The Museum’s mission is to preserve, document, interpret, and educate about the history of greater Renton in ways that are accessible to diverse people of all ages. Permanent exhibits depict the history of Renton’s industries, government, schools, and a model turn-of-the-century home. The Museum also hosts 2-3 temporary exhibits a year.
Annual events include Renton River Days, Spring Volunteer Recognition Dinner, a year-round speaker program, other programs pending.
Admission: Adults $5, Students $2, free days first Wednesday and third Saturday of the month.
Youth Activities: guided tours: $5 per person, minimum $40
Adult Activities: guided tours: $5 per person, minimum $40
- Dr. Elizabeth Stewart, Director
- 235 Mill Avenue S; Renton WA 98055