Learn about our Local History and Environment!
Located facing Kennewick's oldest park, Keewaydin Park, you will find on the museum grounds ancient Native American petroglyphs recovered from the Columbia River in 1939, pioneer farm implements, and the school bell from the old Finley School south of town. The website features historical information, current exhibits and more!
Travel back in time at the Franklin County Historical Museum. The building was originally Pasco’s Carnegie Library built in 1911. This period museum tells Franklin County’s story featuring Native American artifacts, early agriculture and transportation. On this page, you can learn about local history and some of their current exhibits.
You can learn more about local history by visiting one of their five, online Galleries.
Let's Travel a Little Further and Peek at Some Live Web-Cams!
Check in on the animals at the Aquarium of the Pacific with live webcams placed inside some of the exhibits.
EarthCam is a network of live streaming webcams for tourism and entertainment. Explore unique and interesting locations around the world.
Be delighted by the antics of sea otters or mellow out to the hypnotic drifting of the jellies. With ten live cams to choose from, you can experience the wonder of the ocean no matter where you are.
Welcome to the WILD SIDE! For an interactive experience, watch the National Zoo animal cams and don’t forget to download the Animal Webcam Activities to learn more about the animals behaviors and habits.
Lions, tigers and bears oh my! Don’t miss this visit to the San Diego Zoo! Get to know the animals as you stream the zoos live cameras in this ultimate zoo experience.