The Lincoln County Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Federal Tax ID 91-0839913.
Lincoln County Historical Society or LCHS
P.O. Box 585, Davenport, WA 99122.
Become a Member
Individual/Family – $25 per year. Free admission for all household members at the same address until Dec. 31 of the current year.
Life – $200.00 once. Unlimited free admission for the life member and all household members at same address for the life of the original member.
Corporate – $250 minimum per year. Business listed on the Corporate Sponsor board at the museum and individual memberships for 6 authorized people until Dec. 31 of the current year.
Your membership card (all types) comes with a bonus. We are a part of Time Travelers, a nationwide museum network, that gives you free or discounted admission to over 400 historical museums across the country when you show your membership card and tell them you are part of the Time Traveler Network. Here you can view the museums if you have a trip planned: https://timetravelers.mohistory.org/institutions/
Make a Gift
Your gift to the Lincoln County Historical Society helps collect, preserve, and share a part of Washington’s history. Your donation is tax-deductible and educates current and future generations about our remarkable past. Please contact us if you are interested in planned giving or memorial gifts. Thank you for your generous support of the Lincoln County Historical Society and the Lincoln County Museum!
The Lincoln County Historical Society has built a wonderful collection of museum and research materials. We must be thoughtful and careful in accepting donations to adhere to our mission, avoid duplication, and assure the best use of our space and resources to safeguard our local history. If you have items you wish to donate, we ask that you contact the Lincoln County Museum before bringing in items or sending items to the museum.
We would not be the same without the volunteers that give their time and energy to support our Lincoln County Museum. We rely on volunteers to perform many essential functions that help us preserve and share our history. Here are some current opportunities:
Welcome & assist visitors
Become a docent
Label donated items
Organize objects in storage
Research photographs or topics
Perform data entry
Landscape the grounds
Upkeep the building
Transcribe oral histories
Handle or assist with special events
Help with social media posts
Present a historical topic, skill, or music to a group
Work with children by leading, creating, or crafting