Officially established in 2014, the mission of the Washougal Arts and Cultural Alliance (WACA) is to enrich and engage the community through the display and support of local artists’ work. The public art collection includes 25 installations located throughout the City of Washougal. Funds raised by WACA to increase public art in the City of Washougal are held with the non-profit partner, the Parks Foundation, making donations tax deductible.
Pendleton’s Pacific Northwest woolen mills are a testament to the quest for quality established by our founder five generations ago in 1863. The intricate jacquard blankets and array of wool fabrics we produce have earned a reputation on par with the greatest mills around the world. For more than 140 years, we’ve invested in the people and the technology needed to achieve the beautiful color and original patterns that are the hallmarks of our family enterprise. For a free tour, call (360) 835-1118.
Located at the confluence of the Columbia River and Washougal River, this historical museum features the heritage of the Camas and Washougal area. Located across the street from the Pendleton Woolen Mills, a visit can be combined with a mill tour and shopping trip to the company store. Take a step back in time and visit this historic gem.