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The Museum is open to the public Tuesday – Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information about visiting the Museum, call our Guest Services staff at 509-888-6240.

From our Blog/STories

Fred Collins: Premier Shoe Shiner – 2/23/2024

Written by Chris Rader Few people, living or dead, could compete with Wenatchee’s Fred Collins at shining shoes. He asserted…

Neomah Scharps

Neomah Scharps: Arts and Civic Volunteer – 2/15/24

Written by Chris Rader From a simple beginning in the segregated city of Little Rock, Arkansas during the Great Depression…

Mary Posey: Leavenworth Pioneer – 02/09/24

Written by Chris Rader Leavenworth in the 1890s was a growing railroad town with a few hundred residents. At least…

Historical Fiction Workshop

Navigating Untold Stories: A Historical Fiction Workshop – 1/19/2024

Learn how to write with Wenatchee Valley College instructor Zach Eddy The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center has partnered…

Curiosities from the Museum: Calf Weaner – 1/9/2024

Written by Collections Manager Anna Spencer Over the years at the Wenatchee Valley Museum, there have been some odd and…

Create Artistic Stencils with Lindsay Breidenthal – 1/6/2023

Refine your art style with local artist Lindsay Breidenthal at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. On Thursday, Jan….

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Ready to begin planning the wedding of your dreams? Contact us today to schedule a personal tour at the historic Wells House. Let us show you why couples choose us to host their most important day—and how we can make yours truly extraordinary.Since the mid-20th century, the Wells House has been THE prime destination for weddings, bridal showers, anniversaries, and more. This historic home includes a luxurious vintage bridal parlor, stunning glasswork, and breathtaking gardens for when you say "I do."You can learn more about our facility rental rates here: will also be at the 2024 NCW Bridal Premiere at Town Toyota Center on Saturday, Feb. 24, between 9AM to 3PM. ... See MoreSee Less
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Do you have unused or extra LEGOs lying around? Bring them to us! We're working with our friends at the Nicholas H. Vitulli Memorial Fund to collect LEGO donations for Nick's Bricks. Donations will be used to fill free take-and-make kits that help ensure that all children on our community have access to this classic imagination building toy. Donations can be dropped off at the front desk of the Museum during open hours. 👷‍♂️And be sure to save the date for Nick's Bricks: Saturday, April 6th! More details will come soon..Questions? Please contact Jessica Adams, our Director of Development, at or call 509-888-6240. ... See MoreSee Less
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