Cashmere Museum & Pioneer Village

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Facility:Cashmere Museum & Pioneer Village
Description:The Museum embraces a wonderful collection of Pioneer and Native American history. Basketry, beadwork, jewelry and other work showcase the artistry and craftsmanship of the local Wenatchi Indians including Celia Ann Dick and Chief John Harmelt, among others of the local region. Some of the exhibits include hunting and fishing artifacts, a sweat lodge, native food and medicine items, an exhibit about the Hudson Bay Company, and a Meso-American collection. In the lower level of the museum they have a beautiful collection of local Pioneer history, including tools, mining, veterinary equipment, boy scout memorabilia and dioramas depicting the lifestyles of the early settlers of the area, including a trappers cabin.
Dioramas in the natural history wing depict the landscape, plants and animals of the local sub-alpine forest, lowland woods, steppe desert and wetlands during the four seasons.
There are also some wonderful examples of petrified wood, precious and semi-precious stones from North Central Washington and mineral specimens from all over the world!
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Address 1:600 Cotlets Way
Address 2:
City:Cashmere
State/Province:WA
Zip Code:98815
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Hours:9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. everyday from March 1st to October 31st.
10:30A.M. to 3:30P.M. Friday, Saturday and Sundays until mid December.
Admission:Adults-$5.00
Seniors- (over 62) & Students(12-18)-$4.00
Child-$3.00 & under 6 are free.

New tour prices are $4.50-Adults, $3.50-Seniors & Students;
Child(6-12) $2.50; and under 6 free.
Telephone:(509) 782-3230
Website:Visit Website
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