WELCOME to Pioneer Farm Museum & Ohop Indian Village
Recalling the Past and Inspiring the Future
Escape to another century...
Journey back to the 1880's with our tour guides to experience homesteading in Washington state.
Then step back further, to before the first local contact with Europeans and experience our seasonal Ohop Indian Village.
We provide "HANDS ON" tours which educate while being a really fun time for children of all ages.
Our facilities are a little bit of today and a little bit of yesteryear.
Throughout these pages we'll give you an idea of what you can expect when you visit us.
By exploring through the links you will find out about the various tours we offer, how you can get us to come to you, and maybe even a few surprises.
We hope you enjoy your time here and come visit us soon. Please wear closed toe shoes so you can visit the animals inside their barn stalls.
Public Tours and Hours
Pioneer Farm Tour
Spring: March 15 through Fathers Day--Sat. & Sun., 11am-4pm
Summer: Fathers Day-Labor Day Weekend--Daily, 11am-4pm
Fall: Labor Day through day before Thanksgiving--Sat. & Sun., 11am-4pm
Winter: Closed--Thanksgiving Day through March 14
Native American Seasons Public Tour
Summer: Fathers Day-Labor Day Weekend---Fri., Sat. & Sun. @ 1:00 & 2:30
Reserved groups (20 paid admission fees) may schedule 7 days a week from
March 15 - day before Thanksgiving
The Pioneer Farm Museum is a not for profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing living history, enviromental, and cultural education opportunities through hands-on activities and experiences.