosser) Benton County Historical Museum
(Echo) Chinese House Railroad Museum
(Pendleton) Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla
(Kennewick) East Benton County Historical Museum
(Echo) Echo Historical Museum
(Echo) Echo Hotel Restaurant & Lounge

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08/20 Coming to The Echo area