755 Myra Road
Walla Walla, WA 99362
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Soldiers, pioneers & Indian people, Fort Walla Walla Museum tells stories of the people of the region. From the days of Lewis & Clark through the military heritage of the 19th century, horse-powered agriculture era and the region's participation in World War II, history comes alive in a 17-building pioneer settlement, new Entry Hall & Exhibit Galleries, four spacious exhibit halls, and Headquarters’ Art Gallery & Research Library.
Fort Walla Walla Museum's new Entry Hall & Exhibit Galleries features our Annual Heritage Quilt Show, new military exhibits, a new Lewis & Clark diorama, a major exhibit through IMLS entitled Through War and Peace: American Military and the People of the Homeland Tribes, new expanded Museum Store, and much, much more. Living History programs at 2:00 pm each Sunday. Free to visitors bearing the Smithsonian Museum Day coupon on September 29, otherwise $7/adults; $6/seniors (62+) & students; $3/children 6-12; FREE/kids under 6.
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