When was the last time you visited a museum in the Yakima Valley? If it has been a while, now is the perfect time to grab the family and hit the road. We have some pretty cool museums in the Valley, with everything from the historical museums to museums about the beer hops that have made this valley a boon for the local economy for generations. There are some others worth a look and visit in Yakima, Zillah, Toppenish, and Union Gap.

6 Memorable Museums of the Yakima Valley

1. Yakima Valley Trolley Museum

418 S 3rd Ave, Yakima

This is the place where you can take a trolley ride every weekend during the summer. It's a good fit for when you have friends and family coming out of town to visit! During holidays they have a Haunted Halloween Trolley ride and a Christmastime trolley ride with Santa on board!

2. Yakima Valley Museum

2101 Tieton Dr.

See amazing seasonal art exhibits and get a full grasp of the history of the Yakima Valley, including famous Yakimaniacs.

3. Larson Gallery

1606 W Nob Hill Blvd, Yakima

See some powerful art exhibits from local and regional artists as well as curated art shows!

4. American Hop Museum

22 S B St, Toppenish

Learn all about how the hop industry has impacted the Yakima Valley and get a whiff of those fresh Valley hops!

5. The Zillah Teapot Dome Historical Site

117 1st Ave, Zillah

Not technically a museum, but definitely a historical artifact. The history behind this unique former Teapot gas station is wild!

6. Central Washington Agricultural Museum

4508 Main St, Union Gap

Come here with the kids so that they can burn all that energy whilst playing with old tractors and farm tools in a safe environment!

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Keep your eyes out for one of our unique photo-op murals to add to your collection in your social media pics, and stop and take a memorable selfie of yourself in the heart of Yakima!

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