This is such a cute little town, there is nothing that you can do that would be wrong. This museum gives a well preserved history of the town. It is such a treat.
We went to Forks in mid-October 2013. ecause of the government shut down, all Federal park options were closed. The Forks Timber Museum is small, the exhibits minimal. The highlights were a dugout canoe and photos of early logging attempts. The staff was friendly and helpful. The cost was minimal therefore worth the visit.
We didn't visit the Forks Timber Museum, but the visitor center is right next door to it so that's why I'm putting this review here. My daughter and I are big fans of the Twilight books, so since we were already planning to come to Olympic NP, I decided it would be fun to visit Forks while we were here!... More
very authentic. great display of logging relics from long ago, including a historic DNR fire look out tour re-located from Deming WA. Don't miss it if you are in Forks!
This is a cute little museum. It does cost $3 to get in, I had no problem with that, I like to support small towns. Nice displays. Very interesting to someone who knew nothing about the logging industry. Just takes a few minutes to go through the entire museum, but worth it.
We dropped in to use the free wi-fi. The staff was over-the-top friendly and accommodating. We even learned a bit about the timber business.
This is not a large museum, but it is a great walk back through History. The employees and volunteers know a lot about the region and Timber Industry and have taken it upon themselves to share their enthusiasm with others. It is also right off the highway as you enter Forks. A worthy stop for passers-by and a quick stop... More
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