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Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum

Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum

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The museum is open by appointment anytime. Schedule a tour by calling a local guide: David or Nancy Ruark: (509) 843-3506 / dnruark@wildblue.net Larry Carey: (509) 566-7214 / 1larrycarey@gmail.com Krey Miller: (509) 843-1041 / kmiller@metalbelt.com Jay Franks: (509) 566-7027 / pvpercherons@msn.com
(509) 566-7000 dandnruark@gmail.com
lat: 46.4711844 long: -117.549268

Since 2008, the Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum has been preserving and displaying 19th and 20th century farming equipment to celebrate the area’s rich farming tradition. The museum’s goal is to teach locals and visitors about the deep agricultural history of Eastern Washington. Since the opening, the museum has expanded and is now housed in two large red barns, totaling 17,040 square feet. Throughout the year, the museum holds demonstrations of woking machinery, tractors, engines, and horse-drawn implements!

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