600 7th Street, Davenport, WA 99122
Enter at the corner of Park & 7th, one block south of Highway 2/Morgan St. in Davenport.


Open May 25 – September 30 (closed Mondays)
Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday  Noon – 4:00 pm
We will be open on Memorial Day this year, Monday May 30, 2022, 10 am – 4 pm.
We will gladly open whenever typically closed, simply contact us. 

Suggested Donation for Admission

Seniors (55+) – $4.00
Adults (18-54) – $5.00

Children (5-17) – $1.00
Young Children (0-5) – Free
Your donation helps us stay open and preserves our history for future generations. Thank you!


Unlimited free admission to the Lincoln County Museum in Davenport for 1 year.
Family (at same address) – $25.00

Unlimited free admission to the Lincoln County Museum in Davenport for your household.
Lifetime – $200.00

Upcoming Events

Lincoln County Museum events during Pioneer Days, July 15 -17, 2022.

* July 15  Open 10 am – 4 pm  50th Anniversary of the Lincoln County Museum and Pioneer Days!
11:30 am – 1:30 pm  Celebrate our 50th Anniversary with a free hot dog, brownie, and water.

* July 16  Open 9 am – 4 pm
11 am  See us in the parade on Morgan Street. (10:45 am starts the kiddie parade.)
11:45 am – 1 pm  See a rare car at the museum, the 1918 Apperson Jack Rabbit Anniversary Edition purchased in Davenport.
12 pm – 12: 30 pm  Free horseshoe training for beginners at the museum.
12:30 – 2:30  Reardan author Byrne Bennett will tell us about his uncle Joe Mann, Medal of Honor recipient, and will be available for book signing in our Red Barn.
1 pm – Lincoln County Museum Annual Horseshoe Tournament  (Small entry fee)

* July 17  Open 11am – 4 pm 

• August 6 – 120th Anniversary of the final pursuit of the outlaw Harry Tracy ending in Lincoln County.  See the newly updated and expanded Harry Tracy exhibit then hear about this nationally-known desperado.

• August 27  – Vintage Harvest in rural Davenport.  See vintage farm equipment working in the fields!

• September 24 – At 10 am Steve Whiteside will present “Our Musical Heritage” to showcase the museum’s new music exhibit, pay tribute to those who owned the instruments, and provide live and recorded music examples of the instruments.