Take a step back in time this weekend at the Fort Walla Walla Museum during their annual Fort Walla Walla Days! This family-friendly event brings the Fort back to life with historical reenactments, demonstrations, music, dancing, games, food, and so much more!
While walking around, you may encounter fur traders, soldiers, cowboys, gold miners, and pioneers. The reenactors will have encampments complete with tepees, tents, or wagons with plenty of artifacts to give you a good idea of the tools, trade goods, and other items these early Walla Walla Valley citizens would have used. The reenactors love to talk about history and what life would have been like, so don’t be shy!
You will find plenty of action happening around the building in the Pioneer Village. The blacksmith will be hard at work, the lace makers and weavers will be delighting us all with their delicate craft, Standing Rock Sioux will awe us with her powerful opera singing, and E.B. Whitman, Walla Walla’s first mayor, will be hitting the dance floor with his wife Maria.
When you start feeling hungry, there will be some tasty food options from Dicky’s BBQ Pit onsite.
Fort Walla Walla Days is included with admission to the museum, so while you’re there, be sure to check out the exhibits inside!
Fort Walla Walla Days
June 10-11, 10-5pm
Fort Walla Walla
755 Myra Rd, Walla Walla, WA
See Website for Museum Admission Prices
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