Central Washington Agricultural Museum Mission Statement
The purpose of this Association shall be to collect, preserve and interpret the Cultural and Agricultural History of the Central Washington area and to have the freedom and the right to engage in other activities as allowed by the laws of the State of Washington.
AG Museum Visitors Center
The display buildings, made possible through donations from families and trust funds, form an outer ring surrounding a working windmill. Rows of vintage machinery are displayed on circling terraces between the windmill and the rings of buildings.This site was a former farm on the south outskirts of the original “Yakima City” incorporated in 1883 and now Union Gap. Union Gap, one of two towns in the State of Washington still operating under territorial charter of the “Washington Territory” is a fitting location for the Museum.
Nature trails through the sagebrush hillside and along Ahtanum Creek offer an interesting walk through identified plants. The Central Washington Antique Farm Equipment Club Pioneer Power Show is held on the third weekend of August. The past comes alive with restored farm equipment and implements of generations past including an old time threshing bee.
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