The Kittitas County Historical Museum features many exhibits for the
public to enjoy, spanning the history of Kittitas County from the
distant past to the modern day.
The Car Room is the best place to experience the means of a person's life in history through antique automobiles, agriculture, and home-life.
Once you step into the room, you cannot miss the main display of antique automobiles that were the prime choices of transportation during their years of popularity. The Car Room itself is like a historical timeline as you see the evolution of different makes, models, and date of production of each piece. See various tools that aided in agriculture and a person's lifestyle.
Explore the history of agriculture and blacksmithing in local history, and learn more about the industry. From antique tools to those still used today, the "Tools of the Trade: Agriculture & Blacksmithing" display has a touch of everything.
Lastly, be sure to experience the "Children of Kittitas County" display. Antique dolls and baby buggies are some of the larger items in the display, but the exhibit explores the idea of children in school, doing chores, and at play. See some interesting objects, experience the hands-on items, and reminiscence about childhood.
You cannot miss the Car Room during your tour of the Kittitas County Historical Museum.
114 E. 3rd. Ave.
Ellensburg, WA 98926