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There are so many talented artists in our area. You will enjoy the different presentations of beautiful artwork and can ask questions and be answered by knowledgeable art lovers It is a relaxing, beautiful, banquet of accomplishments you will enjoy.
The place is very open and has plenty of room to walk about and is easy for wheelchair bound individuals to move around. Artifacts are displayed well with informative plaques. They have sound effects throughout making it more immersive. Could use some great dioramas of...More
We read good reviews for this attraction, but had no idea that it was so good. Starting with the introductory movie, we spent a number of hours learning and enjoying. It is a big building with lots to see about Native tribes and those they...More
I thoroughly enjoyed this museum, a gorgeous modern building offering visitors true stories of the native peoples of the area. It was the perfect antidote to the Ft. Walla Walla Museum I had visited the previous day, which was all about the great white man...More
Tamastslikt is on the grounds of the Wild Horse Resort and Casino just east of Pendleton. The Cultural Institute is in a beautifully designed building and tells the history of the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla tribes through a powerful permanent display. Multi-media displays, hands-on...More
Amazing changing exhibits and very nice fixed attractions. There is a lovely cafe specializing in Huckleberry delights. The first Friday of each month admission is free, so you have everything to gain.