Get ready for an incredible journey into Dayton, WA's fascinating history! Join us as we host the amazing Erika Greenup at the Fort Walla Walla Museum for an hour-long presentation that will transport you back in time. Discover the secrets of the oldest operating courthouse in Washington State, witness the charm of the two oldest standing train stations (one turned into a house), and take a look inside an original 1920s Columbia County schoolhouse. But that's not all! Erika will also share the gripping tale of the "quarantine cabin" from the Smallpox outbreak and unveil the history of the Boldman House Museum, originally the residence of the builder of Dayton's first hospital. Don't miss this unique opportunity to connect with the past and delve into the rich heritage of Dayton, WA! Mark your calendars and join us for a historical adventure you won't forget. This talk will take place on-site in the Grand Hall at 4pm, this month an hour earlier due to the change of our winter hours. Museum After Hours is a public education and outreach series we’ve offered since 2014. They are free to attend for the public. Talks run for around 45 minutes, typically with a PowerPoint or other visual program, with some time at the end for Q&A.
Museum After Hours: Historic Tourism ...
Date and Time
Thursday Nov 30, 2023 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM PST
Thursday, November 30 at 4pm
Fort Walla Walla Museum 755 NE Myra Rd Walla Walla, WA