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White River Valley Museum
918 H Street SE, Auburn, WA 98002
White River Valley Museum is a historical museum in Auburn, Washington. The museum has permanent exhibits and four temporary exhibits per year. The museum's collections focus on local Puget Sound history, Northwest Indian culture, Japanese-Americans, and the Northern Pacific Railroad. Exhibits include a 1924 Northern Pacific Railroad depot and caboose; a 1915 Japanese Farmhouse; and a replica of downtown Auburn in the 1920s. The museum also operates the restored Mary Olson Farm. The museum was created through the combined effort of the City of Auburn and the White River Valley Historical Society.
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