906 East First Street
Cle Elum, WA 98922
Phone: (509) 674-2380
Fax: (509) 674-7099
Arts & Museums
Founded in 1982, this gallery is owned and operated by husband and wife duo John and Betsy McDarment. They showcase original art and prints for sale by selected artists from the North Central Washington area. You are invited to browse the gallery, to meet the artists, and to view their art.
Explore North Central Washington's heritage from the Ice Age to the present day in this historic, landmark facility. Discover the rich diversity of the region's arts, sciences and people through exhibits and programs. Visit the Museum store for unique gifts, books and keepsakes.
This museums is home to many exhibits about the history of the Yakima Valley. Exhibits range from the history of Native Americans in the area, to three centuries of clothing and costumes, cars and even the prehistoric history of the land.
Since being established in 1949, the Larson Gallery has continually maintained exhibits which display works from artists throughout the United States. Lectures, demonstrations, and workshops are offered. The Larson Gallery is located on the Yakima Valley Community College campus.
This museum was founded in 1957, with the goal of teaching people about the history of the railway in the Pacific Northwest. The museum's collection features many different locomotives from the 1880s all the way through the 1960s. The museum also runs a heritage railway so visitors can ride on a real, antique rail car.