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The Chelan County Historical Society, a 501(c )(3) nonprofit organization that operates the Cashmere Museum & Pioneer Village, began in 1955 as a collaborative effort between local collector Willis Carey and local businesses, led by John McDonald and the Cashmere Chamber of Commerce. Developed by, for, and in conjunction with the community, the Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village seeks to engage, educate, and entertain visitors both local and international



To collect and preserve the natural and cultural history of our local region.


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Developed by, for, and in conjunction with the community, the Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village seeks to engage, educate, and entertain visitors both local and international.  Hundreds of volunteers have worked thousands of hours to make this possible, growing the Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village into a must-see museum in Central Washington.  The building is now over 13,000 square feet, with two floors of thoughtfully curated Native American objects, Pioneer artifacts, geological specimens, taxidermy, and ornithology.   The cabins in the Pioneer Village are furnished with antiques from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.