755 Myra Road, Walla Walla, WA 99362

Pioneer Settlement

Horse Era Agriculture

Military Exhibits



Horse-era agricultural equipment, circa 1859-1930s.

Pictures from the Plateau

Over 70 original beadwork items ranging from 1890 to 1920

Lloyd Family

Indian artifacts representing a friendship between a pioneer family and their Indian neighbors.

Military Exhibits

Uniforms, insignia, accouterments, and weapons, 1850s to World War I.

Early Textiles

From Civil War era dresses to a hat collection spanning 100 years.


Including a Concord Coach shipped here in 1861 by way of Cape Horn.

Pioneer village

Pioneer Village including 15 original buildings from within 30 miles of Walla Walla.





Explore Fort Walla Walla Museum’s permanent and rotating exhibits drawn from a collection of more than 45,000 artifacts, documents, and photographs.

Pioneer girls would have learned how to spin thread from sheep's wool starting at about the age of six.


Phone (509) 525-7703

Email: info@fortwallawallamuseum.org

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