The Museum was originally a Carnegie Library, constructed in 1910 as part of Andrew Carnegie’s worldwide library construction program. The high ceilings and dark wood trim create a period atmosphere for this collection of historic artifacts and information. The building, after being neglected for a number of years, was beautifully refurbished by volunteers and opened to the public as the Franklin County Historical Museum on January 3, 1983.
Address: 305 N 4th Ave, Pasco, WA 99301
Other Pasco Attractions
- Columbia Basin College
- Gordon Estate Winery
- Sacagawea Heritage Trail – Pasco WA
- Sacajawea State Park