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ICE AGE EXHIBIT

The Ice Age Flood Museum in the Historic Rock Bunkhouse made its public debut on Saturday, June 22, 2019 from 10:00am-2:30 p.m., as part of The Farmer’s Festival Celebration in LaCrosse, Washington.


The Ice Age Flood Museum features an interpretive film, photographic displays and artifacts depicting the significant geographic history of the land and the remarkable people who’ve called it home.


Historically significant in its own right, the Rock Bunkhouse was meticulously restored by LaCrosse Community Pride in 2017. The Bunkhouse was one of a group of rock structures originally built by local businessman Clint Dobson in the mid-1930s. Dobson used basalt stones collected from the surrounding fields as it was a readily available and affordable building material during the Great Depression.

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The exhibit will temporarily be available by appointment only. 

To schedule an appointment call

Peggy Bryan | 509-549-3613