The Upper Valley Museum and Historical Society is housed in the home of the owner of the turn-of-the-century sawmill, along the banks of the Wenatchee River. They maintain exhibits of the history of the area with artifacts from the railroads and lumbermills that were instrumental to the development of the area.
Throughout the year, the Leavenworth Fish Hatchery is open for tours, and in September they have the Salmon Festival. You can feed the salmon, take a nature walk, and in season, watch the spawning salmon. In the winter, showshoe tours are available.
Icicle Arts provides a variety of educational opportunities, including ASAP, their After School Arts Program. They also have arts and science summer camps.
Down the road in Cashmere is the Cashmere Pioneer Village & Museum. They have a pioneer village that consists of 20 original structures brought in from throughout the area, including a school house, dentist office, general store, jail, and blacksmith shop, all from the later 1800's. The museum has a collection of Pioneer and Native American history. (The website is a little odd... wait awhile after you get there. After several pictures display it will finally take you to the home page with a menu so you can find out about the museum.)
A little further down the road in Wenatchee is the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. Their exhibits interpret life in the valley of the mid-Columbia dating from the last Ice Age to today. They include a farm shop from the late 1800's, a Victorian house, Native Americans, the area apple industry and the history of the railroads in the area.
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248 Benton St Leavenworth
Alexandria Tutorials is an educational service providing instruction for students in subjects approached from a classical and Christian perspective.
110 Park Ave Leavenworth
Provide scholarships to graduating high school seniors to continue their post-high school education and meet other needs as requested. Public speaking programs in the middle school (grades 5-8).
12790 Fish Hatchery Rd Leavenworth
The Cascade Discovery Program is a unique learning opportunity for high school age students. It is a partnership between the Cascade School District and US Fish and Wildlife.
330 Evans Leavenworth
Our work at the Cascade Education Foundation is focused on raising and allocating funds that support a number of crucial programs and help meet some of the special needs in the Leavenworth community
PO Box 683 Leavenworth
The mission of the Cascade Education Foundation is to raise and allocate funds to support the ever-changing educational needs of the Cascade School District and help meet the needs of our community.
330 Evans Street Leavenworth
School District- Grades K-12
9545 Mountain Home Road Leavenworth
Educational Nature Awareness Experience for children ages 7-14. Summer sessions offer hands-on curriculum, hiking, climbing, arts and personal growth guided by expert teachers. School groups available Spring and Fall.
11734 Highway 2 Leavenworth
Icicle Arts Gallery presents six solo shows per year featuring local and regional professional artists and two special exhibits each year (Bird Fest and Icicle Arts Festival) for student projects. They make arts available without limitations to local and visiting arts lovers.
10195 Titus Rd Leavenworth
Home of the Mountain Lions
12790 Fish Hatchery Road Leavenworth
Open year round, daily 8:00am-4:00pm. Salmon Tours available upon request, Icicle Nature Trail, Wenatchee River Salmon Festival, horseback and sleigh rides, ski, XC skiing, outdoor education and more.
PO Box 295 Leavenworth
Pottery products and classes
1701 Broadway #252 Vancouver
Historical account of the development of the Bavarian theme in Leavenworth.
12000 Sunitsch Canyon Rd. Leavenworth
We are passionate about the potential of every child and believe in facilitating an environment where children can discover their potential, setting the foundation for success and a life-long love of learning.
A local chapter of the National Audubon Society, is dedicated to furthering the knowledge and the conservation of the environment of North Central Washington, our Nation, and the World.
225 Central Ave Leavenworth
Highway 97-A Leavenworth
Cabin rental in Plain. Cabin sits on Wenatchee River.
#2-Spring Street Landing Friday Harbor
See wild whales, eagles, seals & sea life from a new, fast 55 foot boat with Marine Naturalists. April-Oct. Fun, educational and kid friendly.
10198 Titus Road Leavenworth
Professional development services to teachers on how to use the media arts in educational settings
117B W. Whitman Leavenworth
Local author currently has three books published and is available for book signings.
2623 North Baker East Wenatchee
We do adventure tours to small groups up to 9 at a time. Archeological, Native American, Historical, Mining and Tipi dinner tours.
347 Division Street Leavenworth
Through the museum, the UVHS preserves and display artifacts of the Upper Wenatchee Valley and presents historic programming to students, residents and visitors to Leavenworth.
3404 4th Avenue South Seattle
An independent, non-profit, non-partisan think tank. WPC improves the lives of Washington State's citizens by providing accurate high-quality research for policymakers, the media and the general public.
347 Division St Leavenworth
The Reserve's partner organizations feature exhibits and programming that connect science and nature, the arts, and cultural history in the Greater Wenatchee Valley.
600 Sherbourne Leavenworth
The forest service manages public lands in national forests. Contact us about premier hiking, camping, climbing, winter sports, Enchantment permits, forest goods and services.
1474 South Wenatchee Avenue Wenatchee
We are the only Humane Society in Chelan and Douglas Counties. We are here to serve the community through education, protection and pet adoptions.
127 South Mission Wenatchee
Celebrating and preserving the history, arts, sciences and rich diversity of North Central Washington through exhibits and year-round programs. Open Tuesday- Saturday, 10am-4pm.
19265 Beaver Valley Rd Leavenworth
In America, there are two classes of travel: First class, and with children.