Great gift shop and displays. Archeologist took our son upstairs to show him fossils, etc. Great fun!!!
If you want to learn massive amounts of history with physical objects and items that help you build mental pictures this place is the place to go! It is great for all ages, I have been going since I was 3 and I'm almost 17 and still enjoy it! They add things, change it up, and sometimes they have reenactments... More
This museum is open almost every day of the year. It is very interesting because it contains historic buildings that you can visit and see how people lived. The museum this trip contained an excellent Civil War exhibit. The West usually doesn't have great artifacts. This museum took a look at the Officers in the Civil War that served in... More
The Fort Walla Walla Museum was a real surprise! The Civil War historical artifacts were interesting and complete. But the real dazzler was the early farming equipment displays in the annex buildings. The little pioneer village cottages were very complete and authentic too.
We visited Washington & Oregon in part to familiarise ourselves with the Plateau Indians as opposed to the more well known Plains Indians. Research indicated good museums to see were; The Wanapum Cultural Heritage Museum near Vantage, which covers the Wanapum Indians who never signed a peace treaty. This is small but very well put together, viewed from an Indian... More
Unexpected display of early farming equipment and audio visuals of historic farming practices. Also has a pioneer settlement with living history programs. As expected, there are historic photos and artifacts of the fort's soldiers, area pioneers, and area native americans. Some gems you can easily miss: 1) nature trail through walnut trees - rest a bit on some shaded benches,... More
Fort Walla Walla has a good variety of exhibits that provide excellent visuals of pioneer life and the agricultural history of Eqstern Washington. Great experience for families and elementary school classrooms.
See the pioneer village, meet the early settlers through reenactment, excellent displays, have camps for youth to experience history. This fort walla walla has it all---something for all ages. You can visit this place over and over and see something new each time.
The Fort Walla Walla Museum is a wonderful "walk" through Walla Walla history. There is so much more to Walla Walla than the wineries. Walla Walla has a rich history that has contributed to it becoming the amazing little city that it is today. Visit the Fort for a relaxing adventure through time. You will undoubtedly learn something new and... More
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