Pacific Northwest Truck Museum
In the Pacific Northwest Truck Museum, you will see some of the great working vehicles that helped develop the Pacific Northwest. These wonderfully restored antique trucks, parts, and memorabilia also show the significant and unique innovations in the development of trucks brought about by the longer distances and rough terrain of this part of the country. There are over 75 trucks on display.
Admission: $5 donation
Open: Saturday – Sunday 10am – 4pm
Wednesday thru Friday 10-4 by Appointment Only
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