Uncover the unique stories that are hidden within our region by visiting the museums and historical sites that have emerged to pay tribute to these topics. Countless captivating stories, rich cultural backgrounds, and intriguing historic sites can be found in Central Washington. Discover a Central Washington Museum today!

Find more Museums in Central Washington below:

203 W. Pennsylvania Ave.
Roslyn, WA 98941
With the closure of the coal mines in the early 1960s, Frank Musso felt a need to preserve the history that had shaped Roslyn. His efforts inspired other citizens to be interested and the result was the Roslyn Museum, created in 1969 under his supervision.  Today the museum is administered by the Roslyn Museum Board with President Scott Templin and staffed by our wonderful volunteers.

The museum is a reflection of Roslyn, it’s tenacity, love of life and the richly seasoned ethnic mix that once represented more than 20 nationalities, and still does in the genealogy of it’s inhabitants and former residents. Coal became the common denominator overcoming language barriers, various ideologies and diverse cultures.  The result was and still remains a way of life unique to company towns.
10 Pass Life Way
Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068

The Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum honors Washington’s ski and snowboard legends, preserves this state’s ski and snowboard history, educates visitors about this rich sports story and inspires future participation in Washington State’s many and varied ski and snowboard opportunities.