Museum Closed December 2010 and removed from park September 2012. Equipment and artifacts moved to other Museums.
A collection of Camp Fire memorabilia including uniforms, awards, pictures, scrapbooks, early crafts. All articles are donated by Camp Fire alumni or their families. Displays show Camp Fire's 85 years as a youth organization in the Puget Sound.
On the grounds of the Locks are the Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Gardens. When the Locks were being constructed, the Corps of Engineers hired botanist Carl English to transform the gravel dug up from the Locks' construction into an English style botanical garden. For 43 years, Mr. English labored on the seven acres of the Gardens. The results of his work are one of Seattle's beauty secrets. Most of the Gardens consist of lovely landscaping on slopes overlooking the Locks.
Cle Elum, Washington
South Cle Elum, Washington
Archaeology, History, Specialized
The Cascade Rail Foundation began as The Friends of the South Cle Elum Depot in 1999. Our mission was to help to preserve this historic site and work with State Parks to develop it into a place were the public could come to see and learn of the history of the Milwaukee Railroad. We are located on the John Wayne Trail, the original rail bed of the Milwaukee Railroad. The trail is just over 110 miles in length and is a Washington State Park. Our site specifically consists of twelve acres.
The mission of CCRH is to promote the study of the history of the Columbia River Basin. CCRH is dedicated to examining the hidden histories of the Basin and to helping people think about the historical record from different perspectives through creative public history products and direct engagement with Columbia River Basin communities.
Union Gap, Washington
History, Science, Specialized
The museum is located within Fullbright Park of Union Gap, Washington, at the base of Ahtanum Ridge. It's park like surroundings are home to multitudes of horse drawn and early mechanical farm machinery and equipment, farmsteads, the Magness Room displaying over 3,000 antique hand tools, the steam engine used to power the Old Naches sawmill, a collection of bells from the valley schools, a working sawmill, blacksmith shop, apple packing line and the home of the Lindeman Tractor.
History, Historic House, Historical Society
The CVHS's mission is to maintain an association interested in the preservation of history for the lower Chehalis River Valley (eastern Grays Harbor).
The three acre facility includes 20 original and furnished pioneer structures. The Museum building displays Native American, pioneer, natural history & mineral exhibits. Museum Store and Village Café.
History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Cheney Historical Museum presents our local history from the time of the first white settlers around 1869 through the growth and development or our region. We have a diverse collection of photos and artifacts of pioneer home life, schools, early farming, the tools of building our communities, and a look at the people and businesses that shaped our towns.
Our collection of photographs and archive materials helps researchers of family and regional history.
Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Library
A single room of interesting artifacts, displayed at the Chewelah Fun Fair in the summer of 1965 was the beginning of the present spacious museum. The exhibit drew so much interest it was decided to add to it the following year and the idea mushroomed. Walt Goodman and his niece, Dorothy, both interested in local history and historical artifacts, they pooled their ideas to create what became the present museum.
For example, the Museum has a number of themed hands-on exhibits encouraging children to use their imaginations. Changed several times each year to keep the areas fresh, children are invited to play, interact, imagine and learn. The Museum is a unique place of discovery providing a full, rich and memorable play experience for children and their parents.
The Children's Museum of Tacoma provides the community with opportunities for children to learn and grow. Serving many ages, museum exhibits and programs bring families closer together through play, creation and imagination. Unique, hands-on exhibits create a place to explore and dream. Children will test independence and gain self-confidence through the arts, sciences and creative play. Come play!