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Ellensburg, Washington
Art
Ellensburg, Washington
Children's
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.
Ellensburg, Washington
Art, Culture
Clymer permanent collection and memorabilia are on display in the museum & gallery and six changing exhibits per year are featured.
Ellensburg, Washington
Library
Ellensburg, Washington
Museum is a "grass roots" historical facility, dedicated to the history of Kittitas County.
Ellensburg, Washington
Arboretum
Ellensburg, Washington
Children's, History, Historic House
Historical farm house and cabin. Farm Machinery that is from the late 1800's and early1900's. School House from the early 1900's. The park is primarily interpretation and has a hands on area during tours so that children and adults alike can see how machinery worked back then.
Ellensburg, Washington
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