SE 69th Pl, SnoqualmieThe Hydroelectric Museum’s exhibits are housed in Puget Sound Energy’s historic Carpenter Shop and Train Depot, which chronicle Charles H.Baker’s 1898-1899 development of the worlds first underground power station.
Seattle, WA, South Lake Union ParkThe Museum tells Seattle’s story through thousands of rare objects and historic images. Cutting edge hands-on interactive experiences make history come alive for all ages through the unforgettable stories of the men and women who built Seattle.
31523 Northeast 40th,, King County, WAThe Hjertoos Farm was developed by a Norwegian family that arrived in the lower Snoqualmie Valley in the 1880s. In 1905, Bergette and Andrew Hjertoos began construction on a two-story, wood frame farmhouse to replace the earlier structures.
38625 SE King Street, SnoqualmieHistoric train cars in downtown Snoqualmie, exhibits in the classic Victorian railroad station and train rides show the history of railroads and logging in the Snoqualmie Valley.
221 E 1st St, Cle ElumPut down your smart phone for a moment and get smart about phones! The oldest complete telephone museum west of the Mississippi covers the history of telephone technology from 1876 to 1970. According to the Northern Kittitas County Historical Society, Cle Elum was one of the last cities in the country to use a...
801 Milwaukee Road, South Cle Elum, WA, Lake Easton State ParkThe Depot and adjacent rail yard house exhibits showcasing remnants of the Milwaukee Road. This railroad stretched from Chicago to the Puget Sound. In 1909, the railroad established the rail yard in South Cle Elum as a place where crews changed and locomotives were added or removed from trains. The Depot’s exhibit area is...
416 N Pearl St, Ellensburg, WA, Downtown EllensburgThe Clymer Museum & Gallery was established to honor our native son, John Ford Clymer. Clymer, a famous western artist, was born and raised in Ellensburg. The museum hosts the largest public collection of Clymer works as well as works of other artists.
114 E 3rd Ave, Ellensburg, WA, Downtown EllensburgA variety of displays and interesting heritage about local farming, Native Americans, local pioneers, technology and agricultural all within the historic Cadwell building.