Welcome to Fort Walla Walla Museum
Located on the grounds of a 19th-century military fort, Fort Walla Walla Museum provides an exciting and educational experience for the whole family. The Museum features a 17-building historic pioneer settlement, beautiful gardens, and five sprawling exhibit halls housing thousands of artifacts. The Entrance Building and Galleries feature dynamic exhibits, artifacts, and an admission-free Museum Store filled with books, heritage gifts, traditional crafts, old- fashioned toys and gourmet foods. There are special programs and events held on the Museum grounds all year, so there is always something new happening at the old fort.
Five exhibit halls showcase the history of the Walla Walla Valley, including Lewis and Clark's journey through the region, a history of Fort Walla Walla, the Lloyd family's Indian artifact collection, horse-era agriculture, transportation, textiles, a rotating special exhibit and more. The outdoor Pioneer Village features fully furnished period buildings and is open from March through October. Click on the photo to explore our current exhibits.