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The Calling for Healing Waters sculpture is a human figure sundial commemorating Colville Confederated Tribes.
Reaching the most northwestern point in the lower United States just got easier for thousands of people.
A ride on the Chehalis-Centralia Railroad is a pleasant, scenic, and relaxing journey back in time.
The sacred burial site of Seattle's namesake, Chief Sealth is located behind St. Peter's Mission on Suquamish Tribal land.
The Coast Artillery Museum was established to preserve and interpret coast artillery history with special emphasis on the harbor defenses of Puget Sound as they existed and functioned from the late 1800s to the end of World War II.
Opened in 1959, Crow Valley Pottery continues to focus on artists creating original works in a variety of media. Potters Jeffri Coleman and Michael Rivkin anchor an exciting gallery unmatched in the islands for its breadth of artists.
The Clark County Historical Society is dedicated to the collection, preservation, and interpretation of the cultural history of Clark County and the Pacific Northwest, and to sponsoring educational programs and exhibits for the enrichment of all.