Two Rivers Heritage Museum

Located in downtown Washougal two minutes from the Columbia River, we are one mile west of the famous Lewis and Clark provisional campsite where the Corp of Discovery fished and hunted to ensure they had food for their journey eastward. 

Also nearby is the historic Parkersville Landing. This site marks the beginning of the region's commercial activity and access through river trade to Vancouver WA and Portland OR. Washougal became the settlement foundation for East Clark County, Washington in the 1850s.

Two Rivers Heritage Museum is operated by the Camas-Washougal Historical Society and focuses on the history and heritage of the communities of Camas and Washougal. Artifacts include an extensive Nation American basket collection from the area.  We also have information about Lewis and Clark and the 2003 reenactment journey and their stop in Washougal. We look forward to sharing our history with you.

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Latitude: 45.577424 Longitude: -122.355158 Elevation: 40 ft

Seasons Open

March - October, Thursday - Saturday

Hours Open

11a.m. - 3 p.m.


$5 for adults $4 for seniors $2 for students Free for children under 5

Accessibility Notes

The museum is fully ADA accessible.

Pet Friendly Notes

No pets please.

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