Cashmere Museum & Pioneer Village

600 Cotlets Way
Cashmere, WA 98815- Map It
(509) 782-3230
Save 15% on admission.

AAA Editor Notes

Cashmere Museum & Pioneer Village is just off US 2 at 600 Cotlets Way. This museum re-creates the history of the Columbia River Indians before the arrival of white settlers; its collection of artifacts is considered among the best in the Northwest. The village comprises 20 authentic pioneer structures, including a smithy, assay office, school, hotel, general store, saddle shop, doctor and dentist office, saloon, jail and post office. Also on display is a Great Northern Railway caboose, ticket office and section house. A working water wheel is on the bank of the Wenatchee River. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$7; $6 (ages 62+); $4.50 (ages 6-17); free (ages 0-5 and active military with ID).
AAA Benefit:
Save 15% on admission and discover the history of the Columbia River's Native American cultures and explore more than 20 authentic pioneer structures and a working water wheel. Open April through October. Contact the Museum for 2016 opening date.
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-4, Sun. noon-4, Apr.-Oct.