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BLM Display at Wild Mustang Auction,
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Things To Do

You can find plenty to do in Lincoln County!
Unique geography, outdoor activities, and businesses await you! Explore Lincoln County's history by visiting our museums. Or browse through various Antique shops and purchase a bit of history to take home.
Antiquing

Almira’s Attic
15 S 1ST ST. Almira, Washington 99103. USA.
(509) 639-2665

Manntiques
10 Highway 2, Wilbur WA 99185
(509) 647-2456

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More shops in Sprague and Reardan. Listing coming soon!


 

Museums Museum
Odessa Historisches Museum    
Big Bend Historical Society Museum
Box 523
corner of Raymond and Cole
(One block North of Hwy 2) Get Directions
Wilbur, WA 99185

BBHS Museum Gem Display
New Mineral & Gem Display

Kitchen Room in Big Bend Historical Society MuseumThe museum building was donated to the town of Wilbur in 1977 for the use of an area museum, honoring the early pioneers of Almira, Creston, and Wilbur.  The building and museum are managed by the Big Bend Historical Society, comprised of people from all three towns.

The museum has much to offer. Come and take some time for a pictorial journey through our colorful history; find your old teammates or distant relatives!  Discover newspaper articles from the Wilbur Register preserved on microfilm and ready for you to have printed.  Hometown of Wilbur’s celebrated founding father who earned the nickname “Wild Goose Bill”.

The museum includes a “farm annex” with old equipment, cattle brands, cars, wagons, and much, much more.

Open: Saturdays in June, July, and August – 2:00 to 4:00 p.m
For special showings call: Greg Sassman – 647-2359; Daryll Bahr – 647-5401;
Helen Ladwig - 509-639-2346; or Ron Laughbonn - 509-647-2746.

bbhs(at)accima.com   Appointments are welcomed!

For family history/geneology information contact:Daryll Bahr - 647-5401 or
Suzanne Lonn - 647-0174.

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Lincoln County Historical MuseumLincoln County Historical Museum
600 7th Street
Davenport, WA 99122
(509) 725-6711  
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Open May 1st through September 30th,
Monday through Saturday 9:00AM to 5:00PM.

By appointment only the months of October 1st through April 30th

Richly detailed interiors and exhibits tell the story of Lincoln County's past. The museum's collection of artifacts is available to researchers. Also available is an American Indian display, a railroad memorabilia display, farm machinery, steam engine, combines, tools, guns, a prison cell, printing press, vintage fire engines and an impressive display dealing with the outlaw, Harry Tracy. 

Odessa Historisches Museum
PO Box 536
4th and Elm Street 
Odessa, WA 99159
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Odessa Museum Display Odessa Museum Display
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Odessa Museum Camera Display

Visitors are treated to interesting displays of antiques and a glimpse into the history behind this wonderful land of golden wheat. The large barn addition is similar in style to turn-of-the-century barns found in the Odessa area. There are many restored pieces of farm equipment to be seen inside, as well as some restored automobiles, many photographs of early harvest scenes and many other artifacts used by pioneer settlers.

Open Sundays 2pm to 4pm, Memorial Day weekend thru Deutschesfest weekend.
Appointments for other times may be arranged by calling (509) 982-2539 or (509) 982-2359.

The Fort Spokane Museum and Visitor Center
21 miles north of Davenport on State Highway 25
509.725.2715 ext. 43 (Summer)
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The grounds are open year round. The Visitor Center and Museum are open in the summer and by request during the fall, winter and spring. Please call for exact dates and times

Fort Spokane Visitor Center
  • Located in the guardhouse on the grounds of Historic Fort Spokane.
  • The grounds are open year round. 
  • 2009 Summer Visitor Center and Museum Hours
    9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
    7 days a week
    Mid-June to Labor Day
  • Information, boat launch permits, America the Beautiful Senior, Access and Annual Passes (formally Golden Age, Access and Eagle Passports),book sales, exhibits and an interpretive slide show.
  • The Sentinel Interpretive Trail begins near the parking lot.
 

Quilt Shops & Shows

Fronen Steppdecker, The Odessa Quilt Club
Spring Fling Quilt Show at the Odessa High School Gym, April 23-24, 2010
Antique Quilt Display, at St. Matthews Historic Church, September 17-19, 2010
Quilting Techniques Open House at the Odessa Museum Barn. November 13, 21010 www.odessachamber.net/quilting_news.php

NANA’S Quilt’s & More
318 W Maple
Almira, WA 99103
509-639-2648

The Quilt Crossing
4 West 1st Avenue, Odessa, WA 99159
(509) 982-2194

The Buggy Barn
28848 Tramm Rd. N., Reardan, WA 99029
(509) 796-2188    Toll Free 877-339-0281

    Quilt Classes - August 13 - 27, 2010
     Outdoor Quilt Show - August 28 - 29, 2010
www.buggybarnquilts.com/


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Lincoln County Visitors & Convention Bureau
303 6th St. Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 1304 Davenport WA 99122 - 1-877-417-9362    Email
Lincoln County Economic Development Council

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