The Staley Museum is a personal museum of the Staley family. Located in the restored family home, each room has its own treasure of antique furniture, family portraits, and personal items of the Staley family. Open by appointment. Call Molly Staley Benscoter at 509-334-1008 for more information.
The Worthman Veterinary Anatomy Teaching Museum, located on the WSU campus at 270 Wegner Hall, is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum features several hundred dried and skeletal preparations of large and small domestic animals and selected specimens of birds and wild species. The only one of its kind in the nation, it provides a unique learning environment. For information, call 509-335-5701.
Conner Museum, located on the WSU campus in Abelson Hall, is open 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. except university holidays. The museum contains the largest public collection of birds and mammals in the Pacific Northwest and includes mounted moose, caribou, bison, deer, antelope, bighorn sheep, cougars, and more than 700 other species, including a dinosaur skeleton. For information, call 509-335-3515.
WSU Museum of Anthropology has interpretive exhibits, including the fossil record of human evolution and exhibits on cultural similarities and differences in people. Located in College Hall, room 110, on the WSU campus, open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed for summer and all university holidays. Call 509-335-3441 for information