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114 E 3rd Ave, Ellensburg, WA 98926

Ellensburg Blue Agate

Permanent Exhibits

Over 50 samples of Ellensburg Blue Agate are featured in the ongoing Rock and Mineral display, which is the largest collection held by a museum. These beautiful stones range in size, style, and vary from being raw to polished.

The first record of Ellensburg Blue Agates was in March 1905 when Austin Mires, Ellensburg’s first mayor, found a set of stones and sent them to jewelers in Seattle to be set into rings for his wife – and over 100 years later, the beautiful stones continue to fascinate seekers from all across the world.

More to Explore at the Museum

Puget Sound Energy

Permanent Exhibit

The Renewable Energy Center at the Puget Sound Energy Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility provides both a close-up of the wind turbines, solar arrays, and numerous educational displays on wind and solar technology and local natural history and cultural history.

Weaving Circle

March 4, 2024

This event provides a space for weavers to bring their projects and work, share, learn and enjoy. These events are open to the community at large!

Ida Nason Aronica Elementary School

Permanent Exhibit

Throughout the year, we are providing a display at Ida Nason Aronica Elementary School to pay tribute to a wonderful woman and keep the stories and traditions of the K’ti’tas and Pshwánapam bands alive.