ww-memorabiliaEver wonder what Walla Walla used to look like "back in the day"? Or perhaps you want to take a trip down memory lane. The Kirkman House Museum presents our new exhibit "Walla Walla Memorabilia." While the Kirkman House typically gives visitors a window into the Victorian past, this exhibit reaches beyond that era to show you not only Walla Walla in its Victorian days, but also how it changed and grew through the years after. Come see a dessert bowl given as a prize in the popular poultry show or a colorful cigar box emblazoned with "Walla Walla Club" on its sides. The exhibit shows off many businesses and souvenirs from Walla Walla's past.

Thanks to Joe Drazan for many of the photographs used in the exhibit.

 

When You Visit

The museum is open on Wednesday through Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm and on Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm. It is also open by appointment.

Admission is $7 per person or $25 for a household. Admission is free to all NARM and ROAM members. Kirkman House is also a Blue Star Museum that welcomes current servicemen, armed forces veterans and their families.