WENATCHEE-A rare opportunity to walk though some of the most historic buildings and residences in the valley happens again this Sunday. Dan Kuntz has more.
The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center has teamed up once again with Wenatchee’s Historic Preservation Board for the 2nd annual tour. This year’s tour includes six private homes, the Wells House, The Home of Peace Mausoleum, behind the scenes at the museum, two homes converted to bed and breakfast establishments and for the 1st time, the Cascadian Hotel in downtown Wenatchee.
Selina Danko of the Museum told NCWLIFE earlier this week on Wake Up Wenatchee Valley the Cascadian has unique details most people don’t notice from street level.
Participants can tour any of the historic structures at their leisure beginning at 10 Sunday morning, with the exception of the Cascadian. The Cascadian will have guided tours on the hour and reservations are required for that.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by visiting the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center’s website or in person at the museum.