Traveling Exhibits

The following exhibits are available to travel to museums, libraries, schools and civic locations throughout Washington State.

For information about scheduling the exhibits, contact Amber Raney or call 360-902-4126 for more information.

1968: The Year That Rocked Washington

On display at the Karshner Museum and Center for Culture & Arts in Puyallup until January 2020.

On display at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center from June until August 2020.


Korea 65: The Forgotten War Remembered

On display at the Washington Soldiers Home in Orting.


Who ARE We? Washington's Kaleiodoscope

On display at the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham from November 2019 until January 2020.

Who are we?


Washington Remembers WWII Their Sacrifice, Our Freedom

On display at the Thorp Mill Museum in Kittitas County until October 31, 2019.

On display at the Historical Society of Federal Way from November 2019 until June 2020.

WA Remembers


Washington 1889: Blazes, Rails and the Year of Statehood

On display at the Edmonds Historical Museum until January 2020.

On display at the Lacey Museum from March until August 2020.

Washington 1889


Grand Coulee to Grunge: Eight stories that changed the world

On display at the Washington State Capitol in Olympia, room 112 of the Legislative Building.

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We're Still Here: The survival of Washington Indians

On display at the Centralia Timberland Library from September until November 2019.


Young Man in a Hurry: The Life of Isaac Stevens & the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War

On display at Historic Fort Steilacoom in Lakewood until May 2020.


Moving Forward, Looking Back: Washington's First Women in Government

*Available to travel now.

On display at the Whatcom Museum from February until May 2020.

On display at the East Benton County Historical Society from June until August 2020.