A walk thru the past ...

Grant County Historical Museum offers guided tours until 4PM

Travel & Leisure Posted on Apr 25, 2019
OPENING DAY May 4th, 2019, this historic museum provides an amazing experience for young and old with a collection of old photos, tools, farm equipment, rocks, Wanapum, and Sinkiuse Indian artifacts, cowboy paraphernalia, clothing, documents, and household furnishings from the homestead era.

Situated on 3.5 acres, a complex of 38 buildings preserving the historical legacy of Grant County awaits you. Authentic and reconstructed units include a saloon, dress shop, school, printing office, barber shop, blacksmith shop, livery stable, and the Village's own camera shop which houses over 300 vintage cameras.

The museum offers guided tours until 4pm to enhance the experience and answer any questions you may have. A great outing with your kids and/or grandchildren!

Open Daily 10AM to 5PM Closed Wednesday. Sunday 1PM to 4PM. The museum is open through September.

Located at 742 Basin Street NW, Ephrata, WA
(509) 754-3334.
Visit http://tourgrantcounty.com