White River Valley Museum

White River Valley Museum

Exploring the extraordinary history of ordinary people with exhibits on Pioneer life, the Muckleshoot tribe, Japanese Immigration and much more!

About the Museum

The White River Valley Museum provides an exciting and educational experience for visitors with award-winning exhibits and programs on regional cultures, arts and history. The Museum's exhibits include a real settler cabin, a Muckleshoot canoe and a caboose guests can walk through. The Museum hosts over 3,500 students annually for fieldtrips, offers private groups tours and presents a variety of lectures, events and family programs.

Location

White River Valley Museum
918 H Street Southeast, Auburn, WA 98002, USA

Admission

$5 adults $3 child/ senior (children 2 and under free).
Museum Members are always Free.
First Thursdays & Third Sundays are Free for All!