Museums & Interpretive Centers

World Kite Museum & Hall of Fame

Presenting the 2500-year-old history of the kite, this unique American museum exists to preserve the kite’s past, to record its present developments and to honor the people dedicated to kites.

Northwest Carriage Museum

History abounds at the Northwest Carriage Museum in Raymond, Washington. Come visit one of the finest collections of 19th Century carriages, buggies, wagons and historical artifacts in the country.

Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center

Perched on a cliff 200 feet above the mouth of the Columbia River, the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center tells the story of the Corps of Discovery’s journey,

Knappton Cove Heritage Center

Historic USPHS Quarantine Station. The Columbia River’s “Ellis Island”, a U.S. Quarantine Station served as one of two major federal quarantine stations north of San Francisco.

Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum

Open 10-4 Wednesdays-Saturdays. Please call 360-642-3446 for detailed schedules. As the pandemic progresses and upon reopening, masks will be required for all visitors
regardless of vaccination status.

Cranberry Museum

See Cranberry Harvest 2nd weekend in October. Self-guided walking tours open year-round.

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