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Fort Walla Walla is a fort located in Walla Walla, Washington. It was established in 1858. Today, the complex contains a park, a museum, and a hospital.
Fort Walla Walla should be distinguished from
Fort Nez Percés or Old Fort Walla Walla (1818–1857).
Fort Walla Walla Museum [ edit ]
The Fort Walla Walla Museum comprises 15 acres of the Fort Walla Walla Park, and includes four exhibit halls and a 17-building pioneer village. The museum offers
living history performances each season on weekends and children's programs.
The pioneer village includes several
cabins, an outhouse, harness shop, blacksmith shop, schools, a jail, train depot, doctor's office and other structures.
The exhibit halls include displays of military weapons and artifacts, tools, agricultural equipment, antique vehicles and firefighting vehicles, clothing and textiles.
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Coordinates: 46°02′51″N 118°21′25″W / 46.04741°N 118.35694°W