Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center building

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The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center (WVMCC) is a museum in Wenatchee, Washington that houses local and regional history, Native American heritage, and the propeller used in the first trans-Pacific flight.

Founded in 1939 by the Columbia River Archaeological Society the museum, housed in two historic buildings, contains three floors of 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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