CARW educates, organizes, and mobilizes white people to show up powerfully for racial justice and collective liberation.
Job Carr Cabin Museum is bringing Tacoma's birthplace to life through interactive learning for elementary students and our community.
Eastside Heritage Center (EHC) is committed to preserving the past as it builds community and connects people with their heritage.
Visitors will learn of the arrival of European-American homesteaders, dry land ranching, early day community life, horse and buggy culture, antique firearms, and the profound impact of both the Northern Pacific Railway and the United States Reclamation Act.
American, Native American, Settler
A museum that collects, preserves, and displays items related to Kittitas County history
The Mukilteo Historical Society is committed to preserving the Mukilteo Light Station and the history of Mukilteo. The Mukilteo Historical Society assists the U.S. Coast Guard and the City of Mukilteo in the preservation, maintenance and accessibility of the light station for all to enjoy.
The Okanogan County Historical Society (OCHS) was formed in 1963 to preserve and disseminate the colorful heritage of Okanogan County in North Central Washington State.
We promote local heritage through education, preservation, and advocacy.
We discover, preserve, and display materials which help to establish, illustrate, and interpret the economic, social, and cultural heritage of our area.
The Marysville Historical Society is dedicated to the discovery, preservation, and displaying items relating to the history of the Greater Marysville, Washington area. The true value of history lies in what it tells us about the world in which we live. What greater gift can we give to future generations than a special place to preserve the past for the greater good!
Special Events – please call the museum for details:
•Annual Spring Tea and Silent Auction – Sunday, April 26, 2020
•Gehl Home – Open most weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day
•Strawberry Festival – June
•Home Grown Festival – August
•Merrysville for the Holidays – December
•Christmas Potluck – December
Native American, Settler
The Chelan Museum is operated by the Lake Chelan Historical Society as a historical and cultural center for the Lake Chelan Valley.
The Greater Kent Historical Society (GKHS) is a nonprofit organization in the state of Washington that promotes the discovery, preservation and dissemination of knowledge about the history of the greater Kent area.
Native American, Settler
The Ferry County Historical Society is a nonprofit organization (501(3)(c)) which places its primary emphasis on preserving & exhibiting artifacts related to the rich history of Ferry County.
The Enumclaw History Museum is located at 1837 Marion St, in Enumclaw in a building that was originally built in 1909 as the Enumclaw Masonic Hall. The building was listed on the "Washington Heritage Register" in 2003. The museum features displays of items and photographs of the people, places and history from the late 1800's to the present, and includes a collection of over 1300 historic local photographs. The photos are indexed and are in albums available for viewing, and you may also purchase prints. There are many records of births, deaths, weddings, and business and family histories that have been catalogued and which visitors are welcome to view.
Founded in 1976, the Duvall Historical Society works to preserve the heritage of Duvall and the surrounding region. It publishes books on this subject and sponsors regular programs open to the general public.
The purposes of the Des Moines Historical Society include the discovery, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge about the history of the greater Des Moines area of Southern King County, State of Washington.
The Dayton Historical Depot Society is charged with maintaining two unique museums, as well as the Newland/Pioneer Cemetery.
The Adams County Historical Society is a non-profit organization that was established in 1952 to celebrate the history of Adams County and its communities, protect the county’s artifacts, explain the history of Adams County as well as the towns and cities located within its boundaries and provide access to research assistance to genealogists and historians.
Located in the historic 1912 Northern Pacific Railway depot the museum offers interesting displays depicting the early settlements and pioneer life in Lewis County, the oldest county in Washington State. Explore exhibits reflecting the area’s logging and rail history as well as a children’s hands-on area.
Native American, Settler
We exist as an educational, non-profit group to encourage and support this stimulation and advancement of public knowledge and awareness of the historical, social and cultural significance and heritage of the Lewis and Clark Trail within Washington state.