Our Pioneer Memorial Gallery is now open. Come experience the history of Washington County – early fur traders and Mormon pioneers, the building of towns, businesses and farms. Experience the stories of our earliest pioneers and homesteaders, and see the transition from horse power to nuclear power.
Entertainment and off-hours activities of early Washington County Once again we are partnering with the Blair Historic Preservation Alliance to produce a beautiful keepsake calendar featuring images and stories from Washington County’s past. This years calendar features images and stories of the off-hours – summertime activities, civic organizations, pleasures and pastimes of yesteryear. This calendar
The Frahm House will once again be beautifully decorated for Christmas. It will be open on Saturday, December 7 and December 14 from 1-4 each afternoon for tours and photos. You are welcome to take your Christmas photos in any of the Victorian rooms. They will be filled with stunning trees, nutcrackers, Santas and more.
Now Available This hard-cover coffee table set consists of two volumes on the history of Blair. Volume I (375 pages) features the history of the downtown buildings on Washington Street. Volume II (406 pages) chronicles the development of the town – railroads, fire department, churches, schools and more. Two volume set: $150 Can be
If you are interested in volunteering – a little bit here and there, or as part of a regular volunteer group – we have several opportunities for you! On Wednesday mornings, a group of men and women gather to work on museum maintenance projects. They change a few light bulbs, paint a display, repair