Along with housing a fine gift shop, this 1200 sq. ft. facility next to a 10-acre demonstration cranberry farm displays both the history and contemporary methods of cranberry farming.
Exhibits include photography and artifacts. Self-guided walking tours of the bogs are interesting and beautiful year-round, but particularly during the peak growing season mid-September through harvest in early to mid October.
The walking tour around the demonstration farm is open each day until dusk. In November and December, visitors are able to see various farming operations needed to prepare the ground for planting, which takes place in April/May.
Harvest takes place each October; typically the first or second weekend, depending on weather. The annual Cranberrian Fair celebrates the history and harvest of America’s native fruit and takes place at both the Cranberry Museum and Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum.
More Information: www.cranberrymuseum.com or 360.642.5553
Group tours may be arranged by leaving a message at 360.642.5553 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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