Gorge Heritage Museum

The Gorge Heritage Museum is housed in the former Bingen Congregational Church, which was dedicated in May 1912. The Museum was established in 1984 by the West Klickitat County Historical Society to promote interest in the legacy passed to us by the native people and the immigrants who settled and traded in the mountainous river valleys and along the Columbia River.

We invite you to come to see the many fine exhibits of tools, furnishings, clothes, photos, etc. the Gorge Heritage Museum has from the past. The Museum exhibits will acquaint you with pioneer clothing, household items, logging and farming tools, medical and surgical equipment. Also included are historical documents, newspapers, and Native American artifacts and crafts. The displays and exhibits have been donated by the families of the pioneers and collectors of history.

Open Season May 23 through August 25
From September 1 through May 20, appointments may still be made to see the museum.
Special tours or project/research visits may be scheduled three days in advance for any day by email [email protected]

Contact Information

Gorge Heritage Museum
Reservations and Information:
509-493-3228

Address:
202 East Humboldt Street, Bingen, Washington 98605, United States

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Other Information

  • Hours Open

    Open Season May 23 through August 25 From September 1 through May 20, appointments may still be made to see the museum.
  • Seasons Open

    By appointment only in the winter season
  • Prices and Fees

    $5 for 16 & older FREE for 15 & under with an adult FREE for society members