This historic museum provides a wonderful collection of old pictures, tools, farm equipment, rocks, Wanapum and Sinkiuse Indian artifacts, cowboy paraphernalia, clothing, documents and household funishings from the homestead era.
Part of the museum is a 30-building village comprising authentic and reconstructed units. Included are a saloon, dress shop, bank, school, printing office, barber shop, blacksmith shop, livery stable, and the Village's own camera shop which houses over 300 vintage cameras.
Hours are Monday to Saturday 10 to 5 except closed Wednesday, Sunday 1-4.
This is just one of the many Historical Museums located throughout Washington.