Renton History Museum
Now through 12/31/2020
2020 is the centennial of national women’s suffrage, although most women in Washington got the vote a decade earlier in 1910. For the rest of the year, Renton History Museum is hosting an exhibit titled ‘What Difference Do Renton Women Make?’ – a catalog of the many ways that women have shaped Renton by influencing institutions from schools to hospitals to governments to families and neighborhoods. You’ll meet many extraordinary women who defied expectations and made Renton what it is today.
The Renton History Museum is located at 235 Mill Avenue S, Renton. It has reopened with limited hours, but public health protocols apply and visitors are asked to call in advance to reserve a time to visit. Please call 425-255-2330.