Frazier Farmstead Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the rich history of the Milton-Freewater area. The Farmstead showcases a 6-acre parcel that is home to a restored 1890s house, once belonging to the Frazier family whose ancestors were pioneers to the Walla Walla Valley. The Frazier family played an integral part in the founding and prosperity of Milton-Freewater.
The museum also includes a 1918 Prairie Barn, historic farm equipment, and the 1856 McCoy Cabin. The museum contains a veritable treasure trove of late 1800s artifacts.
There are several events held at the Farmstead each year that include a Spring Open House, the Frazier Farmstead June Fundraiser, and a Victorian Christmas Open House. The museum grounds are available to rent for weddings, reunions, and other special events.
This beautiful home and grounds are maintained by the local historical society. Open Thursdays through Saturdays from 11am to 4pm during the April through December season, this walk back in time is a visit you will always remember.