755 Myra Road, Walla Walla, WA 99362

Pioneer Settlement

Horse Era Agriculture

Military Exhibits

 

EDUCATION

 

Fort Walla Walla Museum is a place for people of all ages to learn about and appreciate their heritage. Exhibits interpret and explain the region’s history while special events, classes, living history presentations, outreach programs, and publications also illuminate the past.

 

The Museum strives especially to awaken children’s interest in history with the story of Walla Walla — who its people were, how they lived, and what transpired — through hands-on stations, free school tours, summer camps, a play fort, and other activities.

 

For college students, occasional paid and non-paid internships in museum studies, collections management, design installation, and archaeology are available.

Each year, hundreds of students learn to appreciate history through the Museum's free school tours.

Award-Winning Publications

An Illustrated History of Fort Walla Walla

Soldiers, Pioneers & Indian People

Free School Tours

Led by story-telling docents, a chance to discover history in all its color and details.

Kids Camps

Learning history by experience, from packing a horse to churning butter.

Phone (509) 525-7703

Email: info@fortwallawallamuseum.org

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