Methow Valley Interpretive Center

Methow Valley Interpretive Center SignThe Methow Valley Interpretive Center’s mission is to create, fund and operate an interpretive center that recognizes the inhabitants of the Methow Valley prior to European colonization.

The center offers displays related to the original Native American inhabitants of the Methow Valley, as well as the geology and natural history of the Methow Valley.
Admission is free – donations are appreciated. Method Valley Interpretive Center Native Camp


Founders Glenn and Carolyn Schmekel looked for ways to give the descendents of the Methow Tribe a place where they could bring their children and say “here is our story, here was where we lived.”

T: (509) 997-0620
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Building B – 210 5th Ave
Open by Appointment

Annual Calendar of Events

The Methow Valley Interpretive Center hosts many informative and fun events and presentations throughout the year, from March through October. Our monthly Last Sunday presentations are held on the last Sunday of each month with different speakers and presentations. Please visit our Facebook page and/or our website for details and updates on events.

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