This museum seems small but has a lot of exhibits, especially if you like to read and learn from the signs. Some great items from local history, like Native American clothes and a Stanley Steamer car. Outdoors are more items, like an old log house, and a building that holds the current special exhibit (like Isabella Bird, or national park art). The large lecture hall has talks frequently (like Indians living in the National Park, and organic gardening). The Friends of the Museum sponsor great special events, especially the house tours! Lots of good history books for sale too.
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