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Richland, Washington
Art
Richland, Washington
The B Reactor Museum Association is working to preserve as a museum the Hanford B. Reactor, the first full-scale nuclear reactor in the world, located on the Hanford Site 40 miles north of Richland.
Pasco, Washington
Art
Beaux Arts has closed and is no longer in business.
Richland, Washington
History, Science, Specialized
CREHST Museum tells the story of the Manhattan Project, Hanford, and the development of nuclear technology. It also describes the geology, history, habitat and culture of the Columbia Basin.
Richland, Washington
Kennewick, Washington
Historical Society
The East Benton County Museum houses exhibits depicting early pioneer life in East Benton County. The research library contains thousands of photographs and has an alphabetical index of obituaries.
Pasco, Washington
Historical Society
Housed in a a 1911 Carnegie Library, the Franklin County Historical Museum tells the story of the settlement of Franklin County through exhibits of photos and artifacts, beginning with American Indians, explorers, fur traders, railroading and early cattle
Pasco, Washington
History
Richland, Washington
Children's
Pasco, Washington
Historical Society
Preserving the history of railroads and railroading in the State of Washington. The museum operates from the Tacoma Avenue address with an additional display of rolling stock at the Port of Pasco. Maps for finding both locations and a more detailed organ