Crehst Museum

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The CREHST museum is a very nice attraction for those interested in the history of the Richland/Hanford area and the science being used on the Hanford site. Go back to the days of the Wanapum Indian tribe as you look at displays of their clothing, foods, tools, and toole mat homes. Read and hear about the days when Lewis and Clark came on the Columbia to our local area. See paintings and scuptures as well as scientific models. You can learn about the development of the city of Richland and the Hanford Project. There is something for everyone at the CREHST museum. However this is not really an exhibit for small children. Kids who are interested in nature and science will enjoy the exhibits from the age of about 8 or 10 and up. It is not a place to run and play, but a place to learn. The exhibits are well done and very educational, and the staff is knowledgable about the history and science of the area. The cost is very low and the atmosphere is relaxed. It is not usually crowded, and is close to the Columbia River and the adjascent Howard Amon Park, so plan to take a leisurely walk along the river after your visit to the museum. All in all a great value.

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The CREHST museum is a very nice attraction for those interested in the history of the Richland/Hanford area and the science being used on the Hanford site. Go back to the days of the Wanapum Indian tribe as you look at displays of their clothing, foods, tools, and toole mat homes. Read and hear about the days when Lewis and Clark came on the Columbia to our local area. See paintings and scuptures as well as scientific models. You can learn about the development of the city of Richland and the Hanford Project. There is something for everyone at the CREHST museum. However this is not really an exhibit for small children. Kids who are interested in nature and science will enjoy the exhibits from the age of about 8 or 10 and up. It is not a place to run and play, but a place to learn. The exhibits are well done and very educational, and the staff is knowledgable about the history and science of the area. The cost is very low and the atmosphere is relaxed. It is not usually crowded, and is close to the Columbia River and the adjascent Howard Amon Park, so plan to take a leisurely walk along the river after your visit to the museum. All in all a great value.

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