A two-story, 65,000 square foot facility in Franklin Park, the Yakima Valley Museum features historical exhibits on the Yakima Valley. Within this museum, you will find over 38,000 objects, including a collection of horse-drawn vehicles, a historical exhibit and reconstruction of the Washington, D.C. office of former Yakima resident and environmentalist, Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, the Sundquist Research Library, an extensive collection of American Indian art, crafts and artifacts, a functioning replica of a late 1930s Art Deco soda fountain, orchard equipment, artwork by regional artists, and the Children’s Underground, a 2,500 foot interactive learning center offering educational activities and programs for children ages 5 to 15.
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