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On the WA leg of our 4 week USA trip we pulled off the Freeway have a poke around and found this place.
A gem of a retro museum crammed full of recent western American history. Great family stories. Respectful tributes to people who have...More
This museum is so special to me as I find the history of my ancestors here. It is literally packed with area historic memorabilia. Definitely not wheel chair accessible or little kid friendly. Not just a picture if the local flora and fauna type place,...More
What we enjoyed most about the Presby Museum was the enthusiasm of the local docents. The museum itself is chock full of Presby and Goldendale memorabilia and they've done a nice job of preserving and displaying it, but other than the ball and chain gang...More
The museum is situated in an old home that has been refurbished into a museum full of very interesting information. The local volunteers are very helpful in answering questions. The ground are beautiful and well maintained. Go early as the top floor is unbearably hot...More
The Presby Museum is located in the historic home of the Presby's. I believe Mr. Pesby was a lawyer back in his day.
The house is a beautiful building with a wrap around porch. The inside is decorated with period pieces. The kitchen is full...More
Visiting our granddaughter we were on our way to the city park when she insisted we stop and see the museum. She had toured it with her school and found it so interesting she wanted us to see it, along with her cousin who was...More
This home is furnished with period appropriate items and the displays are all well organized. Docents are available to answer questions, although the tour through the house is self-guided with good informational signs. There are exhibits upstairs that are are not related to the home...More
The other reviewers, Wendy, Tom and surfersully 13 have said it all ! An amazing collection of donations that give you a feeling of how people lived in the 1800's. Don't miss it if you are in the area!