The museum depicts pioneer life in north central Washington through exhibits, demonstrations, and cultural programs. Special exhibits include "Mainstreet Wenatchee," "The River Sings," an operating model of the Great Northern Railway, a fully operational 1919 Wurlitzer pipe organ and changing exhibits in the art gallery. Other displays depict natural history and the cultural heritage of the Wenatchee Band of the Colville Confederated Tribes.
Another exhibit interprets the archaeological heritage of the region, including the Clovis discovery, possibly the earliest human habitation in the state.
This is just one of the many Historical Museums located throughout Washington.