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KITTITAS COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM, ELLENSBURG, WA

EXHIBITS


The Kittitas County Historical Museum features many exhibits for the public to enjoy, spanning the history of Kittitas County from the distant past to the modern day.


There are six exhibit galleries, with different offerings in each one. Exhibits include early settler life, World War II, local businesses, farming, geological specimens, and much more.

See a full medical display with historic wheel chairs, basins, and other tools.

Experience fun, experience life, experience history - all while visiting the Entry Room at the Kittitas County Historical Museum.

Learn about what's new and currently on view throughout the museum.
From the US Civil War through present, items on display include a 1945 Willy's Jeep, a working WWII airport beacon, uniforms and medals, and more.

As one of the largest rooms in the museum, you will see several collections with amazing items, such as Native American heritage items, gold mining tools, and a rock and mineral collection - just to name a few.
View an antique square grand piano and learn how it made its way from Baltimore, Maryland to Ellensburgh before the railroad was built.

The Car Room is the best place to experience the means of a person's life in history through antique automobiles, agriculture, and home-life.




114 E. 3rd. Ave.
Ellensburg, WA 98926
509.925.3778
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