1021 Main Street
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: (208) 743-0899
Fax: (208) 717-0136
Arts & Museums
This historic mansion was built in the late 19th Century for William and Isabelle Kirkman. Now, the mansion houses a museum telling the Kirkman's story of how they became prominent figures in the American West. The museum also hosts exhibitions about the general history of the Walla Walla region.
Fort Walla Walla Museum was created to preserve local history where you can view persevered historic buildings and see interesting exhibits. Stroll along the 17-building pioneer settlement and see what life was like in the 1880s. Visit the exhibit galleries and admire the unique regional artifacts and photographs. Make sure you bring your walking shoes, most of the museum is outdoors.
At a small distance to the west of Walla Walla in the U.S. State of Washington lies the Whitman Mission National Historic Site. The site originated and was established in the year 1836. It was erected in the name of the Whitman National Monument. The site has been founded to commemorate the lives and efforts of the Whitmans and their challenges. The site stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places.