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Castle Rock Exhibit Hall

The Castle Rock Exhibit Hall and Visitors Center, located in a large white building on Front Avenue, features exhibits that convey the impact of the Mount St. Helens eruption on the area. As a historical museum there are displays on logging and rivers as well as Mount St. Helens. Exhibits include a working replica of a sawmill and a steam tractor. Other exhibits include logging equipment and historical photographs.

Open 9 to 6 daily. Admission is free, donations accepted. Sponsored by Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce.

This is just one of the many Historical Museums located throughout Washington.

Location: 147 Front Ave, Castle Rock Washington 98611 Telephone 360-274-6603

Other History nearby:
(Astoria)
Astoria Column
(Castle Rock)
Castle Rock Exhibit Hall
(Columbia City)
Charles Green Caples House Museum
(Chehalis)
Chehalis Downtown Historic District
(Chehalis)
Claquato Church
(Astoria)
Clatsop County Heritage Museum


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