Econo Lodge Chehalis - Centralia
122 Interstate Avenue
Chehalis, WA 98532
Phone: (360) 740-5339
Fax: (360) 740-5744
122 Interstate Avenue, Chehalis, WA, US, 98532
- Phone: (360) 740-5339
- Fax: (360) 740-5744
Arts & Museums
This aviation museum is located at the Olympia Airport. On display are more than 20 different aircrafts, most of them vintage. Children are permitted to climb into certain designated aircrafts to experience a pilot's perspective.
Dedicated to preserving and depicting the political and cultural history of Washington, this museum features two floors of exhibits that include interesting temporary exhibits and exhibits on regional Native American history. The gardens that surround the museum have native Northwest plants an ethnobotanical garden is also on site.
The Artist's Gallery features fine contemporary and modern arts by over twenty Washington artists. You will find a wide variety of paintings, drawings, sculpture, functional art, abstract art, jewelry, fine wood crafts, pottery, printmaking, mixed-media and more.
Located near the waterfront, this gallery features a variety of arts & crafts with a focus on the Northwest.
A working studio that promotes the arts. You can visit Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment.
This gallery displays the works of Debra Van Tuinen.
A hands-on 1880's homestead, the Pioneer Farm Museum & Ohop Indian Village allows visitors to experience the first local contact with Europeans through tours and the seasonal Ohop Indian Village.
The celebrated Lewis Army Museum was formerly known as the Fort Lewis Military Museum. The historically significant museum is housed within the Red Shield Inn building. This museum displays exhibits pertaining to the Camp Lewis, Fort Lewis and several units of the Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
The museum offers a glimpse of Aberdeen's early days with period furnishings, photographs, and old firefighting equipment.
This museum recreates the history of sports through visual displays, written descriptions and a narrated video highlighting famous moments in local history. The museum focuses not only on athletes, coaches, and teams, but also on administrators, sponsors, officials, sportswriters and broadcasters, all of whom have contributed to a strong sports heritage.
The Tacoma Metal Arts Center ("TMAC") is an absolutely great resource for anyone interested in learning about metalsmithing or creating and designing jewelry. A number of different classes and workshops are taught here throughout the year. Some of these include Pate de Verre & Electroforming, Chasing and Repousse, Bezel Setting Workshop and Hydraulic Press Workshop. Classes are conducted every weekend.
The LeMay Car Museum is a four story museum housed on nine acres in Tacoma. The museum is home to 350 vehicles, spanning the history of cars in America. A visit to this museum is a car-lovers dream.