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OPEN DAILY: April 1 through October 30
HOURS: Monday through Saturday 10am until 4pm; 
Sunday Noon until 4pm
GROUP TOURS: Available year-round by advanced reservation


To collect and preserve the history, both natural and human, of the local region for education,
research and public viewing in an informative, exciting and secure manner.

The Chelan County Historical Society, a 501(c )(3) nonprofit organization, was formed in 1959 with the purpose of collecting, displaying, and preserving local and regional history. This organization owns and operates the Cashmere Museum & Pioneer Village. Funding sources include donations, admission fees, gift shop sales, memberships to the society, and grants.

Funding for the operation of the museum is supported by many wonderful members and volunteers. The Friends of Old Mission is a group of volunteers who are dedicated to helping and supporting the museum.

The museum offers a fun and educational treasure hunt for children, and a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy learning about the local and regional area. This exceptional, world class community-owned facility, ranks among the nation's finest museums. It is recognized, supported and nurtured as an extraordinary community treasure. Over 8,500 visitors from 46 states, Washington D.C. and 36 countries toured the museum during the 2016 season for example

The Cashmere Museum also offers tourist information about the local area. Find out what our area has to offer!

Audio Tour-
Cashmere Museum offers an Audio Tour which adds a whole new dimension to the museum experience for a $2 nominal rental fee. Detailed insight is provided about the many indoor exhibits as well as the cabins in the Pioneer Village almost 100 points of interest are covered in the Audio Tour.

Get the ultimate museum experience by requesting the Audio Tour at the reception desk.

VISITOR INFO page for Museum hours and admission information.

600 Cotlets Way, PO Box 22
Cashmere, WA 98815
Email: info@cashmeremuseum.org

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