Live in the Yakima Valley - History - Live in Yakima, WA

History

A Valley in Touch With Its Roots

The Yakima Valley enjoys a rich history.  Native Americans were the Valley’s original inhabitants. During the 1800s ranchers, miners and other opportunists can to and through the area.  By the early 1900s the Yakima Valley was fast becoming a farm community.  Our region has continued to blossom and today the Yakima Valley is a vibrant urban center located amidst beautiful rural landscapes.  Read More!
 

Experience Yakima Valley History

American Hop Museum | Central Washington Agricultural Museum
Fort Simcoe | McAllister Museum of Aviation
Northern Pacific Railway Museum  | RE Powell Museum
Toppenish Historic Murals | Yakama Nation Museum
Yakima Valley Museum |Yakima Valley Trolleys

 

 

 

 


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"The Yakima Valley is just a great place to live! We have great weather with four beautiful seasons making for lots of recreational activities." - Lisa Shields-Long, Shields Bag & Printing