The Okanogan County Historical Society is committed to preserving the past and bringing it alive for visitors to North Central Washington. With museums and regional exhibits, visitors to Okanogan County can experience history in person.
All Okanogan County Museums open on Memorial Day weekend and close after Labor Day weekend.
Features a replica of an old west town of early 1900’s and a fire hall museum, on Business Loop 97 towards Omak.Okanogan, Washington
The Conconully Museum, opened in 2003 and operated by the Conconully Area Historical Association, provides visitors with an insight of how residents lived and businesses were conducted during the early years of the last century.Conconully, Washington
Early pioneer life. A restored classroom, the original school library and wonderful displays of hand tools, household artifacts and photographs can be found in the Molson School Museum.Molson, Washington
The Old Molson ghost town is a treasure trove of days gone by. This part of the museum is where the original boom town of Old Molson once stood, and it includes an assay office, a bank building, old homestead cabins, a saloon, a law office, a machine shed with antique farm equipment, a few smaller structures, a windmill, mining equipment, and many other old relics.Molson, Washington
In 1943, purchased by local merchant Simon Shafer, the Winthrop landmark was made into a museum. Eventually turned over to the Okanogan County Historical Society, the museum's village of buildings has been gradually improved and expanded.Winthrop, Washington
Absorb some of the rich history of the Region at the old Train Depot Museum or the McDonald log cabin Customs House at the Okanogan Borderlands Historical Museum.Oroville, Washington