NCW Libraries is now offering family passes to the Cashmere Museum & Pioneer Village for checkout!
The passes have been added to our Library of Things, which features an array of nontraditional library items such as nature backpacks, telescopes, blood pressure kits and WiFi hotspots.
The museum passes can now be reserved and checked out from the Cashmere, Leavenworth, Peshastin, Wenatchee and East Wenatchee libraries. They are available for a two-week checkout period and grant entry to two adults and all children who accompany them.
Reserve a Cashmere Museum pass HERE or inquire in person at one of the participating libraries.
The Cashmere Museum opened in 1959, showcasing a large collection of Native American artifacts, historical relics, antiques, and curios. In 2007, a collection of ancient art and artifacts, sourced from archaeological sites along the mid Columbia River, were donated to the museum.
The accompanying Pioneer Village opened in 1967 and now features 20 original, historic structures furnished with antiques from the late 19th and early 20th century — including a one-room school house originally located in nearby Brender Canyon — as well as a restored Great Northern Railway caboose.
The museum is open April through October, Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.