Asotin County Museum
Experience the frontier as the settlers did.
The biggest collection of branding irons in the world!
A 1920s schoolhouse fully restored.
A true pioneer house, assembled board-by-board.
And Much More
A 1950s switchboard, a mammoth tusk, an organ and lots more!
About the museum
The cement block building was constructed in 1920 for use as a funeral parlor by Henry J. Merchant Sr. The facility was donated by the Merchant family to be used as a museum. In 1972, it became the Asotin County Historical Society, and features many hands-on displays.
Most tours are by appointment, so please call 509-243-4659 during business hours, which are Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
215 Filmore Street, Asotin, WA
Asotin in 1900
Searching for family members in the area? We might have the answer.
We have information about the earliest settlers in Asotin County, a vast archive of Asotin County Sentinal newspapers, and ledgers from all burials in Asotin County.
You can come in and research out archive yourself or we can do it for you. All we ask is a donation to the museum.
Call 509-243-4659 for more information.
PO Box 367
Asotin, WA 99402