AAA Editor Notes
Upper Valley Museum at Leavenworth is e. of downtown via Commercial St., then s. to 347 Division St. The permanent exhibit chronicles the history of the Upper Wenatchee Valley. Subjects include Native Americans, early settlers, fruit growing, the Great Northern Railway, logging, mining and the town's adoption of a Bavarian theme. Changing exhibits showcase local historical artifacts and events.
Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.