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The Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and Technology is a museum and a science center created to tell the dynamic story of the Columbia Basin and surrounding region. This facility features a variety of two- and three- dimensional exhibits and displays. Visitors will be entertained with interactive, hands-on displays and activities.

From primitive irrigation systems to the development and use of robotics, you will enjoy a fascinating journey through the unique Columbia Basin region. In one afternoon you can:

  • Explore the trails of Lewis and Clark
  • Discover the unique history and geology of the Columbia River
  • Experience the new exhibit "Connections", which shows technology developed at Hanford and how it is benefiting many areas of life
  • Follow the history of the Hanford area from the town of White Bluffs through the Manhattan Project
  • Explore hydroelectric power and Hanford Reach history.

Hours:10 am to 5 pm Monday-Saturday, Noon to 5 pm Sunday. Closed major holidays.

Location: 95 Lee Blvd, Richland Washington 99352 Telephone 509-943-9000 Toll Free: 877-789-9935 Fax 509-943-1770

Other Science nearby:
(Richland) CREHST Museum
(Walla Walla) Umatilla National Forest

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