We are open to visitors! Come see new displays, plans for the future, and the beautifully crafted wooden train set – All at the Whitman Street end of the building each Saturday – 10 am to 4 pm.
4/24/19 Palouse People, 7pm-8pm:
Dustin Dennis & Nicole Snyder. 1918 Spanish Influenza Epidemic: How it affected Colfax & Pullman: and Colfax
5/16/19 BookTalk, 7pm-8pm:
Phil Beach – Wheat Country Railroad: The Northern Pacific’s Spokane & Palouse and Competitors
co-sponsored by WSU-MASC
5/17 – 05/18 Pullman ArtFest (artist TBD)
5/18 Pullman ArtFest Artist Reception
“The mission of the Pullman Depot Heritage Center is to sustain the unique character of the depot and engage the community in the exploration of Pullman’s diverse history: its people, businesses, and organizations. It aims to explain how the railroads served as a catalyst for the growth of the town, its neighbors, the university, and local agriculture.”
“Pullman’s Past Comes Alive”
DISCOVER THE PAST
EXPLORE THE FUTURE
The Best EXPERIENCEBe part of history and the future.
Interested in a guided tour of the museum? Want to know more about the depot? Please contact us with your questions and we will get back to you!
330 N Grand Av
Pullman, WA 99163
Saturday – 10 am to 4 pm