Trimble House is on the n.e. corner of Southwest Tr./SR 195 and Washington St. in Historic Washington State Park. Built in 1847 as the home of Probate Court Judge John D. Trimble, the house interprets the lives of four generations of the Trimble family, the only family to occupy the dwelling.
Admission to park free. Tour site tickets $9; $5 (ages 6-12). Surrey ride $8; $4 (ages 6-12). Sampler tour (choice of two buildings) $6; $3 (ages 6-12). Tickets must be purchased from the visitor center. Pricing may vary with special events.
Hours: Park open daily 8-5. Buildings are closed daily noon-12:30. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.