Fort Walla Walla Museum
755 Myra Road
Walla Walla, WA 99362
On the lower grounds, the Pioneer Settlement is a collection of 16 original and replica structures dating from 1859 to the turn of the century. On the upper grounds are 5 exhibit halls with permanent and changing exhibits. Exhibits include over 34,000 artifacts that tell the story of the settlement of the Pacific Northwest from the time of the Lewis and Clark expedition through the final days of horse-drawn agriculture.
The museum is situated on 15 acres of original property from the third U.S. Military Fort Walla Walla and is adjacent to a national historic cemetery of soldiers killed during regional Indian wars.
Adults $8.00, Seniors 62 & Over $7.00
Children ages 6-12 $3.00, Children under 6 are free
Group Tours (pre-arranged groups of 10 or more) inquire
Free School Tours (pre-arranged school children & chaperones)
Admission-free school tours are sponsored by
Boise Paper Solutions Wallula Mill
AAA, Time Travelers and Life Balance Discounts Available
Open Daily 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., April 1 - October 31
We're open every day during our season, holidays included!
The following is from the book, Indian Wars by Robert M. Utley and Wilcomb E. Washburn.