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Nail56 wrote a review Oct 2020
Everett, Washington716 contributions188 helpful votes
If you're a guy, or a mechanically-minded female -- not my wife -- you'll love this place. Gear from pioneer days -- full size and, in some cases, operational. Tons of period pix. Interesting design. $10 at the door. Good cause.
Date of experience: October 2020
Sungron wrote a review Sep 2020
Lacey, Washington951 contributions320 helpful votes
The tour started with a movie on the history and a docent's explanation of the operation of an old Columbia River fishing Wheel. There is a variety of exhibits including Native American, Asian, and the world's largest collection of rosaries. I noticed in the Asian section that a statue mislabeled Buddha was actually Hotei, the god of good luck and happiness. All in all, a nice place to stop over…
Date of experience: September 2020
Sharon H wrote a review Jul 2020
Iowa7 contributions1 helpful vote
We visited on a cloudy day and enjoyed learning about the history of the area. Displays are well done, videos informative.
Date of experience: June 2020
Mary K wrote a review Dec 2019
81 contributions5 helpful votes
This was a fun stop between waterfalls. Perfect for my preschoolers and easy to see the whole thing in a short time.
Date of experience: November 2019
joesphb398 wrote a review Nov 2019
Phoenix, Arizona56 contributions2 helpful votes
I took a antique car club touring group to the Interpretive center. We had to pry people away after about 2 hours. I love the logging equipment inside and outside, and the Columbia River Indian displays and early settler replica were great. The tree trunk outside 20 feet in diameter.…
Date of experience: April 2019