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The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center (WVMCC) is a museum in Wenatchee, Washington. Founded in 1939 by the Columbia River Archaeological Society, it showcases local and regional history, natural sciences and the arts. It is housed in two historic buildings, with three floors of unique displays interpreting life along the Columbia River in Eastern Washington. WVMCC hosts a variety of special events and family programs throughout the year.

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  • The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center (WVMCC) is a museum in Wenatchee, Washington. Founded in 1939 by the Columbia River Archaeological Society, it showcases local and regional history, natural sciences and the arts. It is housed in two historic buildings, with three floors of unique displays interpreting life along the Columbia River in Eastern Washington. WVMCC hosts a variety of special events and family programs throughout the year.
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  • The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center (WVMCC) is a museum in Wenatchee, Washington. Founded in 1939 by the Columbia River Archaeological Society, it showcases local and regional history, natural sciences and the arts. It is housed in two historic buildings, with three floors of unique displays interpreting life along the Columbia River in Eastern Washington. WVMCC hosts a variety of special events and family programs throughout the year. Highlights for visitors include 11,000-year-old Clovis points discovered in 1987 in East Wenatchee; petroglyphs recovered prior to the construction of Rock Island Dam; Native American trade history; a tree fruit exhibit featuring a 1920s-era apple packing line with its unique catapult sizing machine; a model H0 scale train layout portraying three Great Northern Railway routes across the Cascade Mountains from 1892 to the present; Main Street 1910 with a general store, farm shop, house interior, and vintage autos; a working 1919 Wurlitzer pipe organ; and artifacts from the world's first nonstop trans-Pacific flight made by Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Herndon in 1931, that landed in East Wenatchee. Some of the special programs WVMCC presents for children and adults are Super Summer Adventures, geology bus tours, silent movies accompanied by the pipe organ, regional art shows, railroad history field trips, and the annual Environmental Film Festival.
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