The Ice Age Floods swept through the Columbia Basin creating the landscape seen today. Explore drawers of petrified wood and fossils and try your hand at an electronic fossil dig to piece together mammoth bones.
Learn about flora and fauna native to this region in relation to the four seasons; Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. There are also Native American artifacts on display from beaded bags to digging sticks and much more!
Find out how you can help protect the Hanford Reach National Monument and the Columbia River. Create your own environmental steward badge in support of conserving the Reach! Remember to collect your badge at the Front Desk.
Enjoy a short video that addresses the history of the land prior to the Manhattan Project. There are several artifacts on display regarding the Cold War, remediation of the Hanford Site and Manhattan Project photographer, Robley Johnson.