Oroville Museum & Visitor Welcome Center

Managed by the Okanogan Borderlands Historical Society

At the Old Oroville Depot

1210 Ironwood (one block west of Main on 12th)
Constructed 1907

The Oroville Depot Museum includes both permanent historical displays and a large section that is changed every year.

Hours: May 3 – Sep 13: Monday – Saturday 10 – 4
Phone: 1-888-699-5659, (summer) 509-476-2739
Email Contact: send message

“The Salmon People: Stories Tell the Past”

The Okanagan Peoples lived in our area for thousands of years. This year’s exhibit gives a taste of life before European contact.

The North Central Washington Port of Entry to Osoyoos, British Columbia, Canada. (6 miles)
In the HEART of the VIA 97 INTERNATIONAL Alliance/Corridor.
The Northern Gateway to Okanogan Country.
The Northern Gateway to the Okanogan Trails Scenic Byway.
The Northern Gateway to the Greater Columbia Water Trail.
In the HEART of the Pacific Northwest Trail.

At the west trailhead of the new Whistler Canyon Trail. (Part of the Pacific Northwest Trail)
At the east trailhead of the new Nighthawk Trail. (Part of the Pacific Northwest Trail)