Hanford Reach Interpretive Center (The REACH), 1943 Columbia Park Tr., serves as a gateway to the Columbia Basin region and a visitor and interpretive center for the Hanford Reach National Monument. Interactive exhibits and hands-on programs introduce visitors to Ice Age floods, native tribes, early settlers, construction of the Grand Coulee Dam, the Manhattan Project, Hanford site cleanup and the establishment of the Hanford Reach National Monument.
The 18-acre grounds include sculptures, a short walking trail, a community garden and a display about the history of irrigation.
Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.