This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Washington.
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Black Diamond Museum
Restored railroad depot displaying artifacts. Provides background history and pictures of the exhibits.
Kittitas County Historical Museum
Non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving artifacts of the region. Includes a directory of staff members and volunteers, events, hours, a list of members, a membership form, and volunteer opportunities. Located in Ellensburg.
The Lewis County Historical Museum
Depicts the early settlements and pioneer life in the area, one of the first areas settled in the region and the oldest county in Washington State.
Washington State History Museum
Explore the museum's Hall of Washington History and discover a new view of the past, from frontier towns to modern technology. Includes events, programs, membership details, and publications. Located in Tacoma.
Whatcom Museum of History and Art
Dedicated to the collection, preservation, exhibition and interpretation of this region's art and cultural history. Includes information about tours, research grants, collections, a gift shop, and employment opportunities. Located in Bellingham.
Yakima Valley Museum
Offers displays focusing on natural history, Native American culture, early pioneer life, and the roots and development of the Valley's fruit industry. Includes events, memberships, programs, hours, tours, and directions.
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