Now until Aug 18 The museum’s History Walking Tours are an opportunity to get out and visit some of Clark County’s most fascinating neighborhoods and city centers. Tour hours are NOON on Fridays and 9:00 AM on Saturdays, and each weekend highlights a different destination. Click here to find each available tour and to purchase tickets.











Turn your stories into written records for posterity. Each story workshops will be held on a Saturday from 1:00-2:30 pm at the Clark County Historical Museum. Contact us to save your seat(s) at 360-993-5673 or by email.

July 28 – How I Found Myself in Clark County: Discovering the Self Through Poems of Placepresented by Christopher Luna, Past Poet Laureate of Clark County

September 15 – Telling Stories with Your Family Heirloomspresented by Martin Middlewood, Clark County History Annual Book Editor










August 2
– Our next speaker event will be at the Cedar Creek Grist Mill near Woodland, WA. The program, presented by Friends of the Cedar Grist Mill Volunteers, will use living and oral history traditions to share the Mill’s stories, history, and restoration efforts.  First photo courtesy of Visit Vancouver USA. Click here to learn more.

CCHS is committed to responsible collections stewardship, innovative collaboration and inspiring exhibitions and programs that engage the community in an exploration of Clark County’s past, present and future.